According to the American Foundation for the Blind, about 25 million adults across the country experience vision loss. But only 10,000 guide dogs are in use in the U.S. andCanada. Roselle, American Humane Association’s Winner of the Hero Dog Awards, was one of those dogs, and went above and beyond assisting her blind owner […]
The Hero Dog Awards: Betty White Celebrates Courage and Dedication!
After many courageous canines applied for this honor, the American Humane Association and Cesar canine cuisine awarded one with the title of American Hero Dog to be revealed on the Hallmark Channel November 11, 2011. Internet votes along with a panel of judges, including our own Wendy Diamond, decided which of the heroic eight finalists […]
American Humane Association Rating System
The American Humane Association (AHA) rates movies based on the quality of the treatment the furry stars receive while they’re on the set. Ratings do not reflect AHA’s opinions concerning the content of a film. Here are the following explanations and ratings; so we know whether all the animals were happy strutting their stuff on […]
Benji Returns to the Big Screen
A new Benji film is coming to theaters this spring titled, Benji Returns: Rags to Riches. The movie continues the tradition that began with the 1974 hit Benji. “And this time, Benji is returning on a mission to make a positive difference in the lives of kids & homeless animals,” says producer-director Joe Camp. Although […]