After rescue from abuse, a drooly pooch named Hooch is the American Humane Associations’s 2016 American Hero Dog Article directly from TODAY.com By Laura T. Coffey To err is human.
Promoting a legacy of love across generations BY ROBIN R. GANZERT, PH.D. There’s a saying I’m quite fond of: “You won’t protect what you don’t love, and you can’t love
Wagging Tails, Smiling Faces: Helping America’s Littlest Heroes By Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. There’s a saying among military families that when one family member enlists, the whole family serves. And
By Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. Our pets are sometimes a little like our grandkids—we all know that they’re good little girls and boys, even if they can be bad from
By American Humane Association What’s a grand pet? Any pet that you love like your would a grandchild. To many our pets are just like family. They need our protection
BY ROBIN GANZERT The special needs of veterans For this column, I want to talk about a group of people we are championing—and I know there are thousands, if not
Harley survived 10 years of abuse in a puppy mill before he was finally rescued. Now he’s one of the nation’s foremost advocates against these abusive facilities. For his heroics
“It’s heartbreaking to think about all the senior animals who had been cherished pets before they suddenly found themselves confused and alone in shelter kennels.” BY DR. ROBIN GANZERT I
By Dr. Robin Ganzert I love all of the traditions we as Americans share with one another. And one of my favorite annual traditions celebrates a milestone birthday this year.
By Dr. Robin Ganzert It was a dream come true for hero dog and hero soldier. Thanks to Don Grommet’s personal mission to right a wrong for his son, a
By Linda Cole In the summer of 2013, an 18 month old Shepherd mix named Butler found himself in a Charlotte, NC shelter. When representatives from The Weather Channel (TWC)
By Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D America loves eating turkey when celebrating Thanksgiving – the holiday that celebrates family traditions, togetherness and gratitude for the unparalleled bounty we enjoy. While the “First
“Discussing the steps that everyone connected with the film industry takes to keep the animals safe with your grandchildren offers a valuable lesson while they are still impressionable.” By Dr.
By Robin Ganzert, PHD One thing that we all get to look forward to is retirement, a time to relax, to spend more time with our loved ones, and, most
By Robin Ganzert Leaving a dog in a car on a hot day can be fatal. If it’s 85 degrees outside, temperatures on the dashboard of a car can soar
In Celebration of President’s Day, we’re sharing this post from our GRANDPartners for GRANDParents, the American Humane Association. “If exhausted from severe and long-continued thought, he had to touch the
By Mark Stubis – GRANDPartner for GRANDParents We know at GRAND Magazine that many of us may not have grandchildren yet, but many “grandparents to be” have what are lovingly
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By Robin Ganzert, PhD, President, American Humane Association | A service dog named Elle challenges us to not judge others by their appearance and to teach acceptance to our grandkids
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Helping Grandchildren Learn the True Meaning of Holiday Giving | By Robin Ganzert, PhD One of the greatest challenges we face when it comes to holiday shopping for the
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5 kid-safe, fido-friendly tips for introducing grandkids to grand pets By Dr. Robin Ganzert The grandkids are coming! You’ve baked the cookies, child-proofed the house, brought out the toys, and