Deerfield, IL resident Keith W. Sanderson the creator and host of the popular program and president of Max A Pooch, Inc says, "During the past year I have met some very amazing people who are working hard to save the lives of animals and/or improve their living conditions. I want to thank Mark Winter of Pet Life Radio for providing me the opportunity to bring their stories to the millions of listeners of Pet Life Radio."
Sanderson who writes Chicago Animal Advocacy Examiner, Chicago Pet Products Examiner, and National Animal Celebrity Advocacy Examiner used the portfolio of articles he wrote for Chicago Animal Advocacy Examiner as proof the topic of animal advocacy is rich and deep in subject material.
Mark Winter Executive Producer and co-founder of the Pet Life Radio Network said, "Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates is unique because each episode is dedicated to awesome animal advocates, and created for them, their supporters, and pet and animal lovers everywhere. Because of this unique content the show has wide appeal to the listeners of Pet Life Radio."
During the past year guests on Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates have included: Cesar Millan The Dog Whisperer, Dr. Jan Pol of the popular Nat Geo Wild series The Incredible Dr. Pol, Lou Wegner Teen Actor and founder of Kids Against Animal Cruelty (KAAC), Jan Creamer and Tim Phillips co-founders of Animal Defenders International and creators of the award winning documentary film Lion Ark and Megan Blake, actress, producer and The Pet Lifestyle Coach and hostess of the Pet Life Radio Show A Super Smiley Adventure."
Chicago area guests include the community outreach director of north suburban animal shelter, Karen McCumsey the Streator, IL founder of For the Love of Pets, Deanna LaSusa-Hotchner the Buffalo Grove, IL founder of Discover the Depths, and more.
Sanderson says, "The idea for Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates was inspired by Max A Pooch who I adopted from a local animal shelter that was founded in 1929. I realized that although the founder of that shelter died a long time ago I owed a lot to her and the advocates who support it today. It dawned on me that work animal advocates do not only benefit animals, but also humans. The world would be a worse place without them. "
Readers may recognize Max A Pooch as the Canine Defender of Animals and Environment. Pooch does what most humans won't he picks up litter. Pooch has appeared for local recycling groups and animal shelters. By doing so the amazing dog draws attention to how easy it is for everyone to do something about plastic litter, and what great companions rescue dogs such as Max A Pooch make.
As executive producer of Pet Life Radio Mark Winter understood the appeal Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates would have to pet and animal lovers everywhere. Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates first episode was aired on Pet Life Radio in February of 2013.
Pet Life Radio claims to be the largest and #1 pet podcast radio network on the planet. It features more than 50 weekly pet-related talk shows. According to Winter, "Hosts include some of the best-known pet experts, authors and radio and TV personalities in the world of animals and pets!"
Max A Pooch, Inc was formed according to Sanderson. "To be a e marketing and communication company specializing specializes in marketing and communication in order to increase awareness of animal advocates and causes, and of companies that support animal advocates and causes." he continues by saying, "I think we are achieving our mission through our Pet Life Radio Show, Max A Pooch's Awesome Animal Advocates.
Sanderson is an award winning columnist and writer. He has marketing and communication experience working with and for some of the largest corporations in the world. He resides in Deerfield, IL with his wife Helen and Max A Pooch.