If you’ve found yourself hankering for some canine-centric radio broadcasting, check out Pet Rescue Music Radio.
Headquartered in Florida, a key part of the 24-hour, nonprofit station’s goal is to help put a stop to pet euthanasia by the end of this decade — an effort inspired by John F. Kennedy’s successful campaign to land a person on the moon before the 1960s were over.
When it comes to regular formatting, every hour the station releases Pet Welfare Capsules full of newsworthy safety tips, shelters can submit candidates for the Pet Of The Day spot to help secure forever homes, and Gerard Elliot hosts the engaging Pet Cafe segment during weekday afternoons (sometimes with a little help from his two rescues, Dax and Dixie). Oh, and you can also send in song dedications to be played on your own pooch’s birthday or adoption anniversary.
More at petrescueradio.com.