13 September 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Brandi Williams Helps Shelter Dogs Become Stars

Brandi Williams is a true advocate for dogs. Photo courtesy K9 Magazine

Brandi Williams is a true advocate for dogs. Photo courtesy K9 Magazine

“We get to be the star of the show and find new homes. Woof, woof!”

When Brandi Williams, host of television programs like “Outdoor Channel’s DockDogs,” learned about the large number of dogs in need in the Los Angeles area she decided to take action and ask her news director to feature them on their show. Learn how Brandi Williams helps shelter dogs become stars, and gives them a new ‘leash’ on life.

Brandi Williams Helps Shelter Dogs Become Stars

pen almost any residential linen closet, and you’re sure to find them. That pile of no-longer-loved, my-sister-went-to-Maui-and-all-she-brought-me-back-was-this-towel towels. We look past them when we’re making up the guestroom bed, reaching instead for the Egyptian cotton sheets. This was not the case, however, for television personality Brandi Williams who saw in one such pile more than just ratty trash-ready fabric. What she saw—in a story that exemplifies the adage “one man’s junk, is another’s treasure”— was their potential.

 

Host of programs like The Ultimate Poker Challenge and Outdoor Channel’s DockDogs, Williams is getting more and more air-time as a rising star of broadcast. In the few short years of her career’s span she has already worked with, and learned from, media moguls like American Idol’s Ryan Seacrest and reality television maven Mark Burnett. While her credits include appearances on Fox, E!, MSNBC, and KTLA, not to mention her new stint on nationally syndicated show, The Daily Buzz, sightings of this go-getter aren’t relegated to on-air. An avid volunteer at shelters across the US, Williams is a frequent speaker at animal rights events. As she tells it, while her television career began virtually effortlessly after a chance bump-in, her career as a crusader began with a pile of old towels. Read more about Brandi Williams and Dogs in One Woman’s Junk is an Animal Shelter’s Treasure here.

All it takes is one person to step out and take a chance in order to make a difference in the lives of animals. It is truly inspirational how Brandi Williams helps shelter dogs become stars, and continues to be a positive influence in the lives of others by bringing these precious animals to the public’s focus.

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