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      Philanthropist Lois Pope from page 1               bronze works include
                                                         the National Fire Dog
        Lois Pope, the nationally prominent philanthropist and   Memorial  in Washington,
      disabled veterans and animal welfare champion, changed   D.C.;  The Fallen Shield,
      this by bestowing upon military service dogs the honor   honoring police who have
      they deserve. She and Dr. Robin R. Ganzert, president and   died in the line of duty, in
      CEO of American Humane, the country’s first humane   Modesto, Calif.; and the
      organization, dedicated the American Military Hero Dog   Colorado  Law Memorial,
      Monument on Saturday, May 15, at Tri-County Animal   which includes a beam from
      Rescue in Boca Raton, Fla. The American Military Hero   one  of  the World Trade
      Dog Monument is a national tribute to the canines who   Center towers that fell on
      serve in the five branches of the Armed Forces.    Sept. 11, 2001.
        The dedication ceremony included the participation of     Weishel explained the
      U.S. Reps. Lois Frankel (D-FL) and Brian Mast (R-FL);   monument, which resulted
      HUD Secretary Donna Shalala; and Florida State Attorney   from a national design
      Dave Aronberg, as well as Pope; Dr. Ganzert; monument   contest, was created “to
      sculptor Austin Weishel; Suzi Goldsmith, president of   honor the everlasting and unbreakable bond between   accessed by soldiers themselves, do sentry and scout
      Tri-County Animal Rescue; and military veterans. The   canines and the valiant warriors of our armed forces.   work, and even shield soldiers from flying bullets. Just
      event took place at Tri-County Animal Rescue, home to   Moving forward together as a team, this sculpture pays   as soldiers do, these dogs get injured and are even killed
      the Lois Pope Pet Clinic.                          tribute to their work and the lifesaving connection built   in combat, and many suffer emotional and psychological
        “There  are  4.2 million living American  veterans   around service, country, and freedom.”        consequences of war, such as PTSD.
      who have permanent physical and/or psychological     Military service dogs provide comfort and         To learn more visit or call (561)
      disabilities, and they now have a memorial in Washington,   companionship to our troops, detect explosive devices,   582-8083.
      D.C., to recognize their service and sacrifice,” Pope said,   carry out lifesaving tasks, search areas that cannot be              Photos by Capehart
      referring to the American Veterans Disabled for Life
      Memorial which she created. “But dogs have also served
      and sacrificed alongside our troops in wars and conflicts                             Surfing The Pink Wave!
      around the globe for more than a century. While a handful
      of these animals have been decorated, I felt it was time
      that they, too, had a permanent monument to honor them                                Rosé
      for their heroism.”
        Just as the disabled veterans memorial stands not just
      as a tribute but also as an educational resource, Pope   By Laura Berrio,                              Another reason for the rise in popularity is that rosé
      hopes the American Military Hero Dog Monument will   Freelance Writer/Blogger                        works well in spring and summer. It can be enjoyed
      “educate people of the essential role that dogs have     Rosé is on the rise!                        anywhere and can be mixed into cocktails.
      undertaken in service to America and to remind us that   The market for rosé wines                     A decade ago rosé only consisted of sweeter wines.
      bravery in uniform comes on both ends of the leash.”  has more than doubled                          Now the variety of rosé spans bone dry to sweet, cheap to
         “On the battlefield and off, our four-legged heroes   in the last decade. There                   expensive, and simple to complex. The color and source
      have proven time and again they are our warriors’ best   is a whole new group of                     has also changed. The “pink” wine from California is now
      friends,” said Ganzert. “From highly trained war dogs   wine drinkers who pick                       very pale pink and primarily from Provence.
      who save lives on the front lines of freedom to lifesaving   “pink” for their preferred                I recommend trying a variety of rosés to find your
      service dogs who help our veterans win their battles with   wine. Who is this group of               favorite. A couple of my favorite rosés under $20 are
      post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injury here at   consumers? Millennials.                   Rosa di Germina (dry) and Rosa Regale (sweet).
      home, we owe these courageous canines a deep debt of     Younger consumers                             Pick up a rosé for your next occasion
      gratitude. I was honored to join Lois Pope in dedicating   prefer sweeter rosé. This reminds me of the pink wine   and “surf the pink wave!”
      this permanent tribute recognizing their invaluable   cooler days of my youth! The millennials have played a     ~ Cheers!
      service to our armed forces and our nation.”         large role in creating the “pink” image in social media     ~ Keep the conversation going
        The American Military Hero Dog Monument was        for rosé wines. The popularity of this segment led Italy   and the wine flowing!
      designed by prominent sculptor Austin Weishel, whose   to create a National Rosé Day. It is all the rage right now     Follow the Vine on Instagram
                                                           to get all wine enthusiasts to think pink!      @VineVibeUncorked.

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