This looks like a fascinating discussion with an outstanding leadership panel. Thanks again to member Chris for suggesting this!
A personal message from Jen Bonardi, the Executive Director of the Ford Hall Forum
(FHF) in downtown Boston regarding this event......
"The FHF offers discussions with great speakers for free and open to the public. We're having one on Thursday, 9/16, from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM called "Extreme Dog: What Right Do Our Pets Have to Be Saved?" and I'd love for your Meet Up group to attend.
We have a vet scholar from Tufts, a dog law reporter, a vet surgeon from Angell Medical, and the syndicated columnist for "Ask Dog Lady" discussing how far is too far to go to save a dog's life. Do we base our decisions on cost, time, or effort for recovery? And who decides -- the owners, the state, the doctors? As always at the Forum, the first half will be the experts talking and the second half will be the audience asking questions and joining the discussion.
For more information, see www.fordhallforum.org. I hope I see lots of therapy and service dog lovers there! Hope to see you there!"
Public Transportation (MBTA):
Red or Green Line to Park Street Station
Parking: Charles River Plaza Parking
181 Cambridge Street (between MGH and Gov’t Center)