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Discussion of When to Retire a Pet Therapy Animal

How do you know when it is time to stop visiting with your pet therapy animal? Scott Baggett will be presenting on this very topic. While this issue can be emotional it is actually simple when you are open to listening to what your animal is telling you. Scott will explain this process and how it is achieved.
Dogs allowed with Scott's permission only. Only a limited number of dog's will be able to attend. :)

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  • Roz

    Conversation was interesting, even though there's not much information available on the topic.
    I picked up a couple of useful ideas from the session. Thank you, Scott!

    1 · April 13, 2013

    • Wm Scott B.

      My pleasure. Have a great weekend.

      April 13, 2013

  • Peggy L.

    Great discussion

    1 · April 13, 2013

  • Wm Scott B.

    I would ask everyone to only bring a dog if you are questioning is my dog to old? Understand age might not be the only issue for retiring. In my opinion, this might be the most important decision you ever make. I know I`m their.

    Don`t miss this very important subject.

    February 20, 2013

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