Live audience invited to therapy dog show
Watertown TV and Watertown All Breed Community invite the public to participate in the production of “Dogs With Jobs: Sorting Through the Myths and Misconceptions” at noon Saturday, Feb. 9, at the Watertown TV studio in Watertown City Hall, 106 Jones St.
The show will feature Molly Johnson, BS, KPA CTP, CHES, and Fitzgerald William, a 5-year-old bassett hound and registered therapy dog. This will be an interactive presentation discussing how therapy dogs are trained and tested and the role they play in health care and other settings. Johnson will also discuss the difference between assistance dogs, service dogs, emotional support animals and therapy dogs.
The event is free, but persons must sign up to reserve a seat. To sign up, they can message Watertown All Breed Community on Facebook at www.facebook.com/WatertownABC, or call or text Laurie at 608-444-3072 with their name, phone number and the number of people in their party.
Attendees are to note that dogs should stay home for this event.
For more information on Johnson and her dog Fitz, visit www.caninecomfort.us.