*** NEW DATE – Thursday, June 24, 8:00pm Eastern***

Join us for our free teleseminar
Inspired and Inspiring – The Rewards and Challenges
of Living with Disabled Pets
on Thursday, June 24 at 8:00pm Eastern

On Thursday, June 24, at 8pm Eastern Daylight Time, we will host authors Barbara Techel and Mary Shafer for a free teleseminar titled Inspired and Inspiring – The Rewards and Challenges of Living with Disabled Pets.

Barbara Techel is the author of the multi-award-winning book Frankie, the Walk ‘N Roll Dog. When her dachshund, Frankie, suffered a spinal injury, Techel had her custom-fitted for a wheelchair. Frankie’s strong spirit had her back into the swing of life very soon, and Techel realized the beautiful opportunity she had to share Frankie’s story. Together, they give others who may be struggling with obstacles the hope and inspiration to be the best they can be. Techel’s newest book, Frankie, the Walk ’N Roll Therapy Dog Visits Libby’s House, chronicles the twosome’s work as a therapy dog team at local hospitals, nursing homes, and hospice centers, spreading joy wherever they go.

Mary Shafer is a freelance writer, author and publisher of Word Forge Books, a small, independent publisher located near Philadelphia. She’s a member of the Cat Writers Association and is co-mom to four special needs cats. One of those cats, Idgie, is the subject of Shafer’s story in the company’s latest book, Almost Perfect: Disabled Pets and the People Who Love Them.

Join us for what is sure to be an inspirational hour of discussing the challenges and rewards of living with disabled pets.  You’ll also get a chance to ask questions.

The seminar is free, but long distance phone charges may apply.  To participate in the conference, dial 1-712-432-3100.  When prompted, enter conference code 674470.  Registration is not required, but if you’d like to be entered in the drawing of an autographed copy of Barbara and Mary’s books, you’ll need to pre-register by clicking here.

6 Comments on Free Teleseminar June 24 – Inspired and Inspiring – The Rewards and Challenges of Living with Disabled Pets

  1. Oh PS — don’t laugh – I raised goldfish at one time as pets– I had 7 tanks and kept those tanks clean. I also brought home abused fish, and some feeder fish too — one beloved (Miss Moostache) fish became crippled when (after she matured from a baby) her ovaries (my conjecture) grew into her swim bladder and I made sure she had a good life even though she could not swim any more — they all had a good quality of life. I even used holistic methods on them (as well as allopathic). So it’s not just cats and dogs and other furries who need some understanding and special TLC when they become/are disabled.

  2. Ingrid and Mary,
    I can hardly wait for this teleseminar! It is going to be so wonderful to connect with both of you and share our love of these special animals with others!

    Barbara Techel

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