Fantastic Line-Up for Children, Families and Animal Lovers at the Massachusetts School of Law Animal Rights Day
“We’re very proud of this on-going tradition, which not only sheds light on the important issue of treating animals humanely, but is also a fun and interesting experience for everyone who attends,” says Diane Sullivan, Assistant Dean of Students and Professor of Law.
The 2016 kids and family events schedule features animal crafts, face painting, story time, a police dog demonstration, a fire truck and animal rescue presentation, a visit from Curious Creatures and the MSPCA’s Barnyard Birds, and tips from Blue Dog Pet Training. Adult sessions include discussions about Dog Bite Defense and Liability, Animals as Property, Pet Wills and Trusts, Macrobiotic Cooking, and more.
Special guests include Steve Roberts, an award-winning dog trainer and handler. Roberts, who owns K-9 Top Performance in Reading, MA, is an expert in Protective Dog Training, and will demonstrate the associated techniques with the help of some of his most accomplished canine partners.
Also appearing to speak, and to accept a Humanitarian Award, are Greg Mahle, the real-life hero who has rescued over 30,000 stray dogs, and author Peter Zheutlin, who chronicled Mahle’s story in his New York Times Best Seller, Rescue Road: One Man, Thirty Thousand Dogs, and a Million Miles on the Last Hope Highway.Media Contact Diane Sullivan Phone: (978) 681-0800 E-mail: dianes[a]mslaw.edu Web: http://www.mslaw.edu/ Massachusetts School of Law 500 Federal Street Andover, MA 01810