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Pet Matters Seminar Series set for Sunday, Aug. 18 at The Farm at Natchez Trace

The Farm at Natchez Trace, a unique pet lodging, grooming, training and daycare facility and pet boutique, will continue its 8th annual educational Pet Matters Seminar Series on Sunday, August 18 at 2 p.m. with Therapy ARC (Animals Reaching Clients), with Linda Brewer, vice chair of Therapy ARC.

Brewer will discuss therapy dogs and their volunteer handlers, who visit nursing homes, hospitals, and other institutions to bring joy to those who are ill or otherwise in need of comfort. Brewer is head screener for Therapy ARC and will share insightful information on what it takes for a pet to become a therapy dog. 
The event is free and open to the public, but space is limited and reservations are requested by calling The Farm at 615-662-6628, or by emailing  A question and answer session will follow the lecture.
The educational series is provided by The Farm to help pet owners gain knowledge about current issues affecting the emotional and physical health of their pets.  Future events, which are held on the third Sunday of each month at 2 p.m., will address topics such as sporting dogs as family pets and therapy dogs.
The Farm, situated on 18 acres of farmland, offers luxury indoor suites for cats and dogs, grooming, dog daycare and training, indoor playrooms, expansive outdoor play fields, and shaded walking trails along a creek.  The Farm at Natchez Trace is located at 9479 Highway 96 West in Franklin, near the intersection with Natchez Trace.  For more information about the seminar, call 662-6628 or visit

Posted on: 8/13/2013


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