Diane Feffer

"An animal's eyes have the power to speak a great language." ~ Martin Buber

Join us on Tuesday, May 24th for a complimentary screening of a short documentary made by Dallas-based filmmakers Elliott Gilbert II and Joseph Capps.

Dallas CEO, Tom Kemper, was skyrocketing to new heights in both his business and personal life.  Then life threw him a twist and he developed Atypical Parkinson's.

In the midst of it all, he rescues an abandoned dog and starts to live his 'new normal' life with a chronic disease.  

A beautiful thread through Harpman, Hank and the Spirit Guide  is how life can pair you with a rescue dog who ultimately becomes your service canine companion.

After the short film, we'll hear from Tom Kemper and meet his dog, Hank.  

We'll also have a short Q&A with experts who see firsthand how dogs can benefit adults living with a chronic disease.   

With appreciation to Dolphin Blue, Cariloop, The Lucky Dog Barkery, Green Oaks Hospital,  Take Me Home Pet Rescue, DM Psychotherapy, DAPS Dallas Area Parkinsons Society and Bark n' Purr.   

Recap of event: 

Tues., May 24th 

Studio Movie Grill ( NE corner of Royal at Central Expressway)

11170 N Central Expy, Dallas, TX 75243

Doors open: 6:30 pm 

Movie starts: 7:00 pm 

Free admission  - RSVP to OR click on EventBrite link below.

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This event has also been approved for Continuing Education -  1 CEU for Licensed Professional Counselors.  

View short movie trailer HERE

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