animal rights

Backpack-o-Rama for Inn from the Cold

Posted by Natalie and Dallas on Mar 19, 2015

Trickster's Animals In Service & Entertainment

One thing that we learned about while working with Trickster theatre is how there are ups and downs of both service and entertainment animals. Entertainment animals go through a lot of tough training, but after they feel good about themselves, they might feel happy that they accomplished something big. The same goes for service animals too! They also go through rigorous training, but they’re doing it for a good cause. We learned that if service animals don’t want to keep doing that job, they don’t have to.

We learned a lot while working with Trickster! smile



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