Therapet Dixie Springs into Action

August 6, 2012

The grounds of Upper Springland in Perth were a hive of activity at the weekend as the Capability Scotland residential service hosted an open day.

A number of local organisations, including Canine Concern Scotland Trust's "Therapets" and Brae Riding School gave displays throughout the event.There were also drumming workshops, treasure hunts, football and boccia tournaments.

 

"Therapet" Dixie the Staffordshire Bull Terrier provides jumping entertainment at Capability Scotland's open day with Area Representative Harry Greig.

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