Therapets at Unveiling of the "Golden Retriever at Tomich"

August 9, 2014

Over 100 people with their Golden Retrievers attended the unveiling of the bronze statue at Tomich yesterday - relatives of the Marjorie Banks clan were there along with Chief of the Fraser clan who have leased the Friends of Guisachan the land for 99 years. Alan and Alison Mundie and their Therapet Ben accompanied by Kobe along with Therapet Breagh and her owner Diane Wood walked behind the Chair of the GRCS and her dog and 10 week old puppy ahead of 60 Golden Retrievers. Therapet Ben is to star in the STV - Scotland's Real Hero's programme for his work as a Therapet in the stroke ward at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. Details on how to vote for Ben will be announced once the programme is aired. The unveiling was also covered by BBC Scotland and hopes to be shown on Reporting Scotland today Monday 11th September.

 

Words by Aberdeen Area Representative Diane Wood.

Picture L to R Alison Mundie with Ben, Centre Diane Wood with Breagh and Alan Mundie with Kobe

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