Wednesday, June 08, 2011

Talk On Therapy Pets On Bernama TV This Friday


ANIMAL LOVERS to Bernama TV are in for a treat this Friday.

The Breakfast Club Show on Astro channel 502  will be talking to animal and disabled activist Anthony SB Thanasayan.

Chahal is also an ardent animal lover
Programme presenter Jessy Chahal will be talking to Thanasayan who uses a wheelchair and trains dogs for the disabled how pets can play a positive part in the lives of handicapped and elderly people.

aNt's service dogs will be watching the show at home
Jessy will also be asking Thanasayan who is President of Petpositive a wide range of questions on pets such as how to properly care for them, train them and be a responsible guardian for their animals.

In addition to running his non profit national society, Jessy will also be talking to her special guest who is head of the Canine Advisory Teams of the Petaling Jaya City Council (MBPJ) and the Klang municipality (MPK) on his work with animals with the local councils since he became MBPJ councillor in 2008.

The morning talk show which airs daily on weekdays from 8am until 10am has been running since October of last year. 

It targets about 40,000 viewers nationwide.

Its audience is made up mostly of young adults, housewives, retirees and persons with flexible job timings.

The Breakfast Club covers topics from healthy living, food recipes to sport.

Thanasayan's interview will be conducted 'live' from 9.30am until 10am.    

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1 comment:

Mick Drafton said...

I agree that pets are extremely helpful in enriching the lives of human beings. This has also happened throughout history not only by allowing us to connect emotionally, but also by allowing us to become immune to very severe diseases. Pets are definitely a blessing!