Heather Watson-Fournier has had a passion for caring for animals since her childhood. Raised on a hobby farm and taking horse back riding lessons at the young age of 7, she continued on with her love for animals into her teen years graduating from Bristol County Agricultural High School in 1995. Heather's major in High School was Animal Science and during this time she was an active member of the Future Farmers of America and worked part time at the Attleboro Veterinary Clinic. This gave her a great start of what soon became of her journey ahead with animals. Heather went on to Mount Ida College where she studied Canine Behavior and Training while working part time as the Town of Norton Assistant Animal Control Officer. Here she gained great knowledge of canine handling and training and quickly utilized these skills for herself, and the shelter dogs. Heather is a volunteer with the Friends of the Attleboro Animal Shelter where she has been fostering many dogs which have required specialized training or have had medical needs requiring a more individualized approach. She is a graduate of the Bancroft School of Massage Therapy for Small Animal Massage, and Bristol Community College for Human Massage Therapy with a degree in Occupational Therapy. In her spare time she enjoys hiking and training with her dogs, caring for her many rescued farm animals and spending time with her husband and son. Working with Heather, whether for Pet Sitting, Dog training or Massage therapy, you will see her experience and dedication is one of the strongest in this field.