Paws Encouraged Profiles-The Rumors Blog-Guest Post

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By: Ramune K. Kubilius, Galter Health Sciences Library, Northwestern University

Pet’s Name (and Owner’s Name): Anonymous 1 (white dog), Anonymous 2 (white and brown dog), Anonymous 3 (brown and white dog), aka “Dogs from the Neighborhood”

Pet’s Job Title: Walkers and entertainers (Keep busy not only with our own humans who like to walk with us, but we also try to amuse the bored or lonely neighborhood folks who aren’t lucky enough to live with us…)

(and Owner’s Job Title) Not sure- somewhere in the Chicago area (or virtual)

Owner’s Institution : Not sure- somewhere in the Chicago area (or virtual)

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