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DOGS IN CONGRESS
Apparently many U.S. senators and representatives bring their dogs to work. The presence of the dogs probably makes the Capitol a more welcoming place to visit. Here’s the story from abcnews.com:

Every day dozens of dogs, the canine companions of members of Congress, are brought to the United States Capitol building to spend days alongside their masters.
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Perhaps the most famous dog on Capitol Hill is a bichon frise named “Dakota,” the faithful companion of Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad, who represents North Dakota.
“We’ve even gotten to the point when senators, when I’m going to meetings, call up and ask if I can bring Dakota along with me,” Conrad said. “So he has become a celebrity up here.”

I don’t care much for politics, but it’s great to see that dogs are welcome at the Capitol. Click here for the full story.

dogjournal:

DOGS IN CONGRESS

Apparently many U.S. senators and representatives bring their dogs to work. The presence of the dogs probably makes the Capitol a more welcoming place to visit. Here’s the story from abcnews.com:

Every day dozens of dogs, the canine companions of members of Congress, are brought to the United States Capitol building to spend days alongside their masters.

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Perhaps the most famous dog on Capitol Hill is a bichon frise named “Dakota,” the faithful companion of Democratic Sen. Kent Conrad, who represents North Dakota.

“We’ve even gotten to the point when senators, when I’m going to meetings, call up and ask if I can bring Dakota along with me,” Conrad said. “So he has become a celebrity up here.”

I don’t care much for politics, but it’s great to see that dogs are welcome at the Capitol. Click here for the full story.

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