Interview with Natalie Urso

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We interviewed Natalie Urso and her pups Larry and Delilah from Wicker Park, Chicago, USA!
So Natalie, tell us about yourself and your doggos!
"My name is Natalie. I just moved to the Wicker Park area back in July. I like to listen to music, read, volunteer and play with my doggies! I have two dogs named Larry and Delilah! They can both be trouble makers at time, but they are always sweet!" 
Sometimes the trouble makers are the sweetest. Where did you find them?
"My dog, Larry, was rescued from a forest in central Illinois. He had been separated from his family. My family took him in, however he had a stomach infection. So, he had to be in diapers the first month we had him! Poor baby."
Sounds like he was lucky to have found you! 
Natalie what do you think a dogs purpose in life is?
"A pet's purpose in life is to live joyfully amongst their fellow humans."
What do you think are the most pressing issues that are in the pet industry today?
Humane Treatment of Animals
Thank you Natalie for participating! Thank you for your response and I hope this will Spark someone to go out and make a difference in an animals life. 
- Michael Jaurigue
(Natalie, we couldn't get in contact with you to get pictures of your pus, please email us to get your actual pups on our website, thanks!)

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