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Animal or Accessory? 'Ask Amy' Weighs In

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Animal or Accessory? 'Ask Amy' Weighs In

Animal or Accessory? 'Ask Amy' Weighs In

Animal or Accessory? 'Ask Amy' Weighs In

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Do you tuck your dog in your handbag as your personal travel accessory? Chicago Tribune columnist Amy Dickinson has received many letters about this growing trend. She discusses the fad of canine friends as shopping companions.

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Amy Dickinson, writes the syndicated column "Ask Amy" for the Chicago Tribune


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