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December 13, 2007

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James Chung, Reach Advisors

As Susie said, dogs are not appropriate at all museums and historic sites, but for those that do allow dogs on the grounds they can create a distinct advantage with a dog-friendly policy. We certainly have most of our master planned communities creating a distinct advantage from that by creating dog parks and other dog-friendly features. It's not just a distinct advantage for the dogs...dogs just happen to have this amazing ability to bring people together.

And to cement the point further, museums may want to consider a cute doghouse at the entrance, not so they sleep there, but to signal the policy. Same goes for a water bowl.

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