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Pediatric patient Rylee Williams, 4, enjoys the company of Elvis, a Pekingese dog whose tongue often hangs sideways, during a Pet Pals event at the American Family Children's Hospital at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Dec. 15, 2009. Run by the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, the Pet Pals program recruits, screens and trains teams of volunteers and their dogs to visit sick children and provide safe canine affection.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Date: December 2009

Pediatric patients Joey Mullens, 13, and Rylee Williams, 4, enjoy the company of Elvis, a Pekingese dog whose tongue often hangs sideways, during a Pet Pals event at the American Family Children's Hospital at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Dec. 15, 2009. Run by the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, the Pet Pals program recruits, screens and trains teams of volunteers and their dogs to visit sick children and provide safe canine affection.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Date: December 2009

Pediatric patient Rylee Williams, 4, enjoys the company of Elvis, a Pekingese dog whose tongue often hangs sideways, during a Pet Pals event at the American Family Children's Hospital at the University of Wisconsin-Madison on Dec. 15, 2009. Run by the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine, the Pet Pals program recruits, screens and trains teams of volunteers and their dogs to visit sick children and provide safe canine affection.
Image credit: Jeff Miller
Date: December 2009
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