Diane M. Sullivan Featured In Review of Pet-Friendly Cities

Assistant Dean of Students and Professor of Law, Diane M. Sullivan was recently featured by in their 2017 summary of the most pet-friendly cities in the U.S.

Over 80 million homes in this country have a pet of some kind and quality of life for those pets is important.  The report details findings for the 100 most populated cities and focuses on several key areas of pet friendliness.  Segments reviewed included pet budget, pet health and wellness and outdoor pet friendliness.

Diane’s section of the article included her thoughts about a number of topics including tips on less expensive ways to own a pet, the merits of pet health insurance and what local authorities can do to improve the pet friendliness of their cities.

This summer Diane’s new book, “I Rescued Two Dogs: Now Who Will Rescue Me?” was published in both paperback and Kindle editions.

Animal rights has long been a priority for Diane so she decided to write this book to share the wild and funny stories generated by her rescue of two chows named Apollo and Sasha.  As a key part of the project, all proceeds of the book will benefit The Shadow Fund NE, which helps companion animals obtain necessary medical treatment.

“I Rescued Two Dogs: Now Who Will Rescue Me?” is available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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