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        03-27-2013, 07:23 PM
    Green Broke
    Can i interview someone for school??

    So I am doing my junior research paper on the benefits of pets. And I need another source, so I was thinking of interviewing someone on here. Maybe just general questions about pets, or if there is some one who does therapy rides for patients (?). One of my sections is the physical/mental/emotional benefits of riding. There is also a section on therapy animals.

    If you have any information you want to share or any "healing" stories of pets, post them here. (for citing purposes I need your first and last name, but you can make one up if you want [last name])

    ~thanks in advance
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        03-27-2013, 09:07 PM
    Just a friendly safety message here...

    For those who will respond...please do NOT post your first and last name on the open forum.

    As you might imagine, there are safety concerns with having your information out for the whole internet world to see. If you're interested in participating, and I do hope you are because this sounds interesting, please please please do not use your full name.

    As the OP wisely mentioned, make up your last name!

    I hope you don't mind ilovepets but we are very precious about the safety of our members here on HF. :

    Good luck in your research!
        03-27-2013, 10:27 PM
    Green Broke
    Couldnt have put it better myself! I personally don't like sharing mush info on the internet which is why I suggested a fake last name :) I just need it for citing purposes, I am interested in the stories and your knowledge
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