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Licorice: In the waiting room, sometimes dogs come near him and sniff the carrier (owners try to prevent it but the dogs are going out the door and there’s honestly no way when I’m coming in), and he comes right up and sniffs them back.

In the exam room he ignores the vet completely and focuses his attention on not being weighed and hiding in the carrier corner.

Winter is her usual self — social butterfly. The vet adores her because she’s always up for new people and being pet.