Jackie Ott Jaakola

Wallis Annenberg PetSpace

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Jackie Ott Jaakola is senior manager of advocacy, outreach and programs advisor at Wallis Annenberg PetSpace.

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Have you thought about adopting a cat, dog or bunny but can't quite take the leap?

PetSpace: a fancy treat for would-be pet owners

Have you thought about adopting a cat, dog or bunny but can't quite take the leap?

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