Animals: Tail-Waggers

In a high building on Manhattan's Fifth Avenue is a tiny office upon whose door was painted last week the legend: Tail Waggers' Club. Inside sat Lorance Miller, former Kennel Editor of the Sportsman, now American Secretary to the Tail Wagger-in-Chief. All day Miss Miller now dockets dog-identification cards, reads eager letters from subscribers, receives contributions. Her mother, Daisy Miller, famed for her radio dog-talks, is executive secretary of the U. S. branch of the Tail Waggers' Club.

The club's purpose is to insure happier tail-wagging in all U. S. dog-homes. Careful...

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