January can be a tough month, what with all the dark and cold days. We hope our Pets of Dalhousie series has helped add a little warmth to your daily routine as you've weathered this wintry period.
If you missed any of our profiles during the month, or just can't get enough, take a look below at all of the animals we featured. You'll find twin Tabbies, a Chocolate Lab, a tough-looking iguana and more.
Want to tell the Dal community about your beloved pet? Forward along your image(s) and information using the categories identified in the profiles below (click on a profile to see the categories) to email@example.com
Camden, a kitty who lives with Shannon Brownlee, associate director of Cinema & Media Studies in the Fountain School of Performing Arts.
Juno, a Golden Retriever/Labrador Retriever mix belonging to Susan Manning, a PhD candidate in the Department of Political Science.
Bristow and Mylo, twins tabbies belonging to Jon Bruhm, Manager of Donor Relations with the Dalhousie Medical Research Foundation.
Uke, a green iguana belonging to Christin Roper, a graphic designer with Dalhousie's Communications, Marketing and Creative Services team.
Birdie, a Heeler/Jack Russell mix belonging to Emma Sutro, donor relations coordinator with the Office of Advancement.
Toby, a Chocolate Labrador belonging to Alison Thompson, a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Dal's Department of Chemistry.
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