Chicago is populated with dogs that do important things like sniffing out drugs and making kids happy, but the four-footed friends of CEOs do more than you might imagine. Recently, some of the city’s most influential people shared their moments with Chicago Business.
Early illness made her ditzy
Retired Executive Vice President of Exelon Corp. and University of Illinois trustee Pamela Strobel owns and loves a 6-year-old yellow Lab named Charley.
As a puppy, Charley fought off a bout of meningitis, but Strobel confided that the illness left Charley – as friends call her – the “Ruth Buzzi of dogs,’”
“But she has this face that melts people’s hearts,” she said.
Scooter, the cheese connoisseur
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