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Michael Vartan Offers Dog Care Tips for New PETA Ad

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Actor Michael Vartan may be best known for his roles on such TV shows as Hawthorne and Alias, but the job he takes most seriously is acting as a responsible pet owner toward his pet pooch, Millie.

In a new ad for PETA, the 42-year-old offers tips to pet owners on how to make the life of mans best friend a little brighter.

“No matter how hectic my life gets, spending quality time with my best friend, Millie, is always at the top of my list,” he says.  “Millie doesn’t get to make her own schedule. In fact, we decide when our dogs eat, take walks, play with their pooch pals, even relieve themselves.”

The footage shows Vartan and Millie out on a walk, being playful and getting plenty of exercise, something an ideal pet owner should always make time for. “When I take her on a walk, I make sure she gets to sniff as long as she wants,” he says. “I always remember this is her walk, so I don’t pull on her and I don’t rush her.”

Vartan finishes the piece by adding, “These things may seem small to us, but to our dogs they mean the world.”

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