Baltimore artist adds dog stick library to Hampden salt box
BALTIMORE -- Baltimore-based artist Juliet Ames is known for her salt box art, and she took it a step further Tuesday by adding a new function that dogs are sure to love.
The artist added a dog stick library to the back of salt box in Hampden at 36th and Roland.
The library includes notches to add sticks of all shapes and sizes, along with a baseball and a tennis ball. The box won't be there for long as the end of winter draws near.
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"I'm feeling sad that salt box season is almost over so dog photos will help," Ames said.
A similar stick library was introduced last month in Patterson Park. Dogs of Charm City, a Baltimore-based business offering dog care services, teamed up with Friends of Patterson park to launch the "Doggie Stick Library"
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