Saturday, May 7, 2011

Former Football Player Goes From Pigskin to Dogs

Saturday, May 7, 2011

Mitch Marrow defied expectations in 1998 when he became the rare Ivy League player drafted by the National Football League. After injuries cut short his playing days, the University of Pennsylvania graduate started a promising hedge-fund career.

The transition into finance is commonplace for athletes and Ivy Leaguers alike. What happened next is not. This year, Mr. Marrow left Wall Street to open a series of dog day-care centers with his mom on the Upper West Side.

Every day, Mr. Marrow, 35 years old, commutes back and forth from Westchester with his mother, Sandra, to the Canine Club, two dog ...

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