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In this photo taken on July 16, David Marszalec and his wife Jill Bong put a saddle on a chicken to protect it at Chicken Armor in Morrison, Colo. Chicken Armor creates saddles and aprons for chickens to protect them from predators and roosters during mating. Bong says her husband "offers ideas and an alternative view" when he travels with her on business. (Seth McConnell /The Denver Post via AP)
In this photo taken on July 16, David Marszalec and his wife Jill Bong put a saddle on a chicken to protect it at Chicken Armor in Morrison, Colo. Chicken Armor creates saddles and aprons for chickens to protect them from predators and roosters during mating. Bong says her husband "offers ideas and an alternative view" when he travels with her on business. (Seth McConnell /The Denver Post via AP)

Bringing a spouse on a business trip? Consider this.

NEW YORK — Bringing your significant other on a business trip might sound like a no-brainer. The hotel room and rental car are already paid for. Your loved one can be a companion when you have downtime, as well as a trusted sounding board for ideas in between meetings. But there are potential pitfalls. If you're ...