IN Food Marketing & Design's kitchen with many dogs in it
February 28, 2019

Hot Diggity Dog!

Working in the creative field we need room to run, jump and play. Kind of like dogs…

This is what it would look like if everyone in our agency were a dog.

Alyssa: Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Like the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Alyssa is adaptable and happy to go with the flow. She loves to be pampered, indulge in treats and be with people as much as possible. It makes sense that Alyssa grew up with a twin, as this beloved spaniel should not be left alone for long periods of time.

Anita: Pomeranian

Perky and friendly, Anita is small and enjoys regular exercise, like a Pomeranian. It’s not rare to find her jogging around the office to meet her daily step goal. Though both Anita and Pomeranians are small, they never let their stature keep them from pursuing their passions and striving for greatness.

Betsy: Cocker Pug (mix between cocker spaniel and pug)

Playful, easy-going and a smidge mischievous, Betsy can be described as a mix between a cocker spaniel and pug, a.k.a. the “Cocker Pug.” She loves spending time with others and when she isn’t at the office, we hear of adventures out with friends or her husband, or working at events with GetKnit.

Caroline: Italian Greyhound

Caroline is full of energy, love and affection similar to an Italian Greyhound. As a Viroqua, WI, native, city-dweller and avid traveler, she is suitable for rural or urban life and adapts quickly to her surroundings. Both Caroline and Italian Greyhounds have a strong desire for attention and love to be petted.

Ciara: Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Ciara is independent and curious like a Toller. Identified by her laugh, she’s known to have a sense of humor and upbeat attitude. When not working or playing, Ciara and Tollers are content to lie down and be quiet, which suits her current Game of Thrones binge.

Drew: Corgi

Like this beloved breed, Drew is a happy, fun-loving guy that appreciates a good Hawaiian shirt. You won’t be able to help but laugh at when they get up to some mischief. With proper attention and training, Drew can make a great pet.

Emily: Yellow Lab

Loyal and lovable, Emily is quick to make friends with her high spirits and outgoing personality. She’s full of energy and loves staying active. Don’t let Emily get bored…we can’t promise she won’t tear apart your couch, but you never know what might happen!

Erin: Dog that walks itself

Our go-to guide for all things adulting—Erin keeps everything in the office on track and in order. While doing so, she’s gentle and puts a smile on our face! There’s a 100% chance that if she was a dog, she would be walking herself.

Lori: Afghan Hound

A study in contradictions—strikingly elegant and sweet-as-can be, if you get to know Lori you’ll find that, like an Afghan hound, she is as silly as she is poised.

Maddy: Bob Ross Dog

Maddy is funny, caring, goofy and artistic. It’s not a matter of what dog breed she would be, rather, what costume her dog self would wear for Halloween. We pinned her as the Bob Ross dog.

Maggie: Blue Heeler (beer preferred)

As a champion of step challenges, Maggie proves her inner blue heeler athleticism by averaging 18,000 steps per day. She’s one to work hard, play harder and is often found keeping up with the latest in all things sports-related.

Nina: American Water Spaniel

Nina loves long walks and outdoor activities, like an American Water Spaniel. At the end of a hard day, you can find her curled up in her apartment relaxing with a cup of coffee or tea.

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