To tell you how this story begins we need to start far from London, over the sea, in a town that writer Jan Morris juxtaposed to the ‘meaning of nowhere’: Triest. A 250,000 inhabitants seaside city in the very North-East of Italy, which is known for its annual regatta and its gelid winter wind. The city where graphic designer and painter Davide Comelli of Chromosome Studio (who signs his works as Zoneone72) and his studio dog Lea, a seven-year old mutt, live and work.
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Google has a well-established dog-friendly policy and a large office dog pack: the Dooglers. Last year we interviewed Horatio the Pug from the St Giles office. One year on, we take you to Google’s Kings Cross HQ to meet ten canine representatives of the pack!
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Vulric, the Czechoslovakian Wolfdog, is only ten months old, but already an over 31 kilos beast. He enjoys going to work with his owner Matt at WeWork several days a week, filling the ranks of Waypoint Partners’ team as office dog.
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If patience had a dog’s name, it would be Nora, just like the three year old Charles Cavalier Spaniel who acts as office dog at the HQ of TransferWise – the international money transfer company – in Shoreditch.
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Macy, the Fox Terrier, has been joining Andrew Tuck, editor at Monocle – the global affairs and culture magazine and radio – at work for the last six years, since she was a puppy. Monocle just turned 11 years old and she has very much become a part of the office culture. This is her story in the Office Dog Series.
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