Most offices don’t allow pets, or sometimes there’s one lame office pet like a parakeet or box turtle (I apologize to all parakeet & box turtle enthusiasts), but then again Jones Soda Co. is not most offices. I guess I’ve already built this up to be something a little too crazy, it’s not like we have pterodactyls and Luck Dragons in here, but we do have a plethora of sweet dogs. Don’t believe me? Well introducing our Dogs of all Seasons calender! All photos are tasteful and non-airbrushed.
Actually a prodigy of his era, Einstein was far advanced from his peers at the tender age of one (dog years) was inducted into Dogsa, an off-chute of Mensa for canines of extraordinary intelligence. You can see from the far off look in his eyes he is contemplating deep questions of life, death, and the red ball in my hand as I take the picture. He’s a visionary and a scholar and a member of the Jones team.
Fact: Einstein is the only dog to ever be on a Jones vending machine.
Gracie & Litchie
These two…dogs are a package deal, Gracie (the dark one) lives a bit more of a crazy life, wild hair, wild parties, and I think the leopard print sheets speak for herself. Litchie is the ying to Gracie’s yang. The more responsible of the two, this sister looks out for the fam, bearing their family crest on their neck they terrorize the Ops office upstairs keeping intruders out.
Haley is a pooch on a mission, she don’t mess around. Normally rocking a Jones bandanna, sticking her head out the side of her convertible, or taking Emmas, her close friend and roommate, for a walk. She enjoys food, boats, food, and fun. What a Gal!
Don’t let the soft sprinkled pedals and chic tub fool you, this is one hardened Mountain Dog! The youngest of the resident dogs, what he lacks in overall worldly knowledge he makes up in mountain instinct and stone cold looks. Look for him to blossom into a strapping young canine and an office lady killer.
Don’t let this picture fool you, this is definitely the smallest dog at Jones Soda, weighing in at a whopping 4lbs Mr. Mung is the smallest member of the canine club. Most likely some Jones employees will not know of Mr. Mung existence until this blog due to his small stature and ability to hide in the clothes of his good friend Hannah.
Clearly the inspiration for Tennessee Williams Character from “A Street Car Named Desire” Stella, she has also spawned a great sketch comedy show that most people think was influenced by “The State,” which is ridiculous. Another relative baby in the dog world, she is learning quickly and is the first dog you see every morning at the reception desk.
Don’t let this picture fool you either, this is the bow of a Princess Royale cruise boat, this is the biggest golden retriever in the history of retrievers. Tucker, better known as Clifford the big red dog, some how crams himself into the smallest office in the building. Known most prevalently for his slow motion 360s and bucking bronco dance move, he is the only dog we have that might have some luck dragon blood in him.
There are still some dogs at large in this calender so we end in July. To make up for this injustice I leave you with this.