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Furry Friends

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Camp and Sadi of Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs

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Pets Camp Sadie website

When not chasing balls and geckos in their back yards, Camp the Jack Russell Terrier and Sadie the Golden Retriever enjoy fun and fur-filled times as honorary employees at Fast-Fix Jewelry and Watch Repairs corporate office in Boca Raton, Florida. They serve as ideal goodwill ambassadogs, greeting guests and employees alike, stopping only for a few biscuit and “mother nature” breaks along the way. As for their home lives, Camp lives with the company’s CFO Paul Price while Sadie shares her life with VP of Franchising Eileen Proctor (and her five other shaggy siblings).


Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Piglet from Replacements, Ltd.

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Pets Piglet website

Say hello to Piglet, AKA Pig. Pig is a Jack Russell/Italian Greyhound mix. She works with her human Amanda Womack at pet friendly Replacements, Ltd. in Greensboro, North Carolina. Amanda, and Pig, are on the Estate Jewelry Collection by Replacements team. Pig’s favorite part about coming to work is everyone has snacks. Her name is Pig for a reason - she’s a glutton. As you can see, Pig is a fantastic model. She is loved by the customers, but Amanda admits she is a reluctant guard dog.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Tulip from Bechtel Jewelers

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Pets Tulip website

This precious little pup is Tulip. Pictured here at 6 months, she is one year old now. Tulip has been going to work at Bechtel Jewelers in West Palm Beach, Florida with store owner Robert Bechtel and his GIA Graduate/office manager/salesperson wife Sara since she was 9 weeks old. Tulip’s first task at Bechtel Jewelers was learning to greet the customers with not quite so much exuberance. Here she’s modeling a JT Inman dog bone shaped tag engraved with her name and phone number - courtesy of her daddy!

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Truffles from Brown & Company Jewelers

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Pets Truffles

Say hello to Truffles. Truffles is a 6-year-old Maltese weighing in at an adorable 4 pounds. She is a certified Therapy Dog who visits Children’s Health Care of Atlanta, nursing homes and assisted living facilities in North Atlanta. She loves bringing happiness to children and the elderly. And if that’s not enough, she also goes to work one day a week with her “mom” Juanitta Hodge at Brown & Company Jewelers in Roswell, Georgia. Truffles loves visiting all the different departments and employees at the 44-year-old store. Store owner Frank Brown and all the employees look forward to her visits, and shower her with lots of love and treats. Needless to say, the customers love her too!

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Jake, IV from Knight Watch & Jewelry Company

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Jake website

How adorable is Jake, IV? Jake is a Samoyed - the name derived from the Samoyedic peoples of Siberia. Jake works with Michael Knight, owner/watchmaker at Knight Watch & Jewelry Company in Colorado Springs, Colorado, along with Michael’s daughter Ecko. Jake, IV appropriately serves as the Knight Watch watchdog - as have all Michael’s Samoyeds before him. It’s good that Jake has found something to keep him busy as their aren’t many reindeer to herd in Colorado Springs.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Payson of State Street Jewelers

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Say hello to Payson! Payson, the friendly Golden Retriever, works as the Director of Customer Relations at State Street Jewelers in Geneva, Illinois alongside his human, store owner Jeffrey Hampton. Payson keeps all the customers happy and loves visiting with other dogs in the pet friendly store. His mere presence in the store increases traffic and sales opportunities.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Diamond of K B Jewelers

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Pets Diamond website

This is Diamond. Diamond is a purebred Ragdoll cat who lives with his humans Kent & Kathleen Brackel at K B Jewelers in Hettinger, North Dakota. The Brackels and Diamond live in the same building their store is in. Every morning Diamond sits at the door waiting to hear Kent say, “Come on buddy, lets get to work.” The Brackels have had a white, blue eyed cat in their store for 41 years. Most customers greet Diamond before they say hello to the jewelers.

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