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Furry Friends

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Jules of Decatur City Jewelers

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Introducing Jules. Jules was rescued by Brett Weiler of Decatur City Jewelers in Decatur, Georgia. Brett believes Jules is an American Staffordshire Terrier, which falls under the Pit Bull label. After getting mauled at the shelter Jules required two surgeries. “He was in a pretty sad condition, so I brought him with me to work,” said Brett. “I never really wanted any employees, but he saw it differently.” Jules loves hanging out on the sidewalk in front of the store. His breed gets such a bad rap, Brett lets him do just that so people can see how misunderstood they are. Whenever people ask what kind of dog he is, Brett replies, “A good dog.” Jules has an Instagram account, you can follow him @decaturcityjules and see for yourself.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Ruby & Bella of Keith Nusinov Jewelers

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These two Furry Friends hold important jobs at Keith Nusinov Jewelers in Monkton, Maryland. Beautiful Ruby is a German Shepherd who has been on the job for 5 years and has been promoted to the head of security! Sweet and tiny Bella is a Chihuahua who has been the head of public relations for 10 years! Both brighten the day for store owners Keith & Andrea Nusinov, their staff and their customers.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Sundance of Edian Jewelry


This is Sundance. Sundance is a nine year old Rhodesian Ridgeback mix. He has been working at Edian Jewelry in Hialeah, Florida since he was a small puppy. Edian’s customers ask for him when he is not in the store. “This particular day was a rough one,” says Jonathan Blatter, Sundance’s human and the owner of Edian Jewelry. Hang in there Sundance - we all have days like that.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Hoyt from Isbell Jewelry Co.

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This impressive specimen is a German Rottweiler named Hoyt. Hoyt is the 120+ pound greeter at Birmingham, Alabama-based Isbell Jewelry Co. His humans, Anthony and Suzy Isbell, got Hoyt as a puppy and took him to work that very day for socializing and potty training - and he’s been a mainstay there ever since. Popular with all the customers, Hoyt is a bit of a flirt with the ladies. Suzy says he will ‘pop up’ on the counter and slide his head across for some petting. Visitors are always disappointed when they come in and learn Hoyt is off on Fridays.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Rock and Midnight of Frederic Duclos

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Say hello to Rock and Midnight. The two German Shepherd rescues work with Karen and Frederic Duclos at Huntington Beach, CA-based award winning designer of contemporary sterling silver jewelry Frederic Duclos. On any given day, clients on the phone may hear Rock howling at a passing siren. And Karen says the “no solicitation” sign takes on new meaning with the two mighty dogs on the premises. Frederic Duclos is a better team because of these “puppies” who put a smile on the employees’ faces every day.

Furry Friends on the Job: Meet Chevy from Fabrie Jewelers

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In memory of Chevy. Chevy was a beautiful Chihuahua/Schnauzer mix who worked as the store mascot at Fabrie Jewelers in Corcoran, California. She happily worked with store owner Evelyn Fabrie (along with her husband) bringing lots of fun to the job - she loved playing with the customers. There was no need for a door chime at Fabrie Jewelers, Chevy greeted all the customers with a hello bark. She also provided moral support and comfort for little ones getting their ears pierced. Chevy crossed the rainbow bridge recently and is truly missed by Evelyn, the Fabrie Jewelers staff and their customers.