Introducing the Catapult Creative Office Dog

I love to meet dogs who work in fields somewhat similar to me. Check out Ollie, from Catapult Creative Media. This office dog is just as creative as his human co-workers, and he takes working very seriously. Thanks for allowing him some time off to be interviewed!

Napa: What breed are you?

Ollie: I am a Pembroke Welsh Corgi. I am a young man about to be two (fourteen, in human years) this month. I’m planning to have a jovial party with lots of treats.

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Napa: Tell me more about working at Catapult Creative Media.

Ollie: It’s an environment that requires critical thinking and imagination. Everyone works as a team to create solutions for clients, and it’s amazing to see what we all come up with when we go to creative sessions together. I’m not as much of a designer as my mother is, so I will usually inspect the work (with my nose) instead.

Napa: What is a typical day like in the Catapult Creative office? 

Ollie: I do my rounds every half-hour, sniffing around to make sure everything is in its proper place. When that’s finished, I observe everyone else and see how they are feeling that day. I will hop into someone’s lap or sit by their feet as they work if needed. Something I always notice is that they often go back and forth from the kitchen with a steaming hot liquid in a mug. I can’t figure out why they keep going back for more. It smells okay, I suppose, but I wouldn’t drink it.

Being the inspector and enforcer can get pretty tiring, so I will take naps or request pets from my colleagues. When they get on break, we’ll play tug-of-war, fetch, or hide and seek. I want to implement a “Going Outside More” initiative too.

Napa: Whose desk do you sit under most often?

Ollie: I enjoy being around the Creative Director’s desk; she has a nice view with a window.

Napa: When you get bored around the office (in between important in the office tasks), how do you keep busy?

Ollie: I like to be aware of my surroundings. Often, I’ll go to the window and examine the parking lot. If anyone seems like they’re going to enter, I head to the lobby to greet them into our office. It’s important that everyone knows that I am here.

Napa: What’s the best thing you’ve ever eaten around the office (even if you weren’t supposed to)?

Ollie: Catapult has some stress balls that I chewed on instead of using my paws. It’s in the past, and I’ve learned from my mistakes.

Napa: What’s your favorite funny dog video? Please share the link!

Ollie: 

Napa: Where are you from? What’s your favorite trait about the area you live in?

Ollie: I’m from a farm in Mississippi. I love how Baton Rouge understands dogs. The dog park, the dog parade – it gets us.

Napa: If you could tell your human co-workers anything, what would it be?

Ollie: You all exert yourself diligently at the computer, and while I appreciate your efforts, you should play more (specifically, with me).

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Napa: Can you share any advice for other office dogs?

Ollie: Work hard and play harder.

Napa: If you could launch any one business or brand, what would it be?

Ollie: I would launch a restaurant that could optimize human food for dog consumption. For example, a pizza that I could eat without getting stomach aches would be ideal. It could be called Paw-peroni. Of course, I would commission Catapult Creative Media to do the website.

Are you an office dog? Is your co-worker a canine? We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch via email or leave a note in the comments section below!


Side note: Do you run a business in the pet industry? Would you like to drive more traffic and sales to your site through a search-optimized pet blog? Get in touch with my office-mates at Lantern Content Marketing!

About Napa 'ze Dog

My name is Napa and I'm the Lantern Content Marketing Adventure Company office dog. They create content for business blogs, so I do my part by blogging about pet stuff. My favorite topic is poop! Since you asked, I'm an F2B Miniature Goldendoodle. Everything else you want to know about me is right over here!

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