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Furry Friends

Furry friends on the job: Charley - Jewelers unBLOCKed™

Pets Daisy Trigger

Meet Charley. She is a 3 year old, English Crème Golden Retriever and loves to visit Jewelers unBLOCKed™ HQ in New Jersey. Charley normally works in the California office but visited this summer to meet the East Coast team. She is a certified service dog, a rescue herself and loves anything sparkly and shiny making her the perfect mascot for a company in the jewelry business, says Jennifer Galluccio, executive assistant at Jewelers unBLOCKed™. Her message to everyone is simple: “No whining - relax and enjoy a Milkbone with me!”


Furry friends on the job: Daisy and Trigger

Pets Daisy Trigger

Say hello to Daisy (front) and Trigger.  The precious pair of Shelties go to work most every day with their human DeAnne Green at Main Street Jewelers in Plattsmouth, Nebraska.  Daisy and Trigger excel at their job as official greeters. Not a customer walks in without these two saying hello and many of the customers come in just to say hi to them.

Furry friends on the job: Henry from Holly Springs Jewelers

Pets Henry 1

This gorgeous miniature white poodle is named Henry. Henry joins owner Annette Esposito every day at Holly Springs Jewelers in Woodstock, Georgia. He loves to sit or lay on the counter for all of the customers to pet and love him throughout the day. He likes his meatballs, pupperoni sticks and chicken goodies! When he’s not hard at work in the store you can find Henry chasing squirrels at home.

Furry friends on the job: Lou - Decherd, Tennessee

Pets Lou

Introducing Lou, a 3-year-old pomeranian. Lou has been at Diamonds For You in Decherd, Tennessee since she was 5 weeks old. She lays on the counter and greets customers by wagging her tail with an occasional roll over for a tummy rub. Regular customers and the deliverymen come in just to see her. Lou’s favorite parts of the day are during store set-up and take down when she gets to run free and chase her rattling “cat” ball.

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