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Meet Whiskey, a six-and-a-half-year-old Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. With his doggy-day-office recently closed until further notice, Whiskey began a work-from-home internship with his boss-mom, Teresa

We understand that many companies are taking significant steps to combat COVID-19, including asking employees to work remotely from their homes.

Working from home has advantages and disadvantages, but there is one significant perk that is undeniably putting smiles on our faces – working closely with our adorable pets! We want to see how you

Valentine’s Day might have come and gone, but there’s still plenty of love to go around, and we just love Lucy, the adorable dog that belongs to Olga Tsipursky, Senior Manager of International Tax at Amazon.

However, Lucy is still looking for her own Ricky Ricardo, and in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, we thought

Former Tax Executives Institute (TEI) President Neil Traubenberg and his wife Joan recently added a new member to their family, Bo, a one-year-old Whoodle (Wheaton Terrier/Poodle mix).

When their daughter Lauren was looking for a new dog, they brought their eight-year-old Schnoodle, Thai, to see if he would get along with the new puppy.

Meet Ruby, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel mix, who eight years ago became a pupil of Richard Pomp, the Alva P. Loiselle Professor of Law at UConn School of Law. While Ruby is very much the teacher’s pet, enjoying anything that gives her extra class time with Professor Pomp, she’s always looking for extra credit

Most kids leave cookies or biscuits for Santa, but for Beth Anne Stanford’s kids, Santa was the one who left Biscuit. Of course, we are talking about this adorable Goldendoodle, who was appropriately named for his light, fluffy and irresistible qualities.

Beth Anne, Tax Counsel at InterContinental Hotels Group, adopted 10-month-old Biscuit right before the

Bingham and Angela Merklaws were never supposed to be friends. The rivalry between cats and dogs is the oldest story in the book, but somehow these two were destined for each other. Growing up in separate parts of the country, it was Casey Mock, Manager, Public Policy, State and Local Tax at Amazon, and his