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King Charles Spaniel
I’m Luca and I belong to our Director of Programs, Joe Debiec. I have traveled to Canada, Florida, and all over the east coast. My owner Joe does a lot of boring human stuff—too much sitting if you ask me. I love being a CIS Abroad pup and finding all of the yummy crumbs around the office. One thing I do not like are cartoons or dressing up in fancy clothes. If you can’t find me, I am probably somewhere snuggling up nice and cozy.
Bernese Mountain Dog
Nothing beats a belly rub.
Hey everyone, I’m Copper. My owner, Jeff (Founder of CIS Abroad), brings me to work every couple of days when he knows no one will be home. I bark incessantly when I see him pick up his work bag so that he doesn’t forget to bring me! When I’m at the office, I sometimes wander around on the look out for a treat (lots of people in the office have them on their desk), food left at eye level and maybe a random pet from someone in the office. The only thing that I’m not a big fan of is the wood floors in the office. As a Bernese, I have very hairy feet and when I walk on those floors it’s like a human walking on ice – slippery! Hope to meet you someday (bring treats if you visit.)
Dudley here! I belong to Kris Holloway, President and Queen of CIS Abroad. I haven’t traveled much, but my mother is from Australia…does that count? My owner gives me the best belly scratches and feeds me meat-flavored dog biscuits. My favorite thing about being a CIS Abroad pup is the constant love. My pet peeve is that beeping sound that trucks make when they back up. All in all, I try to wag more and bark less.
Australian Cobber Dog
Remi belongs to our digital guru Neal and his family. “Cobber” means best mate in Australian.. “mate” means friend 🙂 and Remi is best friend to all in the office. Remi is in training to be a school therapy dog so he always has lots of love to give.