Dogs in the Office Day

On Friday 7 April, around eight furry friends of Luminary team members padded their way into our Melbourne HQ for a day in the office.

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By Tami Iseli 0 minute read

Somewhere between the #cutepics channel on Slack and the office watercooler last year, the idea of having a Dogs in the Office Day found its paws. There was an initial attempt to launch it last year which – probably to CEO Marty Drill’s relief – resulted in a grand total of zero canine attendees. But this year the concept was back with bells on. Productivity may have been a little down but team morale soared as the office was temporarily transformed into a doggy daycare. 

Here are some of the happy snaps that were captured on the day.

Andy and Dotty

Andy and his giant fur-baby, Dotty.

Catherine's Puppy Cropped

Catherine’s adorable pooch, Bailey.

Dotty and Mesce

Turf wars – Dotty shows Meche who’s boss.

FAB Working

Meche, Mocha and Bailey come to lend Fab a yelping hand.

Liam and Oscar

Puppy Love – Liam gets a hug from furry friend Oscar.

Running Dogs

Who let the dogs out? Bailey, Meche and Cooper.

Steph and Charlie

‘Aunty Steph’ with sister Ash’s pooch Charlie.

Ruff day

Dog-tired – home time for Bailey after a 'ruff' day at the office.

It might have been a moment of barking madness that led Marty to say 'yes' to Dogs in the Office Day but all overall, the team rated the day a howling success! 

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