Meet the Key-Systems' dogs
As a team newcomer, my good nose, my very convincing glance and my curiosity helped me to quickly integrate into the team. My colleague Lotte already shares her water bowl with me.
My preferred tasks are code review and pair programming. When I am immersed in my work, it can happen that I "overhear" something. But if I hear the magic word ice cream, I'm always on the spot.
After my morning welcome round, I make sure that all my colleagues stay awake with irregular, super loud barking. They sometimes call me bitchy for that, but as long as I have my chewing rod, I don't care.
As the person responsible for internal security, my discreet ears and watchful eye can't miss a thing, especially no treat. Admittedly, a garbage can sometimes fall over when looking for food, but it's not my fault if the trash gets in the way, right?
In addition to my tasks as a mobile alarm system and bubble wrap shredder, I always keep a watchful eye on my colleagues. As long as my water bowl is full and I can take a nap at any time, I am a totally relaxed colleague.
Since I am very communicative and like to comment on everything – in an absolutely variable pitch and frequency – I am always looking forward to colleagues visiting me. I share the office with my brother Duke, but it's clear who’ss the boss here.
After I greeted my team, there's nothing left for me to do but dream about she-dogs. I like to have my colleagues around me, because you never know when you need something. Otherwise, the lions don't care what the sheep do.
My tasks are to be cute and perform tricks. I pay close attention to the fact that there are always enough treats in the office. If, inexplicably, this is not the case, I always find a colleague to help me out with some treats.