|Beazley’s first time in a boat|
I’m a very fortunate person, for many reasons. Not only do I find my job incredibly rewarding, but I also get to bring my dog to work. I mean, how awesome is that!
Miss Beazley is an Australian Shepherd crossed with I-don’t-know-what. She is one of 18 pups born in a barn in Cedar on Vancouver Island, and her new home with me was at the north end of Georgia Strait on Sonora Island.
Beazley Passage between Hoskyn and Okisollo Channels (an ocean rapid pass near our former Discovery Islands home) is the origin of her name. It is a bit of a misnomer as my dog is not only gentle and sweet, but afraid of rough water, while Beazley Pass can be quite a wild ride at full flood.
Beazley is so loveable that our ED Christianne gave her the title of Morale Officer. Having her in the office lifts everyone’s spirits, and she’s my personal morale officer too. She has been with me through some pretty rough waters, both literally and figuratively.
This line of work can be very challenging, and social and legislative change is often a very time consuming and arduous process, to say the least. So simple little things like bringing Beazley to the office mean the world to me.
Thank you Georgia Strait Alliance! And Beazley says ‘woof’!
Very cute pup – and gorgeous image of her on the beach. You've summed up the challenges of the work very well. Glad to hear Beazley's on the job. 🙂
Cheers to bringing your dog to work! One day Beazley and Maslow will have to meet.
Miss Beazley helps all dog owners smile. Keep up the good work – nurturing all things is important.