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Odin & Finn November’s Adventures-New Management Roles

Welcome to Odin’s & Finn’s weekly adventures!

This is just a recap of some of the fun things that we did this past week and a place where I can share a few of the hundreds of pictures that I took of the boys this week. 

As always, I hope these pictures and stories bring a smile to your face and start your week off on a positive note!

We’re starting November off with a few positions that have been filled inside of our small company this month. 

Odin & Finn

As many of you know, we have had some changes to our staff this year.

The co-founders of this great company have moved on to continue their work at a different dwelling place. 

They leave behind a great legacy and many important positions that need to be filled in order for our work here on this planet to continue. 

I received millions of applications for a few positions that were ready to be filled for immediate occupancy and after months of interviewing and getting to know some of these candidates, I have finally made the executive decision to announce their rolls. 

For the position of Chief Executive Leaf Officer, I have selected Odin. 

Odin comes from a place where he was undervalued and under-appreciated. 

He worked with what he was given but unfortunately, he found himself on the streets where he got himself into a little bit of trouble with the law. 

That’s ok because we believe that every dog deserves a second chance and early on we could see his potential. 

Odin has proven that he is a hardworking dog and willing to make sacrifices to ensure that no leaf is left unturned or laying on the ground. 

He’s a creative thinker and uses non-traditional approaches to picking up leaves. 

We see a bright future for this talented boy and expect him to quickly climb the corporate ladder and soon be chief of all things. 

Not only is Odin our new Chief Executive Leaf Officer he is also head of our Snuggling department.

For the position of Branch Manager, we have selected Finnigan. 

We chose Finn because of his spunky and tireless energy which is just what this company was in need of. 

Finn started off as an intern a few months ago and while we questioned some of his values, he is definitely growing into a fine young man and we feel lucky to have him on our team. 

Finn is very dedicated to his role as Branch Manager and we believe that he will help grow our company by leaps and bounds over the next several years. 

He is currently enrolled in a class that will strengthen his multitasking because he is only able to carry 1 branch at a time but ultimately we need him to be able to carry several to the pile. 

His loud vocal skills and herding instincts are what set him apart from other candidates. 

We hope that you will all welcome Odin and Finn into their new positions and politely provide feedback over the next several years that they are here. 

We will be accepting applications to fill more positions later in 2021. 

 

 

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Ducky's Mom

Saturday 14th of November 2020

Awwww, perfect jobs for your boys! And they both look soooo happy in their new positions.

I remember well how my girls and Radar used to gather the leaves for us...and brought them in the house. Ducky has taken over the job and does a pretty good job of it too. Her fur isn't anywhere near as long; but when she does her back rolls in the leaves, they stick to her short, coarse furs like glue.

Tails Around the Ranch

Tuesday 10th of November 2020

Great teamwork makes for a great new venture. Continued success-I'll be sure to send my leaves on to your hard working guys. 🍁

Jen

Tuesday 10th of November 2020

We are still working out the kinks with Finn. Lol

Mary Ellen (Mimi) Wood

Monday 9th of November 2020

I love these two boys!

Jen

Tuesday 10th of November 2020

Thank you so much!

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