Dogs at offices in Arkansas? It's heads or tails

Some people love them, some hate them, some just sneeze

Posted: July 2, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.
Updated: July 3, 2017 at 4:30 a.m.

Baxter, a maltipoo, sits in the lap of Brandi Mikula while she works at Collective Bias in Rogers.

Mr. Frunkles, a young Welsh corgi, waits by the front door to greet all visitors, regardless of species. Maddie Cate, a shy schnauzer, sits in a sheltered spot, keeping a close eye on her human who works at the reception desk. Alli, a black Labrador retriever, barges through a door left slightly ajar, making sure a meeting in progress doesn't need her input.

Mr. Frunkles, a Welsh corgi, waits for someone to pay attention to him at Collective Bias in Rogers.

Blake Woolsey with Ellie (from left), Sheerah Davis with Jack, and Lindsay Wallace with Lily sit at a conference table at Mitchell Communications in F...

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