Waving My Paw Hello!


Woof, woof, woof! Wait a second…I forgot, you don’t speak Dog.

Let’s try this again:

Hi! I’m Bruno the puppy, the newest member of PureFormulas!

This is my bldog. What’s a bldog, you ask? Why, a blog for a dog, of course! I can’t wait for you to join me on this writing journey. It’s going to be a walk in the park!

I’m really excited to tell you about the human family I recently adopted. They work with me at PureFormulas. Sure, they may be a little unique, but whose family isn’t? They’re only shaggy on the top of their heads (mostly) and they walk on just two legs, which must get tiring — the only time I find myself balancing on two legs is when I’m reaching to sneak away a treat from one of their desks.

My Job

These humans really need me on staff and I have very important responsibilities. See, the problem is they’re too good at something called “work” — they’re all so focused and hardworking. It’s my job to entertain and distract them.

Since I’m fairly small in stature, I’ve memorized everyone’s footwear already. Who needs facial recognition when shoelaces are so much tastier to pull and chew on? My motto is ‘no wires un-chewed, no shirt-sleeves un-slobbered.’ One of my favorite techniques is watching and pecking at my teammates’ fingers as they type away on their keyboards. You can’t let that typing speed get too fast! I also regularly bark in the conference rooms to test out acoustics.

I’m a runner and I take fitness seriously. My job demands staying in top shape. After all, I need to look great without a shirt on, and, most importantly, I need to model for the countless photos my PureFormulas team members take of me!

My best skill to help my teammates’ reverse productivity is jumping up and resting on their laps. Sometimes I even fall asleep that way and force them to cuddle me.

Showing the Love

I think I’m doing a good job, since they’re already giving me bonuses. Just last week, I received a Welcome Home Kit full of goodies. I’m thinking of paying back the reward when I buy them a few leashes of my own, so I can take my new family members out for walks.

I fret that I won’t be able to take care of all of them and show them I love them as much as they love me. Maybe I can speak to them in French, the language of love? Did I mention I’m a French bulldog? Oui, that may work! Adieu for now!