GPG Animal Associates
Meet Our Pets
GPGers are supported by some of the best pet consultants in the business. Meet the team of incredible policy pups and collaborative kitties below!
Charlie is living his best life in beautiful Lake Tahoe. He enjoys long walks, chasing bears and ducks, camping, and cuddles. Charlie is a chihuahua mix and thinks he’s a much larger dog than his 15 pounds would suggest. Charlie assists GPG clients by making an occasional exciting and cute appearance on calls, providing moral support for client work from his bed next to the desk, and ensuring his owner gets up from her desk at least twice a day to take him out.
Meatball (L) is an old gal who loves food, belly rubs, and other dogs. Things she has mistaken for dogs include: children, statues, stumps, bushes. Eddie (middle) is a bratty teenager with no concept of personal space. She thinks Boogie is the coolest. BoogieMan (R) is a gentleman with one blue eye and one brown. His favorite days are the ones on which he gets to lick the empty yogurt container.
While still under a year old, Nami likes to think that she is the boss of the house. When she’s not supervising the window and chirping at everyone entering the apartment complex, she spends most of her time sleeping, meowing for the next meal, or avoiding all her toys to play with anything that sounds like a candy wrapper.
Noodle is a lovely lady who has a bit of a mean streak if she doesn’t receive breakfast in a timely manner. Noodle has mastered the art of the conversation and understands that conversations involve turn taking. She will patiently listen to what you have to say before responding with her classic chorus of “meow.” Unfortunately her lack of vocabulary has not made her the best facilitator, but she is a great listener.
Wingnut is a Russel Terrier, born in 2011.
Likes: sunbathing, hiking, barking at other dogs, rolling in the dirt, sleeping, personal space, having her own agenda, laying under furniture, her humans
Dislikes: squirrels, rain, loud noises
Louie is a Maltese-Teacup Poodle mix, weighing in at just over six pounds. He recently turned 16 years of age, but is still game for an impromptu hike around a lake in Marin County or at Point Isabel (named the best dog park in America a number of years ago). Given the choice, he prefers to spend his days lounging in the office recliner. He loves cheese and the occasional egg, and absolutely detests getting a bath.