A Bone with Atticus

A Bone With: Atticus

Bone selection: Chicken flavored rawhide strips

What do you plan to do with this bone: Carry it around. Maybe hide it behind a plant.



Describe your average day in five (or so) words: Wake me when the mailman comes.

Do you know any tricks: I know sit, stay, paw and down. I’ve also mastered bark at the UPS Man and chase the bird. For some reason, nobody ever asks for those two.

Favorite thing about coming to the office: Dog doors into the conference rooms.

Story behind your name: I was named for Atticus Finch. I’m told we have nothing in common.



Annoying social habit: I’ll sit awkwardly close anytime you’re eating something. Also, drool.

Instagram or Facebook: Put me in an Instagram photo and watch the ‘likes’ pile up.

Dogs or people: Ummm, I’ve never met a dog who gave me a treat.

Best or worst walk you’ve been on: I went to the beach once and had sand in my fur for days. Paws down.



Wet food or dry: All of the above. Wet, if pressed to choose.

Favorite treat: Anything bacon flavored.

Favorite toy: If it squeaks, I’m playing with it—and then promptly losing it under the couch. Beams of light are also terrific.

What was on the last plate you licked: Eggs. If there are eggs left on the plate, you’ll have to go through me to get to the dishwasher.

Rob Doerzbacher
Rob Doerzbacher
Senior Copywriter

In the event that you encounter Rob in the wild, the following facts will make it easy to strike up a conversation with him.
Rob prefers shorts over pants. Always.
A prank call landed him his first copywriting gig.
He loves his work, his family, his dog and his fiancé.
He tries his best to love her cats.
Rob has obsessively logged and rated every movie he’s seen since 2007.
His brand experience includes Char-Broil, Fruit of the Loom, Time Warner Cable and Lowes, to name a few.
But his dream client is a local auto mechanic.
He cheers for any team wearing black and gold.
He insists that the New Orleans Saints do not wear the color gold.
Rob sneezes at least once a day.
His work has appeared in Communication Arts, but his sights are set on a Radio Mercury Award.
And, of course, a few pencils.
Rob spent five years hosting a weekly trivia night.
He’s pretty sure there aren’t any questions left to ask.
His best bowling score is 224.
He has some strong opinions on how to improve word processors.
His drink of choice is either a Negroni or a Coors Banquet.
Rob hopes you’re still reading this.
Because if you are, it means he’s still got it.