At the Law Office of Ronald L. Kuby, our bark is as big as our bite. Ron and the staff frequently bring their dogs to work. The law dogs are not only great mascots, they work pro-bone-o, helping out with the ruff cases.
LILY, a 17-year-old Bichon Frise, clearly takes after her father. She is well-known on the streets (especially by U.S. Mail and Federal Express personnel) and cannot help but be the center of attention. Dogs are not permitted in the courtroom, but Lily has followed in her father’s footsteps landing some recognition in his second favorite place – the press room. Her photograph has been featured in the New York Times and on Page Six, and she has been mentioned in other New York Post articles. She has also starred in commercials on WABC.
SAMMY, born in 2012, is also a Bichon Frise. Her big sister, Lily, showed her the ropes – then Sammy chewed them. Wildly energetic, she can’t wait to dig into briefs, law books, case files, and shoes. Don’t underestimate this puppy. When she gets her teeth into a case, she rips it apart.
PLENA, in memoriam, died in 2014. She was the office diva, and quiet but fierce. She could often be found perched atop an office desk, acting as the office watch dog. In her free time, she enjoyed playing with her co-worker dogs, eating treats and traveling. Plena was loyal and protective.
JAZZ, the latest addition to the law dog family. Born in 2014, Jazz is a frisky poodle who loves to jump into cases and laps. Her earliest friend from puppyhood is a giant pitbull, so Jazz knows how to mix it up with the Big Dogs. It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog here at the Law Office of Ron Kuby