In case you didn’t see the sticker on the door or the smile on our faces, we are proud to inform you that The Watering Bowl was recently named one of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces. That’s right. The place where dogs run free is also known for empowering employees and making everyone feel… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Employee Spotlight
In case you can’t tell, we are full of love at The Watering Bowl. The dogs, the staff, the people on the other end of the leash—it’s a privilege to get to work in an environment that’s not just accepting but celebratory of all of our differences. And it’s all founded on mutual respect and… Read more »
We can’t wait to meet the pups and the people of St. Peters. **Update: we’re so excited that we decided to host a St. Peters Job Fair on Saturday, September 15th, at the site of our new location. Be sure to check out all the details and RSVP on our Facebook event page.** But before… Read more »
Our cage-free canine community is built for dogs. But it’s the two-legged members who welcome our pack every single day and make The Watering Bowl a place worthy of many return visits. In fact, we have several people we would classify as long-time loyalists. And we consider ourselves fortunate to spend our days with them…. Read more »
We’re proud of our cage-free canine community. It improves behavior, enhances quality of life and provides a much-need energy release for dogs of all ages and sizes. But it wouldn’t be possible without dedicated employees who oversee our guests, day and night. (In fact, we just recognized the best of the best.) They’re truly amazing…. Read more »
When employees stay with us for a long period of time, we know we’re doing something right. When they come back, we often hear exactly what it is that we happen to be doing right. So, we thought we’d probe a little bit deeper to hear why our latest TWB Boomerangs came back. It is… Read more »
If we could translate a dog’s Sniff Around experience into English, turn it into a video and condense it to four minutes, we think it would go a little something like this. (Dogs are surprisingly appreciative of the philosophical underpinning of The Watering Bowl.)
When she’s not taking care of dogs at The Watering Bowl, Leslie spends time volunteering with their cousins—the wolves.
Hope Retter is allergic to dogs. That might explain why she only has four of them and loves working at The Watering Bowl. But somehow, we think the explanation has more to do with her love for our four-legged clientele that happens to be so big that it spills over onto canvas. And paper and… Read more »
We thank Eric Skinner for his service. Not just to The Watering Bowl for the last two and a half years, but also to our country for eight years before that in the United States military.