As part of the Alcorn Immigration Law team, I focus on providing wags and emotional support to our team members and office guests! I am grateful to be able to give my love to those who love me!
As a four-legged child of immigrants, I identify with our clients. I am a hypoallergenic maltese and poodle mix. This means I do not shed or make humans sneeze. The bottom line of this is that I can have all of the belly rubs from all of the humans!
When I was 8 weeks old I was adopted by my fur-mom, Anita Koumriqian, the day after she found out she passed the California Bar exam. She tells me it was one of the best days of her life…I can’t blame her.
Although I am a dog, I am told that I have the spirit of a cat. I am very mellow and I rarely bark. Sometimes my evil arch nemesis, the squirrel, hangs out outside of our office and I protect everyone by growling at them…grrr. I often get the “zoomies” where I run around the office really quick to show our team my speed. I think the faster I run, the faster our cases get approved.
My mom tells me that our family has a long history of immigration, and I am proud to be the fur-child of immigrants!
I am a graduate of Puppergarten and have spent countless hours napping at our team’s side as they save the world, one immigrant at a time.
I understand basic commands in English and Armenian. My favorite ask is “do you want a treat?”. My least favorite is “var eechir!” (which translates to “get down!” in Armenian.)
When I’m not hanging out at the office, I am either taking a nap in the sun or begging for something to eat.
I’m passionate about cheese, bouncy balls, tug of war, and walks.