Who is Marley

Who is Marley



My name is Marley and I am a 5 year old really big Labradoodle.  I live with 4 humans, Simon, Jan, Georgie and Joe and I am living the best life ever.

My main role at Synium IT is to lower hormonal stress levels, which I am very good at.

I arrive at work with my Dad about 8am each morning and greet everyone as they walk through the door, once everyone has arrived and given me some fuss, I settle down and have a much-needed nap.

Around 10.30 I rouse myself and find one of the humans to take me for a walk.  I am a bit of a celebrity on Henley High Street, probably because of my size, everyone likes to give me some fuss – I love the postman, he always gives me a treat.

Sometimes my mate Buddy (Andy’s dog)  comes into work and we enjoy our time together playing on the floor with a bit of rough and tumble thrown in.

In the afternoon, I nuzzle one of the humans to take me for another walk.  When I get back to the office, I have a chew on my bone which really does wear me out, so another nap beckons where I usually dream of chasing squirrels or rabbits which is one of my favourite pastimes.

I am a very socialable dog and I am very lucky that I am able to come to work with my Humans.

What are your 3 favourite movies.

A Dog’s Purpose – Josh a devoted dog discovers the meaning of its own existence through the lives of humans.

Marley and Me – my name’s sake, of course, this was going to be on my top favourite films

Countryfile – ok it’s not a movie but I really do love watching Countryfile on a Sunday

If you had a day to yourself how would you spend it?

With my 4 favourite humans, going for a walk.  Preferably off the lead taking in a wood where there are lots of Squirrels to chase.

What is the thing that annoys you the most?

The rain, I’m not a fan.  I have a very fluffy coat and it takes me a long time to look this good and the rain just plays havoc with my curls.

Simon Tonks

Owner and MD of Synium who loves his job, his life and the wondrous outdoors - especially when on a bike of any kind (but preferably on a mountain bike going downhill fast).Please get in touch if there is anything IT related I can help you with (or if you want to talk bikes :-)