The Search for Work Dogs Continues

Calling all work dogs! You could be my next interview subject on Napa’s Daily Growl!

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One of my favorite aspects of writing this blog is getting to know all of the incredible work dogs from all over the world through my Working Dog Wednesday interview series. There are so many hard-working office dogs out there with different backgrounds, breeds, and job titles.

Since I began this interview series, I’ve highlighted the work of 26 incredible working dogs. A lot of my dog friends ask me who my favorite office dog is. I mean, c’mon! Do you think I could choose? I’ve had so much fun getting to know these four-legged rebels in the past months. It’s impossible to pick a favorite.

What does stand out is how many different positions these pups hold.

Charley from the Onyx Hotel in Boston, Mass., is the Director of Pet Relations.

Layla, my first interviewee, works at a landscaping office! While she spends much of her time in the office, she often visits job sites, too.

Shelby works at PetBox, and helps decide what goes in the monthly subscription boxes. If you ask me what a perfect job for work dogs is, I might pick Shelby’s!

But it would be a close tie with these six pups from Ben & Jerry’s. Talk about working in ice cream heaven.

There are so many other work dogs I’ve interviewed with super cool and diverse job descriptions.

But I want to meet so many more office pups. I still feel that human workers are getting the most online attention. There are so many websites dedicated to finding a job, keeping a job, and leaving a job (never mind job training, job benefits, etc.!) for humans, but none for dogs! Who’s asking what it’s like to be an office dog? I am. I want to share your tales of work life – the struggles and the highlights of what it’s like to be a professional pup.

The pack of dogs I’ve showcased so far are an incredible example of work dogs. But I’m on the hunt for more canines. Are you an office dog? Let your bark be heard. It’s time to spread the news and highlight even more positions. I’d love to interview a police dog, a dog who works in a shelter, a service dog, and a therapy dog. It would be so cool to interview a food service dog, an art dog, a dog in the medical field, and a toy-making dog. You know what? I’d love to interview any office dog! I have such a passion for office-dog life, and I just want to let the rest of the world know about it!

I spend a lot of time on Twitter looking for new work dogs I can interview, but I realize, not all dogs are on Twitter. (Here are 125+ Twitter dogs if you’re looking for new friends.) So I’ve decided to put the call for dogs right here on the blog. Are you an office dog? If so, I’d love for you to get in touch. There’s no need to sniff butts and mull the idea over. Let’s play! You can get in touch with me on Twitter or Facebook. You know what, you could even leave a comment on the blog, and we’ll get in touch with you. I can’t wait to meet more work dogs; I hope to hear from you soon!

Are you an office dog? Is your co-worker a canine? We’d love to hear from you! Get in touch via email or leave a note in the comments section below!

Side note: Do you run a business in the pet industry? Would you like to drive more traffic and sales to your site through a search-optimized pet blog? Get in touch with my office-mates at Lantern Content Marketing!

About Napa 'ze Dog

My name is Napa and I'm the Lantern Content Marketing Adventure Company office dog. They create content for business blogs, so I do my part by blogging about pet stuff. My favorite topic is poop! Since you asked, I'm an F2B Miniature Goldendoodle. Everything else you want to know about me is right over here!

One thought on “The Search for Work Dogs Continues

  1. Our Pit Bull Daisy goes to the office with both my wife and myself a few times a week, I’ll see if she’s interested in interviews! She does not have her own social accounts, but loves modeling for various ‘grams by our staff!

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