One of the cool things about being a dog is that you never need to worry about work. You get to lay about all day and have people bring you food. The only currency exchanged is unbridled affection for your owner and maybe occasionally being used as a cry pillow and therapist when he or she has had an especially bad day. Sometimes dogs pay for themselves by becoming mascots or the face of a company or organization. Not all of them have to be minor league basketball stars like Air Bud or famous actors like...Air Bud. Simply greeting customers every day is plenty, and if they want to take things up a notch, spearheading an ad campaign for their owner will definitely guarantee something better than kibble and bits for the next few years. Regardless of what job a dog is assigned, they're always going to enjoy it because they're spending time with their favorite person in the world and that's really all they ever want to begin with. While many will say that we don't deserve dogs, and to be clear we definitely do not, this type of relationship will build an unbreakable bond for years to come between dog and owner.
All in all, being a dog sounds like a pretty sweet gig.
However, that may not be life for all dogs. Meet Mr. Griff, a very employed and very serious dog. I don't mean he is a bomb sniffing dog or a seeing eye dog. Mr. Griff is a very serious businessman, thank you very much. You can tell by the suit he is wearing.
Who else would wear that suit besides a businessman? Only a business dog.
Mr. Griff's very serious business.
Mr. Griff is tired after a long day at work.
Mr. Griff does not appreciate your shenanigans in this very important meeting.
About to use the corporate nap room...
Mr. Griff even has knick knacks on his desk!
Getting a massage after work.
Always nice to get out of the office for the day, right?
Ugh. How long is this presentation going to last?
Aren't office parties just the worst?
Pleasure doing business with you.
Sorry. I have to take this.
All of our dogs seem lazy by comparison now.