For anyone reading not based in the UK, we went into “lockdown” just a few days ago. No need in telling you why. COVID-19. It’s a very scary time globally with over 500,000 cases worldwide.
On a slightly brighter side a lot of people across the world are finding out that working from home isn’t quite as much fun as it sounds. Although alot of our pets are loving their humans being at home all the time (And some aren’t).
We thought it would be a great idea to show you our CDOs working from home. (We really wanted to do something NOT so serious. If you want something a bit more serious and some help in keeping your pet occupied during isolation check out our article HERE.)
The day starts early at 6am, they don’t really fancy getting up but they know they’ve got a busy day ahead!
First off it’s off for dinner (Breakfast really but their logic is who needs more than one word for “time for food”)
After that it’s time for work. Our CDO Cody gets started straight away at the dining room table. Our CDO Rollie meanwhile, well he needs another nap before getting in a few hours work!
A few hours later, Rollie gets to work, he’s crunching the numbers today! It’s hard work apparently!
Cody meanwhile he can’t quite understand why we haven’t been outside very much today and shows his disappointment. This 1 walk a day really isn’t good enough for him.
They get the afternoon in, putting in the hours. It’s a busy day keeping an eye on everyone walking by for Rollie!
Now comes the best part of the day! The walk! They’ve worked hard all day! (Kind of)
They’ve another busy day tomorrow, So they’d need to get their beauty sleep!
I mentioned this last week but there is an amazing new instagram account documenting all of our dogs working from home. Check it out @dogsworkingfromhome.
It’s also worth mentioning we sent an email to all our pet care business friends and offered to help with anything we can during the COVID-19 pandemic. If you know a pet care business that needs some help with graphics, their website or anything else, just tell them to get in touch at email@example.com!
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