Have Paws, Will Travel? A UK Company Is Employing Dog Bloggers
For pawrents who don’t go anywhere without their four-legged best friends, travelling can be an ordeal: from booking transportation to finding the perfect accommodation, everything is that much harder when you’re traveling with a dog or a cat. Additionally, pet-friendly usually means only that your pet is welcome, but not necessarily that they’ll enjoy their stay, too. That’s why a UK company called Canine Cottages is calling on pooches to become their pawperty inspectors and see for themselves if everything is up to their high doggo standards!
The job post says that the ideal caninedate must be pawfessional at all times, wag their tail at the very mention of holidays, car rides, or walks, as well as have some experience with blogging and social media. After all, they’d have to be barking mad to employ some clueless puppy who hasn’t worked a day in their life! The most important qualification, though, is the knack for writing and digital marketing, as their primary job would be to share the scoop with fellow puppers and their pawrents.
When it comes to responsibilities, the pooch is to inspect if the company’s cottages are as pawesome as advertised, as well as sniff out the where all the top dogs hang out: including pet-friendly pubs, attractions and walks in the area. The lucky doggo would be paid for his troubles in copious amounts of dog treats (and other surprises) by famous dog brands.
But, alas, there’s a catch. The talented pooch will only be employed if they’ve got a pawesome human to match their skills. So, if you think you can keep up with your pawesome pet, make sure to encourage them to apply to be the Canine Critic. Who knows, you might get a fun trip or a few out of it- after all, someone’s got to rub that belly and pour the kibble.
A proud mama to seven dogs and ten cats, Angela spends her days writing for her fellow pet parents and pampering her furballs, all of whom are rescues. When she's not gushing over her adorable cats or playing with her dogs, she can be found curled up with a good fantasy book.
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