Although the Bible and Christian history pairs PETS with owners that history when religion is ULTRA-FAR-RIGHT WING CONSERVATIVE asks
CAN YOU REALLY AFFORD THAT PET?
As MOVING FORWARD brings all US 99% WE THE PEOPLE down to third world DARK AGES wages unable to own property----where do we keep a PET-----when we work 18 hours a day we cannot leave a PET inside a living space---we earn little money so we cannot PAY a PET WALKER----we don't own a vehicle so we cannot talk our PETS to a PET PARK for exercise----ergo,
MORE AND MORE AND MORE US 99% ARE GOING TO BE TOLD---NO PET FOR YOU.
'There are several other hadith, however, that warns of consequences for dog-owners:
"The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: 'Whoever keeps a dog, his good deeds will decrease every day by one qeeraat [a unit of measurement], unless it is a dog for farming or herding.' In another report, it is said: ' …unless it is a dog for herding sheep, farming or hunting.'"—Bukhari Sharif
"The Prophet, peace be upon him, said: 'Angels do not enter a house wherein there is a dog or an animate picture.'"—Bukhari Sharif'
We mentioned yesterday our MUSLIM citizens feel DOGS are OK if they are WORK DOGS------that is the history for CHRISTIANS as well. This is why MOVING FORWARD is taking our PET DOGS and putting them in THE WORKFORCE.
'Other mentions of dogs in literature include Ovid’s Metamorphoseswhich refers two hunting dogs of Cnossian and Spartan breeds (3.206). Aristophanes’ Lysistratareferences a Molossian dog used as a guard dog (414-417)'.
We remind people often, these few decades of CLINTON/BUSH/OBAMA moved far-right wing global banking 1% NEO-LIBERAL NIHILISTS into political machines. These people do not care about HUMANITY so they certainly don't care about ANIMALS/PETS. We are losing massive numbers of animal species with simple BLIND AMBITION 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION.
'Those who have pets should love them, provide for them, and care for their needs. Loving an animal is not wrong, as long as we love people more. The care we show an animal entrusted to us is a gauge of personal integrity:
“A righteous man cares for the needs of his animal” (Proverbs 12:10)'.
MOVING FORWARD DARK AGES FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES WILL HAVE NO CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY TO INCLUDE PET ECONOMIES.
When a society goes to CONTINUOUS CIVIL UNREST CIVIL WAR and economies go towards high unemployment and extremely low wages------this is what you get-----abandoned PETS turned FERAL ---which will be seen as a NEW INDUSTRY------PETS AS MEAT.
Man’s Best Friend or the World’s Number-One Pest?
With perhaps 600 million strays skirmishing for food on the fringe of the human world, street dogs are a common element of travel just about everywhere
By Alastair Bland
July 18, 2012
Stray dogs are a common element of travel just about everywhere in the world—and they are generally just a harmless nuisance. Hikers and cyclists are frequently swarmed by village mutts in developing countries, often on the outskirts of town where the animals are allowed to live—mangy mean rejects of society that scrape by on trash and seem bent on hassling anyone carrying a passport. But usually, the animals are easily sent scattering, tails between their legs, if a person only turns to face them. An even better shooing technique—and standard practice worldwide—is to reach over and pick up a stone. Before you’ve even suggested you might throw it—and I don’t suggest you do unless you need to--the dogs will be slinking away with their heads down, as cowardly as they are predictable. It works every time.
Well, almost—because occasionally stray dogs bite. Even more occasionally, a pack of them, encouraged and emboldened by their own numbers, may ascend into full-fledged attack mode as their lupine instincts show through the grime, fleas and bald patches. It has been reported that one in 20 dogs (PDF) will bite a person in its lifetime, and with perhaps 600 million strays skirmishing for food on the fringe of the human world, attacks on people are common—and for travelers to many places, dogs are a danger to be considered along with various other logistics of tourism. Though sterilization and controversial culling programs are underway in some countries, the dog problem may only be growing worse. Rabies outbreaks occur regularly, and the World Health Organization estimates that the disease kills 55,000 people per year. Dogs are the vector in 99 percent of these cases.
Asia and Africa are ground zero for dog-person maulings, but Eastern Europe—in spite of strident efforts to control the animals’ populations—also has serious problems with homeless, nameless mutts. Consider the headline,”Killer stray dogs put Bulgaria on edge,” which sounds like something out of a pulp fiction comic book. But that was a real headline in April, just weeks after a pack of more than two dozen dogs mauled an 87-year-old retired professor in the capital of Sofia, home to an estimated 10,000 stray dogs. The man, his face and limbs shredded, died after ten days in intensive care. Bulgaria, indeed, is swarming with strays, and a progressive government-funded sterilization program seems to be unable to curb the animals’ population. Most of the country’s street dogs seem gentle enough, sleeping away the days in the streets and plazas, many sporting the yellow ear tag signifying that they’ve been sterilized. But with dangerous regularity, the dogs turn mean. There was another death in 2007, when British tourist Ann Gordon was killed by a group of dogs in the village of Nedyalsko. And in 2009 a 6-year-old girl was reportedly “dismembered” by a pack of street dogs. In 2010, a pack of strays found its way into the Sofia zoo and killed 15 resident animals. Now, after the death of the elderly man in Sofia, the nation’s media are buzzing with dog talk. I even met a cyclist once in Greece who had just come from Bulgaria. I was on my way there—and he advised I carry a spear.
Just next door, in Romania, the dog problem is also out of control. Bucharest alone is said to be the home of as many as 100,000 stray dogs. In late 2011, lawmakers voted to allow euthanizing the animals by the thousands. Even though the decision was a timely, measured response to the January 2011 mauling death of a 49-year-old woman, animal rights activists grew livid at the suggestion of killing the animals. They protested in the streets and demanded alternative methods of dog population control, like sterilization. Meanwhile, Romanian dogs still bite 75 people per day, according to this blog—and there is still talk of the 2006 death of a visiting Japanese businessman, killed in what may have been a freak death; a single dog bit the tourist on the leg and chanced to puncture a vital artery. The man bled to death. Bucharest Deputy Mayor Razvan Murgeanu was later quoted as saying, ”When we tried to solve the stray dogs problem in the past, we were held back by sensitive people who love animals. Now, look what happens".
Stray dogs lurk and loiter in every nation on earth—and some, like this one in Egypt, live amid some of the most famous sites and scenery. (Photo courtesy of Flickr user YoHandy)
Below we see the same progression of OUTSOURCED PRIVATIZATION aimed now at our local ANIMAL CONTROL PUBLIC SERVICES. Supposedly, local citizens are asking to privatize --you know, like our public health and public schools and public utilities and public transportation---it's always local citizens asking for this not GLOBAL 1% OLD WORLD KINGS.
Our US 99% WE THE PEOPLE have by now understood anything PRIVATIZED will become CORRUPTED, CRIMINAL, AND ABUSIVE. So, too with our local public ANIMAL CONTROL. Those local ANIMAL LOVERS must know---what starts as a LOCAL NON--PROFIT is taken by a global NGO which does not have the same goals.
So, this is to where these policies on PETS is going. The intent of MOVING FORWARD is making it impossible for US 99% WE THE PEOPLE to afford or care for or house a PET CAT OR DOG.
Already we have been reading where outsourced private animal control businesses are indeed SELLING PETS OVERSEAS AS MEAT to boost PROFITS.
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- At a Wednesday meeting, Kansas City council members discussed the feasibility of outsourcing the responsibilities of the city's animal control division to the KC Pet Project. This summer, an internal audit highlighted a lack of oversight and organization within the Animal Health and Public Safety division.
San Diego County Mulls Outsourcing Animal Services Amidst ...
San Diego County is considering outsourcing its Animal Services Department to a private organization amidst criticism that the department is not run effectively. The department runs animal control and the animal shelter, and one big piece of criticism from shelter volunteers is that the shelter’s "Getting to Zero" policy is not really zero kill.
Rochester Animal Services – A 15 Year Retrospective
Over the past 15 years, Animal Services has evolved from a city pound into a progressive animal care and control agency that provides essential services, valued programs, and serves as a resource for the community. Animal Services is working diligently and persistently to address the challenges related to companion animals in Rochester.
The pros and cons of privatizing the Montclair Animal Shelter
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Palo Alto Animal Services has served the community well for 75 years--please tell City Council not to outsource us. The Palo Alto City Council has taken up the recommendation from the City Managers office to outsource Animal Control services to the Santa Clara-based Silicon Valley Animal Control Authority (SVACA) to save money and possibly relocate a car dealership to our location in the Baylands.
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Township Looks To Outsource Animal Control Department » The ...
Remove Animal Control- You take away the ability to have someone respond in the middle of the night, or when an emergency arises and you might get a company to respond sometime during the daytime hours; You can not outsource Inspections- they will be county inspectors then and monitored by no one in town..all those liaisons for these service will no longer be needed thus you can cut the township staff down.
Animal.Control Archives - AFSCME Privatization Update
At a Wednesday meeting, Kansas City council members discussed the feasibility of outsourcing the responsibilities of the city’s animal control division to the KC Pet Project. This summer, an internal audit highlighted a lack of oversight and organization within the Animal Health and Public Safety division.
Privatizing Animal Shelters - cga.ct.gov
The issues concerning outsourcing for animal sheltering are similar to those involved with privatizing other public services. They include providing adequate funding for the service, maintaining quality and financial controls, and delegating animal control enforcement responsibilities.
Category Archives: Animal.Control
Chico Animal Shelter to continue offering animal control and sheltering
Source: Dani Anguiano, Chico Enterprise-Record, March 26, 2018
The city of Chico will keep its animal control and shelter services in house. In December, the city announced it would re-examine contracting out those services and requested proposals from local groups to see what other providers could offer in regard to animal services and if that could help improve practices or cut costs. Butte Humane Society and Friends of the Chico Animal Shelter submitted proposals in response to the request, and supporters and representatives from those groups passionately made their case in letters to this newspaper and City Council members. City Manager Mark Orme made the determination not to recommend outsourcing animal control and sheltering services at this time, he said, and the matter will not come before the council unless requested. That is standard practice, Orme said, adding that one aspect of his job is to examine the viability of operations in the city on a continuous basis. …
Recently an article was published in the E-R regarding the city considering contracting out animal shelter services in the hopes of saving the city money. However, it took seven years to gain control of the shelter from the Butte Humane Society, and it wasn’t entirely to save money. BHS ran the shelter for over 25 years, and there were big problems regarding animal care and general operations and costs. Since the city took over, the shelter has been run cleanly, efficiently, with a high level of care, and the euthanasia rate has plummeted. It’s been five years since the city took over, and I think the operations are something we can be proud of. … Finally, historically speaking, relations between BHS and the city have often been strained. With all of the information I’ve personally been able to gather, it seems contracting out to BHS would result in resorting to old practices causing a detriment to the animals of our community. …
The city could be contracting out the services at the Chico Animal Shelter, as well as those provided by Animal Control. City staff will start gathering program proposals this winter and present everything to the City Council in the coming months, according to Assistant City Manager Chris Constantin. … The city may chose to contract out all, some or none of the services, and the decision will ultimately rest with the City Council. Animal Services Manager Tracy Mohr said the city animal shelter has done a fantastic job of reducing euthanasia rates and having positive outcomes for animals. … Four years ago, the city considered contracting out services at the shelter and many other departments when the city was not as financially stable. …
The RFP is the latest in recent weeks to be issued by the town and is part of several changes at the Wantagh animal shelter. Supervisor Laura Gillen previously put out an RFP that could lead to privatizing part of the shelter and the town’s animal control services. Gillen has also moved to install additional security cameras at the shelter, a move the Civil Service Employees Association Local 880 has questioned. …
This entry was posted in Animal.Control and tagged New York on April 10, 2018 by afscme.Kansas City to consider outsourcing animal control to KC Pet ProjectSource: Charlie Keegan and Sarah Plake, KSHB, November 29, 2017
At a Wednesday meeting, Kansas City council members discussed the feasibility of outsourcing the responsibilities of the city’s animal control division to the KC Pet Project. This summer, an internal audit highlighted a lack of oversight and organization within the Animal Health and Public Safety division. For example, if you called the agency about an animal cruelty case, there might not be any follow-up because the audit says the department doesn’t keep track of its investigations. City workers spoke out against the merger two council members say will help things run smoother. … A union representative with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 500 said talks of outsourcing shouldn’t even be taking place. …
Pennsylvania municipalities and regulated investor-owned utilities will benefit from legislation removing hurdles for local governments to sell water and wastewater systems, Moody’s Investors Service said. Moody’s in a report Tuesday projected more privatizations. Municipalities within the commonwealth Pennsylvania see utility sales as a way to cope with financial distress and sidestep maintenance and compliance costs. The report examined the $195 million sale of the Scranton wastewater system and the pending $162 million sale of the McKeesport wastewater system outside Pittsburgh to the Pennsylvania-American Water Company. Regulators must still approve the latter. …
Following a disastrous fire this past April, the Montclair Township Animal Shelter building on North Willow Street was deemed unfit for entry, and its future seemed vague. Though shelter operations have long since returned to the building with limited access to certain floors, contractors have worked tirelessly to return the shelter to its original state. However, at a recent council meeting, acting Township Manager Timothy Stafford said that he is looking into whether or not the best option for the municipality would be to privatize the shelter, handing its operations over to a third party. … At present, there are three feasible scenarios: One in which the township hires a new director and continues to manage the shelter through its Department of Health and Human Services, one in which the township outsources shelter management to a third party, but leases the refurbished building to that group so that the shelter stays in town, and one in which both operations and management are outsourced to another party and location. … Katz said she’s concerned that the township has not reached out to the committee for input, and worries that decisions regarding animal welfare are being made purely on a financial basis. She acknowledged that some of her concerns stem from previous attempts to privatize the shelter by former Township Manager Marc DaShield, which she described as a “secretive process.” …
Nye County Emergency Services Director Vance Payne said the use of social media by the animal shelter is helping match lost pets with their owners. Payne recently gave permission for Nye County Animal Control officers to use the medium to alert the community on lost or stray animals, and the effort is now paying off. … The action was prompted by the decision of Tails End Animal Shelter officials who canceled their contract with the county on June 30, forcing county officials to scramble in order to keep the facility running orderly. … Payne also said since the county resumed operations, the facility appears to be running more smoothly than ever. Additionally, Payne said his department is making extra effort to address the situation at the shelter…
The sad news about allegations of abuse at the Guilford County Animal Shelter is disheartening in itself. But there is also a familiar pattern here – of a public-private partnership gone wrong for lack of openness. … But the bad news is a recurring problem with the public-private model in transparency and accountability:
1. The civil rights museum collecting financial documents at the end of board meetings and keeping those meetings closed to the public.
2. The performing arts center’s reluctance to release financial information in a clear and timely manner.
3. The nonprofit United Animal Coalition, which operates the Guilford County Animal Shelter, until very recently closing its meetings to the public, even as it gets more than $1.5 million a year in county tax money.
Two Triad animal shelters are involved in an ongoing investigation into possible animal abuse and federal violations. Guilford County officials said Friday afternoon that a search warrant was served at the Davidson County Animal Shelter on July 23, and another search warrant was issued at the Guilford County Animal Shelter on July 30. Both shelters are run by a Greensboro-based nonprofit called the United Animal Coalition. Guilford County Commissioner Jeff Phillips said the possible federal violations involve the DEA. … Phillips said that, for months, commissioners have received complaints alleging abuse, a toxic work environment and nepotism from current and former employees and volunteers at the shelters.
After months of controversy and criticism regarding how the animal shelter is run, the city of Roswell has decided to look for a private company to run the shelter….“We want to embark on this relationship with those who are passionate about animals. I believe we can work together, a public-private partnership. Provide the level of service that the community wants and that the animals deserve.” said Kintigh. The city will still employ and oversee animal control officers….Janet Madsen is part of a rescue group in town called From Forgotten to Forever. She thinks there are plenty of things that need to change at the shelter. “The healthcare and the cleanliness and the fact that so many of them that we pull come out with kennel cough and different diseases. So I think they should vaccinate. There are several things that they should do releasing dogs,” said Madsen.
It took months for the county to develop a request for proposals to operate its Animal Control the Department shelter. But now it’s not at all certain that the Board of Commissioners will even solicit proposals for the work — let alone entrust it to a contractor. Commissioners deadlocked in a 4-4 vote Wednesday, Dec. 4, on issuing the proposal request for shelter services, including maintaining the grounds and shelter building and euthanizing animals.
The county has developed a request for proposals to operate its Animal Control Department shelter, but the Board of Commissioners still has to decide how far to take the privatization experiment.
Months in the making, the county wants proposals to provide shelter services, including maintaining the grounds and shelter building and euthanizing animals.
The request doesn’t specify whether the contractor should or should not offer to provide the four road officers who make up the bulk of the department. …
…Angelo said some of the problems with the request: requirements for carrying various types of insurance and requiring that the winning bidder have “significant experience” in running a similar shelter are not realistic….
The Baker County Commission decided Tuesday to pursue privatizing its vehicle fleet as a way to help fill an anticipated budget gap, nixing any changes in public works, solid waste, animal control and emergency medical services….Commissioner Jimmy Anderson, speaking before a room packed with public works employees, said county employees cared more about where they live compared to someone working for an outside company. He said that tie and their overall work ethic made privatization of most services unnecessary. Thompson said any savings a private public works force would provide would make no difference to the budget since that department’s funding can’t be used to pay down debt. The commission told Thompson to pursue his discussions with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to privatize the county’s fleet through replacing aging county vehicles at an estimated annual savings of $65,000….
KC PET PROJECT already looks to be that MOVING FORWARD global NGO societal change corporation which will indeed remove a PUBLIC goal of caring for PETS AND ANIMALS to one which manages as cheaply as possible the decline of US 99% WE THE PEOPLE as PET OWNERS. US FOREIGN ECONOMIC ZONES will be massive concrete jungles filled with global factories having no connection to CIVIL SOCIETIES. These are COLONIAL WORK STRUCTURES.
These public animal control WORKERS should be concerned---often we see the concern centered upon JOBS AND WAGES-----but, our public animal control have emphasized ANIMAL WELFARE ----over corporate sustainability which will not see spending money on PETS as a goal.
SAY BYE BYE TO THE US HUMANE SOCIETY MOVING FORWARD.
KCMO animal control workers fear losing jobs, pensions as city privatizes department
City council votes to let KC Pet Project take over KC animal control
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- A big change is taking place in the way Kansas City, Missouri, handles stray animals.
The city council has voted to move forward with a plan to turn animal control operations over to the KC Pet Project.
Councilwoman Teresa Loar said in a meeting on Thursday that this is something she’s been working on for nearly four years.
The call for change in leadership came two years after an audit found issues with the animal control division.
It was not an easy vote and tensions ran hot inside city hall.
“It is a big day,” said Tori Fugate with KC Pet Project.
It was a big day for lots of little animals.
The contract KC Pet Project won will allow them to take over animal control services for all of KC, including animal control officers.
“If they don’t want to join the team at KC Pet Project, they would have positions available to them in the city still,” said Fugate.
However, the city council meeting heated up when concern for those jobs came up.
Third District Councilor Melissa Robinson was the only no vote in earlier committee discussions.
“This is wrong,” she said. “African-Americans represent 47.6 percent of the employees who will be impacted by this privatization proposal.”
On Thursday, Robinson was still holding out for something different.
“Frankly, I wouldn’t be able to sleep at night knowing that this proposal does not allow access to proposals,” she said.
Despite “no” votes from Robinson and fellow Third District Councilman Brandon Ellington, the resolution passed.
Fugate said animal control employees can apply for the new positions that will come up when Pet Project takes over. They hope to have the services transitioned by the end of the year, but it has to go through negotiations first.
We shared the public policy trending towards PET OWNERS needing to prove they can access a VET ergo, having disposable income and/or PET INSURANCE. We discussed as well the movement towards people working longer hours needing PET WALKERS/SURREGATE CARETAKERS------
The answer to some of this is ----BRING YOUR PET TO WORK-------if one works 12-15 hours day bring FIDO to work with you. That policy will not last long. It is not good for PETS to spend each day at a workplace.
UNITED NATIONS CORPORATE SUSTAINABILITY GOALS ARE ELIMINATING INDUSTRIES WHICH LOWER CORPORATE PROFIT AND USE RESOURCES NEEDED FOR INDUSTRY.
'Pet industry spending topped US$66 billion in 2016 ...
Pet industry spending for 2016 came in at a record high US$66.75 billion, up from US$60.28 billion in 2015, or a 10.7 percent growth. APPA’s annual comprehensive industry figures report covers pet spending in the market categories of: food, supplies/over-the-counter (OTC) medications, veterinary care, live animal purchases and other services'.
TOP WORK INDUSTRIES FOR OUR PETS?
We are seeing a shift from PETS waiting at home for their OWNERS---to PETS AS WORKERS. That is the goal of MOVING FORWARD------there is no need to own PETS for US 99% WE THE PEOPLE.
The Rising Trend of Pets at Work
Before you set up a desk for Fido, have you thought through what this really means for your office?
- By Krystal D'Costa on May 11, 2017
These goals do not bode well for CATS AS PETS.
phrases - Meaning of "herding the cats"
- English Language ...
With everyone so indecisive, keeping the group going was like herding cats. You use the expression to refer to a failure of a collection of people to behave, or be led, as a united whole. The idea behind the expression is that cats aren't herd animals, so you're trying to elicit a behaviour from creatures incapable of it.
As a CAT OWNER I am aware that none of the PETS AS WORKERS include CATS----CATS cannot HERD SHEEP.
Top 10 Jobs for Dogs
August 26, 2013
There’s a very good reason dogs have been given the reputation of “man’s best friend”, so we thought it would be appropriate to acknowledge our four-legged friends for all the work they do.We count on our pups to sit at our feet at dinner, bark when someone is coming to the door, and run by our sides when it’s time for a jog, but they do a lot more than that. Every day dogs are trained and hired to be members of the professional world. They have jobs too! Only as much more noble creatures than humans (generally speaking) instead of a paycheck they ask for payment in belly scratches, long walks, and extra bones. Here are the top jobs for dogs.Guide Dogs: The first school for guide dogs was established in Germany after World War I in order to assist soldiers that had been blinded or injured during the war. These dogs act as the pilots of their handler’s lives. Common breeds include Labradors, golden retrievers, and German shepherds. There are approximately 8,000-20,000 active service pups working each day.
Dogs have been used in combat since ancient times. Today’s war dogs have a 98% success rate in bomb detection making them incredible assets in providing safety to their battalions. Military dogs have also been said to reduce PTSD symptoms if they are able to return home with their partners – there are now tons of war dog adoption programs.
A therapy dog’s sole purpose is to make people feel better. You’ll see them walking the halls of hospitals, retirement homes, classrooms, hospices, nursing homes, and disaster relief areas. Therapy dogs make people feel comfortable with physical contact they may not be used to and as a result make their treatment easier. It’s a special pup chosen for this job; they need to be extra gentle and calm.
You know that ONE dog at the park, constantly trying to round up the rest of the dogs by barking and running in circles? Don’t hold it against, him it’s in his DNA… and he thinks your dog is a sheep, or a cow. Herding dogs maintain control over livestock, rounding them up when it’s time to get back to farm. Talk about having influence, these dogs can gather up to hundreds of livestock at a time.
Everyone has their favorite movie about a dog. These canines go through rigorous training to become the star of the show. Acting dogs come in all shapes in sizes, but one thing they all have in common in the amazing ability to take direction and melt our hearts. Want to be reminded of some of the best movie dogs? Check this out!
Search and Rescue Dogs:
Pair an amazing sense of smell and direction with amazing bravery and you’ve got yourself a search and rescue dog. These heroes go into serious disaster situations to retrieve lost humans. And that’s just their day jobs…
These sleuths can find just about anything they’re trained to, from drugs to explosives, specific foods, humans, and even money. Detection dogs can be employed at airports, police stations, borders, and schools.
Tracking and Hunting Dogs:
Hounds, terriers, and dachshunds are the most popular types of hunting and tracking dogs. These dogs are trained to be the eyes, ears, and retrievers for their human companions. These dogs are not only impressive because of their ability to track, but also they don’t chew their prey to pieces… like my Rottweilers would.
Imagine a pack of of dogs having the strength, discipline, and organization to effectively pull a sled full of goods and humans through the coldest winds and harshest snows. Sled dogs have unmatchable resilience and many people in the most northern corners of the world rely on them solely for transportation and deliveries of crucial goods, like medicine.
Best Friend Dogs:
This is the most common dog job. As the world’s first domesticated animal, dogs have a long history of being by humans’ side – doing everything from working hard to hanging out. There is no question that nothing compares to the relationship between a human and their pup. I mean, my dogs love me so much they’re happy to come to work even when they don’t have to.
Jobs for Dogs
According to the American Pet Product Association in the US alone, people spent $55.33 billion on their pets, and 56.7 million US households have dogs. As if those massive numbers aren’t proof enough that dogs are the most beloved creatures, anyone who owns or loves a dog knows you can’t put a dollar sign on the relationships they build. The diversity of tasks and jobs that dogs can do is a testament to the kind of creature they are. My advice to you, find an office that will let you take your pooch to work.