We have been absolutely overwhelmed with all of the adorable photos of Petworking pooches. Well done to the humans out there who are championing their four-legged friends. From salon dogs to plumber’s dogs, no profession goes unnoticed in the world of Petworking.
This will be our final post before we announce our first Petworking event, so watch this space humans!
Lisa Lyons sharing her pet-sitting duties. Meet the beautiful Cooper.
What a well-behaved boy. Meet Murphy from Urban Earth.
This is the very aptly named Scrumpy who ‘works’ at the Volunteer Inn in Ottery with his humans.
The only petworking pussy for this feature, meet the Bengal beauty who frequents Grow’s car park. I’ve named her Squeaks, because of her entirely pathetic meow. If you live near Pynes Hill and recognise this beauty, get in touch!
Daisy is not your average Salon pooch. Her owner, Samantha Lelliott, says Daisy loves meeting customers at Topsham’s beauty lounge.
Lynne Saunders’ daughter Paris with her dog Tyrion, being, just Tyrion! He’s a jug and a dwarf with attitude like the Lannister he’s named after.
Just look at those eyes. Meet Megan, belonging to Sharon Mitchell from Somerset County Show. Megan loves chasing rabbits!
Guaranteed to make you coo with her cuteness, this is Penelope aka Nelly. She belongs to Sarah Parks who says that Nelly is the reason she is looking for a new work from home position or a company that offers petworking. She thinks more companies in the South West should offer petworking. We couldn’t agree more Sarah.
Rowena, our Distributions Manager and Chief Recruiter for Petworking (the latter is her informal title) met this little guy, Rogue, at Cross Fit Tivvy.
Here we have Neil Harris’s gorgeous dog, Doug the Pug aka ultra old pug!
We had the pleasure of meeting Nala at the office today. She came in with her human Nathan, who works for South Coast Plumbing and Heating. Nala doesn’t always come to work with Nathan so we were very lucky to meet her!
Emma-Jane Lineham and her salon dog Barney. Emma-Jane owns Viva on Fore Street and commutes to work via train with Barney every morning. He meets and greets the clients, who adore him, and even leads them to the sofa to wait. The best part of his day is deciding whose lap to sit on. Barney has an extensive seasonal wardrobe and has been coming to the salon since he was eleven weeks old.
Meet Chip who loves coming to work at Grooming Marvellous with his owner Kim Pannell.