Have you ever wondered what career path your dog would take if she was a human? Mom works from home, so we hang out with her all day. She often asks us to help out with her work load, but we never do. I think it is a lack of interest in her business. Real estate is boring for us, and for Mom, but it is what she knows. What would motivate us to get out into the work force if we were humans?
I’m very talented, and kind of full of myself. I do modeling, and I run my own blogging empire. These jobs are all great for a hound, but what if I was a human? A career in accounting would be the right path for me! No doubt, I would be a CPA, because I am very smart. I love to work on my own, I’m good with numbers, never try to short me with treats, I don’t ever hurry, and I’m very detail oriented. Mom says I’m extremely honest, focused, and pressure never gets to me. I could see myself befriending numbers day in and day out. What do you think?
How about the wild child in the family, Bailie? Did you know my mom was a flight attendant for eleven years? Bailie hears stories about all those years from Mom, and she is sure flying would be the right job for her. What qualifies her to be a waitress in the sky? She tends to be lazy, and prefers to work as little as possible. Mom loved only working ten to twelve days a month, and getting paid for a full time job. I don’t think the job is like it was when my mom was flying, but Bailie thinks the wild parties around the world on layovers would suit her well. We all know she is super friendly, and loves adventure. My only concern is that she might tear up seat cushions if she gets to excited about something inflight! Can you imagine Bailie offering you chicken or beef on your next flight?
Last but not least, little Madison needs a career path. She is our tech hound, but Madison, like Bailie, is very social. Being locked up with computers all day long would not be for her. After a lot of thought, Madison has decided she would like to work for a non profit company helping others. She enjoys working hard, and is not at all interested in a lot of pay. Working to help others would be reward enough for her.
Have your pets ever given any thought to what they would choose for a career path if they were human?