One Reason I Love What I Do
This was my first pet sitting assignment with Cash, so I’m not real familiar with his neighborhood. He and his family live in a subdivision, all the streets look the same. I normally stick to a very basic route, but it was a nice cool morning, great for a walk, so I decided to venture out a bit.
Cash and I were enjoying our walk, but I soon discovered we’d somehow missed the turn to Cash’s street. At one point Cash had tried to make a turn, but being a stubborn human, I led him back down the main path. We walked a little further and I knew we’d gone too far.
I told Cash to take us home, and being a dog in the know he did just that! He’d tried to steer me in the right direction the first time but I didn’t pay attention. Cash knew best, and as we turned down his street I thanked him profusely for his help. He didn’t say “I told you so” like a human would, he just gave me a nice doggy smile and a tail wag as if to say “You’re welcome!”
Pet clients rock!