Tip #1: Don't leave your tail/tail feathers in the path of wheelie chairs. Ouch!
|Chewy keeps his tail safely against the wall, away from evil chairs|
Tip #2: Let the humans work...to a point. They need to make money to buy you food, and toys, and treats... A good use of that time is to nap, chew, or even groom your fluff.
Tip # 3: Don't be afraid to express just how bored you are. Maybe someone will take pity and play with you. Or better yet, rub your belly!
Tip #4: Bring over a toy to subtly hint that it's playtime. If they don't get it the first time, bring more!
Tip #5: Rest your head on armrests to get people to pet you. If that doesn't work, jump on their laps. They love that!
Tip #6: Things will get stuck under the copier. It's a fact of office dog life. Just lie there sadly staring under it until someone rescues your toy/chew/treat.
Tip #7: As an office dog, your job is of utmost importance: to keep all the employees happy! Check on them periodically. See if anyone needs to go on walkies or play fetch.
Tip #8: Sometimes visitors are afraid of dogs, and you'll get put behind a baby gate or perhaps in a crate. Work those innocent puppy eyes and waggy tail as best as you can. If that doesn't get them, it's ok. Someone fun will come along eventually!