25 Independent Dogs Who Found The Best Jobs For A Living
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25 Independent Dogs Who Found The Best Jobs For A Living

  • By Murtaza
  • 6 months ago
  • 4 minutes read

Dogs can be independent animals and they can be assigned to assist their humans.

In the current age, not only humans can mold their lives in accordance with their jobs but the freedom to work has been extended to our furry, good boys too.  Everyone assumes that animals are needed to be petted, loved, and cared for. Of course, they do deserve love and affection but these animals can prove to be worthy of some human jobs. Not only making them independent but also proving they can hold their own in their given job circumstances. Hence they can actually be a service to society.  These dogs are strong. They are determined and loyal to not only their owners but their work too.

So we’ve gathered 25 dogs who found themselves a job they’re persistent with and do not need any humans to prove they are worthy for their said jobs. These dogs are independent and they hold their own in these jobs without any human assistance. Scroll down to take a look at these hardworking dogs.

Officer Max got a birthday thrown by the police department.

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Meet Biscuit, the staff morale officer.

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5-year-old officer, Niko, getting trained for some real-world action.

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Frankie, the therapy dog, youngest out of 6.

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Future therapy dogs in the training.

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The one type of assistance you can’t avoid.

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Look at his cute little shoes.

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Therapy dogs awaiting to give therapy.

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This print shop dedicated a counter to this dog.

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This good boy will give you good medical assistance.

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The one service provider you won’t hang upon.

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Soon to be a full-fledged officer.

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Sailor puppy knows his way around the sea.

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Willie the security dog is up there in the ranks.

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This service dog will actually check up on you more than humans.

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You don’t have to worry about your post office stamps when he’s there to lick them.

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He looks very happy with his work and oversized shirt.

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This puppy goes all the way through the skiing track and helps those in need.

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If you see him cruising around, don’t forget to call him a good boy.

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This ski patrol doggy has it all covered.

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As you can see, these dogs are providing their services to everyone and they’re helping society as well. Since they’re all trained well in what they do, it shows loyalty to workflow ethics and an unbiased approach towards help. But we’re only halfway there, take a look at more dogs providing services.

Always on the lookout.

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Mayor Max has got it all covered.

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When you need your teddy bear for help.

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Rusty’s dedication to work got him a painting by the hospital staff.

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Potential officers getting ready to take the duty.

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Have you ever come across a service dog? What are your opinions on them? Let us know in the comment section below.

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