Just Dogs! Just Volunteers! Just Sleep!

Posted November 07, 2008

Just Dogs! Just Volunteers! Just Sleep!

Max and Mollie spent the day as volunteer workers, but instead of "will work for treats" demands changed to "will work for West Paw Bumper Beds®!"

Volunteer Dog crew

A friend was opening a new "Just Dogs! Gourmet store" in Shreveport, LA and Max, Mollie, and their owner Sharon spent the day as volunteer workers. Max, the westie, and Mollie, the scotty, found that once you got in a West Paw Design bed....you couldn't get out....and if for some reason, you did get out, you needed to get back in as soon as possible so you didn't lose your space (it appears that there's no "save my seat" in the dog world).

Volunteer Dog crew Max daydreaming

Even though the dogs were caught "sleeping on the job" - the store owner invited them back a second day to volunteer again. Sharon wished she would have taken pictures because Max and Mollie went straight back to the bed (still in the cubby) and slept until mid afternoon.

With Mixed feelings, Sharon writes West Paw:

"I love you and curse you - because now I have to buy one of the beds and find someplace to put it in my tiny apartment! (but Max and Mollie thank you profusely)

Great products!

Max and Mollie sleeping on the job

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