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Here Are 15 Furnominal Working Dogs

A man’s dog is his best worker as well as his best friend. The working dogs, that’s right! As a species, dogs are incredibly intelligent and possess a..

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Dogs are not just a man’s best friend but also a man’s best employee.

The working dogs, that’s right! Dogs are a remarkably astute species with many latent abilities. A willing trainer is all it takes to see these people flourish in any endeavour. There are many reasons to get a dog, but those reasons multiply when we consider the dogs that can also help us out in the workplace. It’s common knowledge that dogs thrive in dynamic settings and enjoy a variety of tasks.

It’s impossible to find a human replacement for some dogs in the workforce. Nobody would want to leave, though, because, let’s face it, such cute little workers are hard to come by. So here are 15 pictures of working dogs who are experts at what they do. Start scrolling right now and prepare to be amazed!

1. Let’s start with one of the most heartbreaking events of all times, 9/11! Dogs played a very vital role in helping to find the survivors!

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2. This adorable pupper donated his blood to save the life of a little pup!

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3. Here’s the Mayor of Idyllwild, California. We are talking about the dog and his name is Max.

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4. Dogs are great hunters!

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5. You don’t need a toolbox anymore because this little adorable helper is all that you need.

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6. Ever wondered how the animals in the game look so realistic? Well, here are the pups in motion capture suits doing their jobs!

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7. “Bingo, the U.S. Coast Guard explosives detection dog. His helmet includes mounts that can be used for a camera or a light.”

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Please don’t let these working dogs give you a complex about your own worth. In all seriousness, service dogs can be a great asset to people who are disabled. Their warnings are often lifesaving for people with epilepsy and dysautonomia. The majority of their work, however, consists of mundane errands around the house, like turning on appliances and providing support for their owner as they stand, walk, or transfer out of a wheelchair.

8. “Average size for an Oregon black truffle is between 1 and 2 ounces. Today Rhu found a perfect 7.0 ounce truffle!”

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9. “Meet Aspen! She is one of the goodest therapy dogs I’ve ever met. My son had a skiing accident and Aspen came to meet him!”

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10. This adorable little pupper is being trained to help a child with autism.

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11. “Here’s Teddy! He is the official greeter at my store and has a list of his own FAQ!”

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12. Meet one of the most handsome pups, Max! He’s with the firehouse crew and assists them in every possible way!

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13. Here’s an adorable picture of Wes. His job is to protect a flock of lambs and have fun with them.

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14. This cool guy works as an expert bomb sniffer at the airport! Also, you can’t pet him because he’s just too cool for you.

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Socialization, behaviour modification, and disability-specific training are all part of a service dog’s formal education. In addition, service dogs spend two years in training before being placed with a person who has a disability. When was the last time you saw a service dog or had one as a pet? Leave a comment and tell us about it.

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