Texas doggie park offers $100 per hour to people who can come pet their puppies
A doggie park in Texas called MUTTS Canine Cantina posted a job position on their Instagram account where they offered $100 per hour for the applicants. All the potential employee has to do is pet dogs all day.
Many people find comfort in being around dogs. It cheers them up. For those dog lovers out there, the doggie park’s offer could have been perfect for you since you’ll be paid while having fun with the pooches.
The viral ad by the MUTTS Canine Cantina was published in late October, and they set the deadline for the applicants until November 12. Many people were excited over the idea of petting dogs all day as a job.
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MUTTS Canine Cantina is an off-leash park where people can eat and drink. The park previously announced that they were accepting applications for their first “Puptern” at their locations in Dallas and Fort Worth.
According to the job posting, the fall intern will receive $100 per hour to spend time with the puppies and their owners at the park.
The applicants needed to be at least 18 years old and had to be pet allergy-free.
To join, all they had to do was post a photo or video on Instagram showing MUTTS Canine Cantina that they are perfect for the position. The doggie park also encouraged the applicants to be creative with their applications.
"Show us your puppy petting skills! Do you have what it takes to be the first-ever MUTTS Puptern at our brand new location in Fort Worth?” the doggie park wrote on their Instagram post.
Speaking with ABC News, the owner of MUTTS, Kyle Noonan, said they would pick one person perfect for the job, but they might add a couple more shortly.
"This is a legit dream internship,” said Noonan. "Just a fun concept where we get to be creative and work outside the box."
We will have to wait and see who they picked as the perfect “puptern.”
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The poor dog was trying to revive the other and wouldn’t leave its side.