Sunday, February 08, 2015

Puppy employed to greet guests at hotel

A puppy has become the latest member of staff at a hotel.

Waggers, a three-month-old miniature labradoodle, has had training to ensure he adapts to his role and way of life as part of the reception team.

The Staybridge Suites in Vauxhall, south London, said it is the first hotel to appoint a dog as a staff member.

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Hotel manager Giovanni Valentini said: "Labradoodles are renowned to be sociable, obedient dogs who enjoy company and have a loving temperament. Waggers has integrated well and is quickly adapting to hotel life. He is most definitely a wonderful furry asset to the team."


BoS said...

A house without coprophillic, noisey, bitey, aggressive things is, I think you'll find, a home.

Thanks for the heads up, will never stay there.

Barbwire said...

BoS, you don't know what you're missing!

BoS said...

I wasn't being serious, Barbwire. I like to try some gentle trolling at times. And now the jig is up! ;o)