Spending more time at home means more time with your dog, but they can sometimes get in the way and distract you from your work. Here are some of our most common experiences while working from home with our dogs.
Do you mute yourself and tell your dog to be quiet or just whisper “shh” and hope they stop?
You’ve probably mastered the art of waving at your dog to get them to stop while keeping the rest of your body looking professional.
You probably got so sick of saying “Sorry, that’s my dog playing” on work calls.
Please just stay still. Please just stay still!
Ok, I can take another break to play. But just five minutes this time!
They just don’t seem to understand that you’re home all the time to work and not to play with them.
Having to say things like: “Yes, I have the file up in front of me,” when you almost certainly do not.
Sometimes it’s just best to face the reality that everyone’s experiencing the same thing.