With the recent advent of dogs modelling menswear, it was only a matter of time before dogs came complete with briefcases, a cell phone, and their own Starbucks orders. They already have Twitter accounts, their own websites and email addresses (or two), and a television channel for canine viewing pleasure only, so what’s left before dogs can take the workplace and world by storm?
Enter Cathy Klein, a professional dog resume writer. Yes, you read that right. Cathy is a freelance graphic designer, with three dogs of her own, and she’ll write your dog a resume.
Before you start scratching your head (or rolling your eyes), consider this: Have you ever moved and needed a “graceful way” to introduce your dog to prospective landlords? I can see how a dog resume could come in handy.
Whether you use a dog resume to get a leg up on the competition for an apartment rental or not, Cathy’s designs are pretty darn cute. But you could create one on your own, easily, and a lot more affordably. We all know dogs have their unique sets of special skills.
What do you think? Are you yay or nay for the dog resume? What would you put under “Education” for your dog?: “M.D.” for Master Digger? I’m anxious to hear what you all come up with on this one…and where you stand. Let me know in the comments!