Ever since companies have imposed work-from-home schemes, fur parents have been having a hard time adjusting to their new workplace. After all, it can get quite frustrating to concentrate when furry paws are running around. So to keep her workspace noise-free, this fur mom taught her dogs how to keep quiet in the most adorable way.
Rochelle Andonian is among the many employees who now work remotely to avoid the coronavirus infection. This shouldn’t have been a problem as anything she does in the office can also be done in the comforts of her home, thanks to technology.
However, the problem lies with her two bubbly Golden Retrievers who seemed to have misunderstood their fur mom’s 24/7 presence in the home. The way Bling and Salty see it, Rochelle staying home meant more playtime and more cuddling.
So whenever Rochelle is on the phone with her clients or co-workers, the two pups would casually waltz into her home office and cuddle with her. They would often bring their tennis ball, too, and ask Rochelle for a quick game of fetch.
Rochelle somehow managed to pull through the adorable distractions, though. But one thing that she couldn’t handle was the constant barking. Every time she is on a call with her team, Bling and Salty would bark out of nowhere, distracting her and her colleagues.
So one day, she thought of a hilarious way to tell her pups when to bark and when to keep quiet in the house. With the help of a visual aid, Rochelle told her pooches that no barking is allowed when she is on her headphones. She sat the two pups in the office and presented to them the new house rules.
Salty and Bling patiently listened throughout the presentation, and it seemed like they took the message to heart. Look at the adorable duo here dutifully listening to their fur mom.
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