A personalised pet company is offering one lucky dog the chance to earn up to £10,000 and drink free doggy beer – all they need to do is be a natural in front of the camera
A pet company is offering a rare opportunity for a dog to get a job and earn up to £10,000. Yappy.com, the online personalised store for pets and their owners, is recruiting a new canine to become the face of the brand. As well as earning up to £1,000 a month, the North West company also serves dog-friendly beer on Fridays.
The pooch must be a natural behind the camera and enjoy showing off their best poses, sassy struts, tail wags and tricks. The role of ‘chief fluff officer’ will involve testing out fun and fabulous products while filming content. Ideally the pup will have two social media accounts and experience with TikTok trends and taking Insta-worthy photos.
How to apply to the role:
- Pop over to yappy.com/uk and create a profile for your dog
- Post a photo, reel or video of your pup on Instagram or TikTok and tag @yappy_com, explain why they deserve to be hired and add #ChiefFluffOfficer to your post
- Submit your dog’s name and breed, your full name, email address and location to [email protected] , along with your dog’s social accounts and a link to your post
As well as a decent pay packet, the winning dog will also receive employee benefits, including free health supplements, walk to work scheme, Christmas bonus and free doggy beer on Fridays.
The closing date to apply is November 18 and all successful candidates will be contacted shortly after.
If your pet is a fan of doggy beer, you may want to pay a visit to Britain’s best pub for pooches, where dog-friendly pints are served straight from the barrel.
The Bellflower in Garstang, Lancashire, has been crowned the nation’s most dog-friendly pub in the Great British Pub Awards – and it’s no surprise with treats, bowls, charitable toys and water dispensed from ale and lager barrels.
The abundance of pet toys also scored points with the judges, but it was the sale of balls to raise money for a local animal charity that firmly secured its place as the winner.
Ed Bedington, head judge of the Great British Pub Awards, said: “The Bellflower takes its commitment to being a dog-friendly venue seriously in ensuring all members of the public – human or dog – feel fully welcomed as soon as they step inside.”