Most of us have dogs that create messes (but we love them anyway). Some of us are ever-so-slightly more fortunate and have dogs that like to clean ’em up. Or, at least they like to try. Pretending to be a mop counts for something, right?
“LOL, we really fooled you! We’re not mops—we’re Pulis!”
Clean Up, Clean Up…
Great, now we have that “Barney” song stuck in our heads. “Clean up, clean up, everybody everywhere. Clean up, clean up, everybody do your share…”
We’re starting to think maybe he should be cleaning for something else. Like evil spirits.
This poodle is very French. “Be our guest! Be our guest! Put our service to the test…”
SURPRISE, I’m not a Mop!
Definitely not a mop. Though the caution sign could have fooled us.
Just bustin’ dust. NBD.
Vacuuming scares us, too. But we could probably get into it if all we had to do was sit on a little robot ride. Keep on keepin’ on, Boston terrier.
As much as we appreciate the sentiment, there’s something very unsanitary about having your dog do the dishes. We’ve all seen the places those tongues wind up.
So Fresh, So Clean
The oh-so-slippery floor, the thrill of chasing the ever-elusive blue mop strips—really, what’s not to love about chores?
Aaand the “Barney” song has been replaced with “The Big Comfy Couch” flashbacks.
Baron the German Shepherd
This guy does it all. Swiffering…
AND vacuuming. Dream dog much?
We’re pretty sure half these dogs have been seriously inspired by lots and lots of treats and belly rubs. But hey, at least the carpets look good. Now it’s time to put your dog to work!
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