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What is so amazing about Jonathan Miller who is the owner of “Miller’s Menagerie” which is San Francisco California is that Miller earns a living by walking the dogs of stranger for a fee.
However one of his clients that did not give out his name owns a dog named Calli. Since Calli’s owner was laid off his job recently, he had to tell Jonathan the bad news that since he could pay Jonathan his fee to walk his dog Callie, he would have to not allow to walk with Jonathan until he would find another job.
What Jonathan did for the owner of Calli was make an offer that he could not turn down. Jonathan likes to Calli so much that he offered to walk Calli free of charge until the man who is currently employed can land another job soon.
Callie’s owner then told Jonathan through his Instagram account that he would accept the offer from Jonathan to walk his dog Callie for free until he lands another job.
It is nice to see some businessmen assist people in need when fate throws them a curve ball like a layoff from his employment.
Lol, grat photo! Dogs in the photos are so intelligent. That’s their tongue and snout.
Dogs are very clever animals. Every dog that I have known has their own unique way of getting my attention.
That is true since I guess he believes that the unemployed man will find work soon.
Thats great to hear. We had the old type of ASB Bank that when you were employed by them, the Bank looked after the staff and it was a bank for the people. They still help a lot of people.
My Dad was a bank manager and later executive. They used to have bank picnics with prizes for children, and bank parties where someone dressed up as Santa and every child 12 and under got a Christmas present. They were good presents.
I like those kind of businesses.
I read that part, and partially understand it
It all depends on the owner of the business if he or she is willing to cut some slack on someone who has a hit a bump on the road.
I just remember my father warning me about mixing business with pleasure…
That is the same advice Ricky Ricardo (Desi Arnaz Sr. RIP) mentioned in the I Love Lucy episode called “Do Not Do Business With Friends And Relatives.”
You wouldn’t think he had such business aucmen
this helped me understand some of the deeper functions of our society
The reason Jonathan gave his client a break is because he likes his dog Calli a lot.