The Southern Vintage Canine Team
We are crazy dog people around here. One benefit of running a family business out of your home is that your dogs get to be your assistants. With my parents' dogs and mine, it's always a party! We know there are other dog lovers out there, so we thought you might enjoy this adorable collection of our helpers in action.
Before you judge - dogs are not allowed on the rental furniture. However, you'll see that we are guilty of snapping some photos of their cuteness before we shoo them off of the inventory. The resulting photos are worth the effort required to clean the furniture afterward.
Meet Nana the Saint Bernard. Our inventory photo sessions have followed Nana from a teeny fluff-ball to her current giant goofiness. Nana loves playing chase, standing in the pool, and sleeping in people's laps. Nana belongs to Jenna, and lives in Savannah, but we cherish our visits with her!
Lucy the Bloodhound, owned by Holly and Bill (Mom and Dad), is quite the droopy terror. All wrinkles, slobber, energy, and destruction - Lucy makes sure there's never a dull moment.
Next up - Leo, the rescue pup (also Holly and Bill's)!
Leo loves rainbow colors, his dad, fancy collars, and ripping tennis balls to shreds.
Toby and CJ (Mom and Dad's as well) don't make appearances as often.
During our last round of inventory photos, even they joined the fun!
Now for my two love bugs!
Molly Monster is one of my two Greater Swiss Mountain Dog helpers. Molly is a princess who loves her hedgie and her new baby brother, is a sweet snuggler, and has killer spin moves.
My second Swiss helper is Molly's momma pup, Eliza Jane. Eliza is my most loyal (read: clingy) helper. She has a major sweet tooth, is a huge teddy bear, and the very best smile.
Sometimes we are lucky enough to get multiple helpers!
The purple princess chair is the most popular chair with our assistants.
We wouldn't trade our furry helpers for the world! Thanks for humoring my need to share a million dog photos. Now to train our newest employee (pictured below)!
Anybody else out there have special helpers?
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