MANY people know what their dream career would be – but one woman’s job could certainly take the (dog) biscuit.
Olivia Thompson is an official “dog chaperone” for weddings, and she gets paid up to £290 to bring your pooch to your ceremony.
The dog-obsessed woman shared a “day in her life” video, and it has racked up nearly 10,000 likes.
Olivia shared how she first picked up a wedding couple’s adorable Labrador Neo and gave him a walk before the ceremony.
Then it was time for the nuptials to begin, and she wrote: “We actually had to walk down the aisle together and then he sat down until the bride came down the aisle.
“Then I took him outside.”
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Olivia – also known as The Dog Lady – then toured around the stunning venue with Neo while the ceremony finished.
The bride and groom wanted some professional shots with Neo, so Olivia looked after him until his starring moment.
She said: “I help assist with the photographs with the photographer so they don’t have to stress about getting a good photo.”
Next, Olivia went to feed Neo and give him a bit of a sit down as it had been an “intense afternoon”, and she passed the time watching a movie.
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When he had woken up, it was time to take him out to play with guests.
Olivia runs two wedding packages: a £190 silver option or a £290 gold one.
The silver ones involves two hours of “chaperone and care”, while the gold offers five hours.
She also includes pick up and drop off in her services.
As well as being a “dog chaperone for weddings”, she also is a professional dog walker, charging £25 a day for daycare and £18 an hour for solo walks.
Her video has racked up over 175,000 views, and people were amazed.
One wrote: “Wait what. You’re telling me I could be doing this for a living.”
Another added: “My dream job”.
A third commented: “THIS IS A JOB?!”
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