Meet the dog who works in a London hotel!

Thursday 02 April 2015

Yes, that’s right – a dog.

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His name is Waggers; he’s a labradoodle puppy, and he’s absolutely gorgeous.

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His owner, Giovanni Valentini, is the manager of Staybridge Suites in London’s Vauxhall, and he decided to bring Waggers into work one day.

Waggers the hotel dog

The cute pup immediately hit it off with all the staff and particularly resonated with the guests.

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Giovanni decided to employ Waggers full time as a Guest Service Representative and now Waggers plays an important role in stress relief for all guests.

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He also helps out around the hotel. He loves to assist guests with their luggage.

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And after breakfast every morning he goes in and hoovers up all the crumbs from under the tables before walking it off in the park.

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The bow tie is the uniform he wears while on probation. If he passes that, he’ll get the proper uniform of a T-shirt with the Staybridge Suites logo. We reckon he’ll look really smart then.

Waggers the hotel dog

Staybridge Suites Vauxhall  offers fully equipped apartment suites, ideal for guests wishing to stay longer in the city. They come with their own high spec kitchen, spacious bathroom, Apple TV and individual Wi-Fi.

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