These Pets Have '9 to 5' Jobs That Are Cooler Than Yours!

In honor of National Pet Week, we wanted to share stories about a special group of hard working furry friends. We at OnlyGood TV, celebrate pets and their adventures with their families today!


1. Jake the Firefighter

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Years after being rescued from a fire, this Pitbull Mix was deemed an official firefighter by the Hanahan, South Carolina Mayor.

Learn more about Jake at: https://www.facebook.com/JaketheFirePibble/


2. Lulu The Funeral Dog

Ballard Durand Funeral Home

They say dogs can sense when humans are upset and try to comfort them. That's exactly what this Goldendoodle does at her owner's funeral home.

Learn more at: https://ballarddurand.com/lulu/


3. Norbert the Author

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This 3lb dog is famous for his high fives, little pink tongue, inspiring children, and his own book series. He's also quite the matchmaker!

Learn more about Norbert at: https://www.norberthood.com/


4. Arbor The Painter

FB: Go Vegas Dog

This former shelter dog knows her way around a palette and easel! She paints from the heart to raise money and awareness for both animal and human issues.

Follow Arbor on Facebook here at: Facebook.com/GoVegasDog


5. Senior Kitten Companions

FB: Catalina Springs Memory Care kittens

This partnership between Pima Animal Care Center and Catalina Spring Memory Care Center gives senior citizens the chance to nurture prenatal kittens and relive childhood memories.

Learn more at: https://catalinaspringsmemorycare.com/


6. Gizmo the Pawesome Reader!

FB: Gizmo The Therapy Dog

This therapy dog is a great listener! He helps kids overcome their fear of reading aloud through a program at a Connecticut Library.

Learn more at: https://www.gizmo4mentalhealth.org/


7. Karl the Lawyer

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Testifying in court can be stressful for kids but with this deaf dog who knows sign language at their side, it makes the day easier.

Learn more at: https://www.ninthcircuit.org/about/programs/k9th-circuit-program


8. Miniature Hospital Horses

FB: Gentle Carousel

These tiny, gentle equines visit hospitals, hospice programs, and police and fire stations to soothe the pain from traumatic events. They may not talk but they are great at schools and libraries, inspiring kids to read.

Learn more at: https://gentlecarouseltherapyhorses.com/


9. Spartacus the Best Friend

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This 125lb Akita is helping heal this little girl, who attended Sandy Hook Elementary School. They are BFFs who love to be together without having to say a word.

Learn more at: https://petpartners.org/


10. Café Companion Cats

Orlando Cat Cafe

The Cat Café not only refreshes the body, but brightens the soul. Visit the Cat Play Area where 10-15 cute kitties will cuddle, play, and make your day. Adopters are very welcome!

Learn more at: https://www.orlandocatcafe.com/


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