Charity Jesionowski adores dogs (as most of us do) and when she began to work at a local drive-through coffee stand about six months ago — she was elated to discover how many dogs pass through the drive-through each day with their human counterparts.
“I live in a very dog-friendly community so if I had to guess, I see about 30 dogs a day,” Jesionowski shared with The Dodo.
Jesionowski quickly began to learn all of the regular dogs’ names and got into the habit of snapping photos of all her furry customers — and she does this every day she is at work.
“Sometimes it gets busy so I don’t have time to take pictures of all of them but we ALWAYS make sure they get a treat,” Jesionowski said.
That being said, Jesionowski makes sure that her photo-taking never gets in the way of her job and is able to work in her tiny photo shoots throughout the day while slinging coffee and delicious treats.
The doggos who pass through the stand come in all shapes and sizes but each and every one are just as excited to see Jesionowski and her coworkers.
“There are regulars who always bring their dog with them and we always greet the dog by name,” Jesionowski said. “More often we know the dog’s name and not the human’s. There is the English bulldog named ‘Richie’ and he knows I am the one who gives him treats so when he comes in he just stares at me and no one else.”
Jesionowski adores each and every pup and wants to capture the moment of their adorable expressions as they patiently wait for treats.
“I am a dog person through and through so I make it personal about making sure all the doggos get treats,” Jesionowski said. “It’s a big part of their little world and I love being a part of that!”
So which type are you? A dog lover or a cat lover?
There are plenty of stereotypes that suggest that a “dog person” is wildly different than their personality traits compared to a “cat person,” as a typical dog lover has been described as “loyal, direct, kind, faithful, utilitarian, helpful, and a team player.”
While a cat person was said to be “graceful, subtle, independent, intelligent, thoughtful and mysterious.”
Not to say that one is better than the other but according to a 2010 study, these beliefs may actually have some truth behind them.
In an online survey of over 4,500 people, most who self-identified as a “dog person,” were more extroverted, agreeable and conscientious compared to those who self-identified as a “cat person.”
While cat persons were found to also be more open to experience and more neurotic than dog persons.
And while the reasons behind the major differences between dog and cat people are not truly known — one explanation of these above findings could be that the respective behavioral characters of dogs and cats may appeal to those with compatible personality traits.
I think we can all agree at the end of the day — both animals are precious and deserve a majority of our phone storage in the name of cuteness!
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