Andrew Stallwood, who works as a maintenance and facilities supervisor in England, was trying to get on with his day. The 53-year-old was on a work-related video call when his two-year-old dog, Odin, pulled into his lap.
A pet dog interrupted its owner while on a work-related video call.
Since the Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc around the world, almost everything has gone online. Working from home has been introduced to the majority of businesses and video calling has become a staple. The internet is full of videos of people being interrupted by their children or other family members. However, this man had an absolutely “pawdorable” interruption during a Zoom call.
Andrew Stallwood, who works as a maintenance and facilities supervisor in England, was trying to get on with his day. The 53-year-old was on a work-related video call when his two-year-old dog, Odin, pulled into his lap. Odin blocked Andrew’s vision as his hairy body was right in front of the camera.
Odin tried to interrupt Andrew while he was on a work-related video call.
Odin, who is a Carpathian Shepherd, refused to get off Andrew’s lap and balanced himself on Andrew’s shoulders. He even waggled his furry tail in front of his phone. The cute moment was filmed by Andrew’s stepdaughter Laurenjade Ashton. “We all found it hilarious, he’s always up to something mischievous and always makes us laugh. He often does this to my stepdad, and we found out his brother did the exact same thing,” Laurenjade told the Mirror. .
Odin refused to come down from Andrew’s lap and even rested his paws on his shoulder.
“I just thought he was crazy but that’s typical of Odin, he always climbs where he shouldn’t be but we love him for it,” she added.
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