Mr. Walker, The Friendly Dog Hotel Officer in Australia

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Thursday, October 12 2017 - 22:48 IWST

Mr. Walker Dog Workers at Park Hyatt Hotel in Melbourne, Australia (Photo: Instagram / Park Hyatt Melbourne / Guide Dogs Victoria)
Mr. Walker Dog Workers at Park Hyatt Hotel in Melbourne, Australia (Photo: Instagram / Park Hyatt Melbourne / Guide Dogs Victoria)

INDUSTRY.co.id - Australia - A hotel, generally favoring comfort and good service for its guests. Moreover, if the hotel is a starred hotel that prioritizes things that can spoil his guests. Of course, an innovation and extra service is one way to make guests feel spoiled by the hotel's employees.

But what if a hotel clerk who once ran a human being was replaced as a dog? Perhaps, will think how a dog can serve and carry the luggage of his guests ?.

Quoted from the metro, Thursday (10/12/2017), the Park Hyatt hotel in Melbourne, Australia that has razed a labrador man named Mr. Walker.

The new 18-month-old Walker, began to work in July and his job was to greet the guests when they arrived and attended the meeting at the hotel. Interestingly, if guests want to chat with Walker, he can take a walk in the morning around the hotel courtyard.

Just like any other dog, if He is tired, Walker can rest in bed that has been prepared by the hotel. To make it even more interesting, the hotel also recently hired the same type of man to help Walker.

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