It’s not a big surprise that everyone hated the year 2020. A lot of terrible things took place last year, but the worst among them was obviously the coronavirus breakout. COVID-19 forced everyone to stay at home to help contain it. This was somehow a good thing for dogs all over the world.
This meant that the fur babies would get to spend more time with their humans, and dog adoption rates skyrocketed last year. Although the thought of spending the entire day with your dog seems wonderful, it could be a double-edged sword, especially for those who are trying to do the news from their homes.
Last year, Monica Adams of the news program “Today in St. Louis” was among those who had a hard time trying to work from home. She was trying to record her segment early in the morning, but her doggos were full of energy and they kept on interrupting her.
Every time she says “three, two, one,” her dogs would growl right on cue. She tried it several times but to no avail. Monica couldn’t even get to the second line on her teleprompter without her noisy puppers interrupting her. After several tries, she decided to take a break.
Her producers asked her to move her doggos to the next room, but Monica claimed it would only make things worse. Her pups would only whine and bark because they would want to be with her. They took a break for five minutes and then Monica gave it another try.
Surprisingly, the doggos were quiet this time. It turned out that the distracting duo was already snoozing on Monica’s second try. It was early in the morning, and perhaps the pups were still pretty sleepy. When the show’s anchor, Rene Knott, shared the clip on Twitter, it had over 20,000 views! See the hilarious video below.
Credits: KSDK News