Walking the dog this morning and a woman stops me. She asks if she can pet my dog and I say sure.
“What a cute face on him,” she says. “If I had a face like his I wouldn’t have to work.”
I’m pretty sure she’s wrong. A human with a dog’s face could parlay that into some sort of personal brand. But it’s a lot of work setting up appearances, managing social media, and figuring out a new trick to keep a human with a dog face relevant in an age of short attention spans.