Friday, July 06, 2007

Building Guidelines

This is why we can't take Sancho anywhere. He's a violator. A building guideline violator...

From: Important Person
To: Bad Dog Owner
Subject: Building Guidelines

In reading the security daily activity reports, it was brought to my attention we had an animal incident over the weekend and it appears that the animal in question might belong to you.

Security noted that someone's dog was brought onto the premises and was running loose through the building. One of our custodian's work was interrupted in an attempt to collect the dog and find it's owner. Security also noted that during rounds, they found dog excrement on the 2nd floor south side in tenant space, which then had to be removed the carpet area shampooed as a result.

Not sure if you're aware, but as a courtesy and sensitivity to employees and tenants (who may have allergies or safety related issues relating to animals) and for general housekeeping purposes, only service and assistance dogs (when in the company of their master) may be brought into or kept in the building.

Please let me know if you have any questions about this.

Important Person
Director of Important Things
Important Company, Inc.
1 Important Drive
Important Place, CA


At 1:18 PM, Blogger jen said...

you go, important girl.

At 11:27 AM, Blogger QT said...

OMG - your dog IS naughty if he shit inside! Ha ha!

At 2:54 PM, Blogger J Fife said...

qt - What makes this even funnier (or not so funny) is that usually, Sancho never makes a mess. He must have been desperate.

At 3:49 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

You know, as somebody who brings her dog to work (she is snoozing in my cube now, as a matter of fact) I'd just have to point out that it's people like you who make it so that people like me can't bring their dogs to work most places! Hmppffff. Please spank Mike on the nose for me with a rolled up newspaper. No, maybe he'll enjoy that...

Dog Nut - you know who I am. rb

At 4:43 PM, Blogger J Fife said...

rb - Mike has gotten a newspaper whack to the nose and time alone in the backyard. He enjoyed the time alone. I'm not so sure about the whack.

That day/week was a series of catastrophes for Mike. Like a string of newspaper whacks to the nose. Just crazy...

Poor Sanch. He is a good dog.

At 5:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I might take a whack on the nose if I got time alone in the yard. Maybe Mike asked Sancho to do it so that he could get a break from his bad week?



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