Grandpa Brings Dog To Furniture Store To Make Sure She Likes Chair Too

This elderly man wanted to get a comfortable piece of furniture. So his family decided to take him to find suitable couches and chairs. However, the grandfather had one small request. He told his family that he wanted his loyal companion to check out the furniture before buying it. If you are wondering who this loyal companion is, it is none other than his dog, Coco.

“Coco is the dog Grandpa never wanted but cannot live without,” Dahl told The Dodo. “They are the best of friends that he never knew he needed.”

 

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10 Responses to “Grandpa Brings Dog To Furniture Store To Make Sure She Likes Chair Too”

  1. Dora Bustos says:

    Best news I’ve heard all darn year.
    If I had money to buy a recliner I’d do the same.
    My baby girl Butter is my shadow..

  2. TJ says:

    A cute photo but a terrible idea. This man could surely figure out which chair would suit his dog without taking her along. I love my dog and would buy a chair with her in mind. However, I would never take her to a furniture store to “try out” chairs that I may or may not buy. Other people have the right to shop for and/or buy expensive new furniture that doesn’t have dog hair/dandruff already on it. Human nature being what it is, others would think it was a cute idea to also bring THEIR dog to the store to try out the furniture. While this furniture might just be floor models, there are people with severe allergies who get sick with even brief exposure to pets. They wouldn’t be able to shop for furniture at this store without getting sick. Use some common sense.

    • DR says:

      Why is it that some people think they take precedence over everyone else. If this guy wants to see if his dog can get up on the chair before he pays good money for it – I think that is a reasonable request. If someone is THAT allergic to dogs – they probably are prepared to encounter some here and there and are on medication. The amount of dog hair left on that chair is so minimal – that it could be taken off with a good strong piece of tape. No problem. The dog didn’t live on the chair. Honestly, how can someone that could get THAT sick with such a secondary exposure to a dog even survive in the world without some sort of preventative medication? You have given the true over reacting dramatic reply that we all expect.

  3. Deb says:

    This person should lighten up! I would also take my dog if she is allowed in the store! I’m sure the store has thought about other people coming into their business!

  4. Nicole says:

    Well, thanks for your opinion, on how this man lives his life.

  5. LMM says:

    DR, she looks like a poodle or poodle cross (like our Greta who is a Poodle/Westie cross) and they do not shed hair, which is why they need clipping, especially in summer. There’d be a plethora of of unsavoury things in residence on that chair, but not Coco’s hair!!

  6. Tgdunn says:

    First of all, that dog is hypoallergenic. Second, that’s a floor model. No one is taking THAT chair home. Lordt, get some help and lighten up.

  7. Stacey K. says:

    Beautiful dog. I think Coco likes the recliner. Very cute!

  8. Dksrottie says:

    It looks like a curly haired dog. I don’t think they even shed so that’s not even the issue.
    Nothing like taking a cute story and turning it into something negative.
    Nice job negative Nancy.

  9. Cathy says:

    You go, grandpa! Your loyal companion probably spends more time with you than your kids or grandkids.

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