Getting back to work after being laid off for a while can be a challenge. Perhaps the former employer has downsized. You may have lost your job when the company closed. It does not matter if it's about layoff, illness or even because you got fired, the fact is that getting back to work is often a challenge.
You may find out that the whole process is difficult because you need to convince an employer that you are worth hiring. When you have been away for a long period of time, you must take additional steps to prove that you are worthy of hiring.
It is very difficult to explain it in words, but anyone who has lost a job for some reason knows the emotional toll that affects the body and soul. Worse still, the rest of the world is still moving at a very fast pace, making it difficult to deal with the loss of jobs. But this dog situation was very different.
When Gavel the German shepherd was sacked just for being very friendly with the police work. He was fortunate enough to get a better one without difficulty.
His handlers at Queensland Police Department in Brisbane, Eastern Australia have decided in February that the dog was too friendly for the force and cut him from his 16-month training program.
They said instead of catching thieves and sniffing out explosives, Gavel much preferred getting her belly tickles and caressed by strangers, BBC reports.
There were a lot of comments from people at an open day on the weekend expressing how much they enjoy following through the social media Gavel’s progression from aspiring police dog to Vice-Regal Dog.
The truth is that we in the government house have loved sharing his story with you! And so today we are releasing and re-releasing some of our favorite Gavel moments, some more candid than others. Check out this amazing video of Gavel, the dog was just too friendly for police service.