“I enjoy being a part of that; it’s a huge part of their small universe!”
Charity Jesionowski is a major animal lover, so she was thrilled to see how many dogs and their owners use the drive-through every single day when she first started working at a nearby coffee shop around six months ago.
Jesionowski told The Dodo, “I live in a pretty dog-friendly environment so if I had to guess, I see approximately 30 dogs a day.
Jesionowski picked up the names of all the regular dogs fairly fast, and she immediately developed the habit of photographing each of her four-legged clients, a practice she has continued every day she works there.
We ALWAYS make sure they get a goodie, but sometimes it gets hectic and I don’t have time to snap pictures of EVERYONE, said Jesionowski.
Naturally, the animal lover ensures that her photography never interferes with her profession and manages to fit in her tiny picture shoots throughout the day, in between brewing coffee and giving out treats.
The dogs that walk by the coffee shop are all different shapes and sizes.
… they are as thrilled to see Jesionowski and her colleagues and receive some well-deserved sweets.
According to Jesionowski, “there are regulars who regularly bring their dog with them, and we always welcome the dog by name.” We frequently recognize the dog by name rather than the person. The English bulldog, “Richie,” understands that I am the only one who gives him treats, so whenever he enters the room, he only looks at me.
to extremely huge dogs
… to packs of canines
Jesionowski adores all dogs, from excessively eager ones to timid ones. She can’t help but take charming pictures of their innocent faces as they wait for treats and loads of affection.
Jesionowski stated, “I am a dog person through and through, so I take it personally about making sure that all the doggos get treats. “I enjoy being a part of that; it’s a huge part of their small universe!”