Golden retriever wanted to help owner deliver the weather report
Working from home is great when you have a pet that you can go pat and take breaks with. But sometimes they can make video-calling a little difficult, especially when they pose as a slight distraction. But when a pet comes onto the screen, it’s a welcome guest, and this one dog that interrupted a live news anchor has got everyone talking.
During a live weather forecast, a golden retriever named Brody can be seen climbing onto the lap of the Fox News reporter Paul Dellegatto while he was live-streaming the weather on television. The camera later captured Brody running across the room after spotting a person outside.
According to Dellegatto, a person was holding a blanket behind the glass door to prevent reflections during the airing of the segment, but his standing behind the blanket made Brody go crazy looking for him.
Brody apparently whacked the computer with his head causing the digital maps and visualizations to disappear from the screen. The Fox News reporter apologized for his dog’s interruption, but the other news anchor working from the studio said, “This is amazing. I love it. We don’t need to see that forecast map, we’ll just look at Brody.”
As for people who tuned in to the news report, no one had any complaints. Instead, everyone watching left comments saying that they wanted to see Brody make more appearances in the future.
By: Maytinee Kramer