Bob joined the Kitchen Removal team in June last year. He is a rescue dog and we don’t know too much about his first year of life.
Bob has adapted to the finer comforts of life quickly and loves any cushions or throws.
He comes along to most jobs and loves watching out the window and being generally nosey.
He has met a couple of famous owners dogs and played with them without being star struck and has enjoyed running around one customers beautiful ten acre barn conversion with there Labrador Lola. Both arriving back very wet and proud of there muddy state.
The whole team enjoy playing with him and he gets given lots of yummy treats.
We thought we would start Bobs blog to share his adventures.
Stay tuned for the next installment.
Bob had a fabulous day today. we travelled down to not so sunny Sandbanks to remove a beautiful Mark Wilkinson kitchen that has found a new home in the Spain. while the team removed the kitchen Bob went to explore the beach with Nyree and made lots of new friends. The kitchen was loaded onto our 7.5 ton lorry and we now hold a full international operators licence, allowing us to do our own deliveries and guaranteeing the quality of the delivery service. Bob sat on the tail lift doing his quality control checks and after his approval the lads locked the lorry and headed for the port. they should be down in Marbella on Friday morning. Bob slept all the way home!
Today Bob has been helping at our new warehouse in SE London. He has been woofing at the security people as they fit the new cameras and decided he wanted to sit on the forklift as we moved 5 Sub Zeros fridges and 3 Wolf ranges that Kitchen Exchange have stored with us. He has now decided a sleep is well deserved after all his hard work.
Bob has been to central London today. He sat watching out the window all the way and seemed particularly happy driving along the Mall, maybe he could smell the corgis! The team were dismantling a very large ex display from a showroom on Wimpole Street. We started early to avoid the traffic and parking issues and by 11am we left a vacuumed clean space where the kitchen had sat. We came back to South London on the Woolwich ferry, something that always fascinates Bob and he is now fast asleep on the setee.
Today went to Sussex and it snowed. Bob likes his comforts and was really not impressed with the snow and curled up on a blanket while we dismantled a beautiful hand built painted kitchen
Bob has been in Wandsworth today helping dismantle a large Mowlem kitchen. The highlight of his day was stopping at the Tom’s café on Clapham Common and having a sausage and a good woof at the ducks, much to the fisherman’s disgust. The girls have all fallen in love with Bob and he always get served first. he is now hogging the throw on the setee.
Bob has been very lazy and has been staying at home in the warmth, cant blame him!!
He is back at work Monday.