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Imagine a world where our dog could do this instead of trying to murder the postman. If your dog has excess energy and starts to get rid of it through negative behaviors, it may be time to find him a job. Jobs can give dogs purpose and help to break up boredom, which is often at the root of negative behaviors. If you're not sure where to start in giving your dog a job, it might be best to take him to some training classes. A dog trainer can help you to teach your dog some new commands and can even help to teach him about a new job. And if you have a mailman as great as he is, you can be guaranteed that your dog will always have a job, whether there happens to be mail each day or not. When it comes to jobs for dogs, the possibilities are endless. You can teach dogs to carry in the mail or groceries, and can give them "chores" around the house like putting their toys away. There are also many professional jobs that dogs can have, from service dogs to therapy dogs. Lowe's even made a service dog an official employee recently. And then there are bomb-sniffing dogs, sled dogs, and farm dogs.