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Guess How Much a Puppy-Petting Internship in Texas Pays?

Applicants have until November 12 to post 'a creative photo or video' with their 'puptern' abilities

Talk about a “pawesome” job.

Dog lovers everywhere are vying to be selected as the inaugural “puptern” at one dog-friendly restaurant in Texas.

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The internship advertises as paying $100 an hour for petting puppies.

“Show us your puppy petting skills! Do you have what it takes to be the first-ever MUTTS Puptern at our brand new location in Fort Worth?” Mutts Canine Cantina wrote on Instagram earlier this week.

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That post has since been liked over 1,500 times.

Applicants are further instructed to post a creative photo or video to the social platform by November 12 highlighting their “puppy petting skills” and tagging the eatery for a chance to be selected as the first ever “puptern” intern, the post continues.

As noted by WSVN, Mutts Canine Cantina currently operates one location in Dallas.

It is also slated to open a second in Fort Worth in the near future, where the puptern will report for duty.

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Puppy-loving Instagram users, meanwhile, didn’t need to be told twice, with some hopefuls already sharing their application photos to the ‘gram.

“Show us your puppy petting skills! Do you have what it takes to be the first-ever MUTTS Puptern at our brand new location in Fort Worth?” Mutts Canine Cantina wrote on Instagram earlier this week, in a post that has since been liked over 1,500 times.

“It’s like a dream job,” one commented on the restaurant’s initial announcement post.

“I’m moving to Texas,” another person agreed.

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“On my way!” one joked.

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