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When? How? Who? The what’s what of Take your Dog to Work Day 2019

When? How? Who? The what’s what of Take your Dog to Work Day 2019

Dog lovers listen up! You are being encouraged to bring your doggies into the office or workplace this week.


If you’ve always wanted to take your four-legged friend into work to help the working day, well now is your chance. Some businesses, like us, allow this all the time, but for many this will be a real treat!


The annual Bring Your Dog to Work Day will be back on Friday 21st June 2019 and all animal owners are being encouraged to take part to help raise funds for charity. The event is in its sixth year and the money raised in 2019 will go to animal welfare charities All Dogs Matter and Animals Asia.


When is Bring Your Dog to Work Day?


Friday 21st June 2019


Why take part?


The day is organised to help raise money for animal welfare charities and to aid people’s stress levels at work. Apparently scientific studies have concluded that the presence of pets can substantially reduce a person’s stress level and can increase job satisfaction, team co-operation and morale. Here at TreatYourDog we all bring our dogs and it definitely makes a difference!


How can you take part?


First of all your employer needs to agree to take part and if a business want to participate they can do so by making an online donation on BringYourDogToWorkDay.co.uk to become a business sponsor.


My business doesn’t want to sponsor but will allow me to bring my dog in, can I still donate?


If you want to participate in the event as an individual you can also make a donation and bring your pooch into the office or workplace for the day.


When you donate £10 or more on BringYourDogToWorkDay.co.uk, you will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win £100s of goodies. So why wouldn’t you?


We will share our pictures on the day but we’d love to see yours too so please share on Facebook and enjoy the day!

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