Employer Toolkit

Fellow Feeling

Almost two out of three employees agree pets
should be allowed in the workplace if there is
a general consensus among employees.

Wide Agreement

More than half of employees who want pets
allowed in the office are willing to spearhead
efforts to make their workplaces pet friendly.

More Co-Worker Interaction

Pets add another layer of interaction between
co-workers, and otherwise quiet employees
can become more engaged when talking to
a co-worker about their pets.

Start Making Your Office Pet-Friendly

5 Simple Steps to Making Your Workplace Pet-Friendly

Learn about establishing guidelines and pet-friendly facilities for your workplace, as well as providing proper space, leash ties, treats and more.

Get Your Employees on Board in 3 Steps

If you’re an employer, your first step to making your workplace pet-friendly is getting your employees excited about the idea.

"At the end of the day I'm a firm believer that life is much more than just what you do from nine to five. If I can find a way to get a dog in my office, it'll make it that much more fun for everybody."

-Jamey Erickson, Sevnthsin

"...dogs in the workplace lead to more trust between co-workers, which leads to more collaboration as well as increased morale and productivity."

-Staffer, R+ M Branding

Man Walking dog
Employee Toolkit

Studies show that employees who bring pets to work have fewer signs of stress.

Man tying shoe with dog
Still Have Questions?

Visit our Pets At Work FAQ Section