But today is a very special day for dogs with working parents: it's National Take Your Dog To Work Day!
On Friday, Americans celebrate the 20th anniversary of the "Take your dog to work day" as they take their furry friends along to work with them. Pup finally gets to see where you go all day when you leave him or her behind. It's always celebrated on the Friday following father's day.
Make sure the office is a safe space for your pooch with no exposed wires for them to chew on.
"Ensure your office space is pet friendly with a separate space close to you for your dog, make sure there is nowhere they can fall down or escape, and check with your colleagues that they are willing to have a dog in the space", Amanda said.
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Spokeswoman Stephanie Grisham underscored that message in a tweet with the hashtags (hash) SheCares and (hash) ItsJustAJacket. Melania drew flak from the social media due to the same.
The day was established in 1999 by Pet Sitters International to "promote dog adoptions and support local pet communities".
While the pros of having a dog in the office seem to outweigh the cons, there are several things to consider before bringing your dog to work.
If Take Your Dog to Work Day isn't for you, today is also Chocolate Éclair Day, HVAC Tech Day and Onion Rings Day. If you post any pictures of your dog at work, be sure to use the hashtags #NationalTakeYourDogToWorkDay and #TYDTWD, and enjoy the amusing dog memes in the gallery above!
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