Pets at work: RSPCA urges offices to be more dog friendly post lockdown

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The RSPCA says that having dogs in the office will not only help combat stress for both owner and canine but also create a happier and healthier work environment. According to the Pet Food Manufacturers Association (PFMA) only 15 percent of work places in the UK have a pet friendly office.

American pet food company Purina is recognised as one of the few workplaces that allows Pets At Work (PAW for short). Their UK office now welcomes 50 dogs everyday.

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