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Dog-Friendly Workplace Consulting and Conversion

If there is one thing we believe at Good Job Dogs, it is that dogs make the world a better place.  We love our dogs, but there are some aspects of our lives that they cannot be a part of.  Or so you thought.

We believe that well mannered dogs can play an important role in society and should not have to be left at home while their people work all day. 

Many medical and education facilities have known for some time now that dogs are good for people.  Dogs lower blood pressure, reduce stress, speed healing, improve morale, encourage collaboration and cooperation, and offer a much needed break - even for just a moment - from the daily grind.  Recently, businesses have started inviting their employees to bring their (well mannered) dogs to work with them.  Companies such as Google, Bissell, Amazon, and Clif Bar already have dog-friendly offices in some locations with great success and more companies are "going to the dogs" every year.  Why not your office too?

Offices that make the conversion to being a dog-friendly workplace report decreased staff turnover, better inter-office cooperation, higher productivity, better problem solving skills, higher creativity, and overall improvement in office mood and culture.

Good Job Dogs understands that there is a lot to consider when inviting dogs to work.  As canine professionals who specialize in dogs that work in public, we will ensure that the dog-friendly transition takes place in a safe, controlled manner.  We will build a custom, comprehensive program designed to establish and implement policy, outline behavior standards, provide behavior testing, and prepare the office and staff for it's new members. 

Dog-friendly Workplace Consulting and Conversion programs are available nationwide.  Please contact us for more information.

Follow the links below to learn more about the experience of companies who have become dog-friendly workplaces.
    The Bark's Best Places to Work 2013/14
    11 Pet-Friendly Workplaces from Inc.com
    Benefits of Dogs in the Workplace from DogFriendly.com
    10 companies that let you bring your dog to work from CNBC
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