8 Breeds of Dogs To Take To Work!

A dog in the workplace provides many positive benefits. However, before you decide to bring your dog to work with you check your company policies about a pet at the business. If you are looking for a dog to bring to the office, here are a few good choices.


Vizsla


1-25

Vizslas are large dogs that weigh up to 65 pounds, but they are energetic and friendly. While they are protective, they are also quiet. With minimal shedding, these alert dogs are a fun addition to the office.



Golden Retriever


2-24

Golden retrievers are intelligent and friendly. While they were bred as hunting dogs and for retrieving small game, they are some of the most popular dogs as pets. They are a good choice for service dogs and do well in offices.



English Cocker Spaniel


3-21

English cocker spaniels are medium-sized dogs that weigh up to 34 pounds and can live up to 13 years. They are friendly and active. If you bring an English cocker spaniel to work, plan to take it for a walk around the office during breaks and at lunch, as these dogs enjoy exercise.



Labrador Retriever


4-11

Labs are friendly working dogs, making them a good choice for a dog in the office. They are good-natured, smart and warm dogs. While you may enjoy the wag of a Lab’s tail, watch your desk; that tail can swipe it clean easily. They shed heavily, so keep a lint roller handy.

Lockerdome ARS – desktop
Proper ARS animalrescuesite_belowcontent
The Animal Rescue Site is a place where people can help provide food and care to millions of animals in need, both in the U.S. and around the world. In addition to sharing personal rescue stories, shopping for the cause, and signing petitions, visitors can take just a moment each day to click on a purple button to help animals. Visit The Animal Rescue Site and click today - it's free!