Personally, I believe that there are few workplace problems (other than allergies) that cannot be solved by a dog. My own dog comes to work with me every day. It’s not an exciting commute from the back door of my house to my garden office but along he trots, very enthusiastically, nevertheless. In fact, it’s not unusual for him to be even more excited by the prospect of work than I am.
Of course, that might have something to do with the fact that his idea of a hard day in the office largely involves snoozing on the floor, with the occasional foray into the garden to bark at trespassing birds or simply to stretch his paws. Mine, on the other hand, generally involves spending many hours chained to my desk, either conducting lengthy interviews on conference calls or writing about technically challenging subjects and answering strings of emails.
Source: Why Your Office Needs A Dog
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