Dog Friendly Companies

Surveys show that dog-friendly offices result in happier, less stressed employees. Here at PetsPyjamas we have our very own office pooches, Rufus and Heidi the Norfolk Terriers. We rounded up our top ten dog-friendly offices…



Yes, that’s right! Here at PetsPyjamas we are 100% pet-friendly. Here at our Shoreditch HQ we have our very own office dogs, Rufus and Heidi the Norfolk Terriers.


Google are dog-friendly, the only rule being that dog owners must be considerate of fellow employees with allergies. Bad news for cat lovers though – no feline friends allowed! (Google explain that due to the number of dogs, cats may get a little stressed.)

Build-a-Bear Workshop HQ

Build-a-Bear not only allow their employees to bring dogs to work, but they even have a chief executive dog called Milford, who throws a party for his fellow office pooches every year.


Dogs are allowed at Amazon’s HQ, provided they are on a lead or kept within a gated area. Dogs have to be registered to ensure all their vaccinations are up to date.

Ben & Jerry’s

They sell ice cream and they let their employees bring dogs to work – could we love Ben & Jerry’s any more?


The booming start-up has two office dogs, Biscuits and Oliver, who have the run of the company’s grand San Franciso headquarters.


The company’s New York head office encourages employees to bring their dogs to work. The DC pooches often feature on the site itself.


Executive Retail Editor Mariella Tandy brings her dogs Spot and Minnie to the Tatler office. And now they have a new furry friend – Alan the Dachshund puppy, for whom PetsPyjamas threw a pet shower recently.


Tommy the Pom is Tumblr’s very own furry intern and even has a Tumblr of his own!

K9 Magazine

The office of the dog-themed magazine is, unsurprisingly, dog-friendly! They operate a ‘dog rota’ so the office is never too crowded with furry friends.

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