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Bring Your Dog To Work Day - June 23rd 2017

March 31, 2017

 

 

For all my fellow dog lovers and dog owners out there, it is almost that time of the year again when you get the chance to show off your adorable pooch-kin to your colleagues at work. I know some of you take your furry best friend to work often, but for those that don’t; you can do so on #BringYourDogToWorkDay.

 

What is Bring Your Dog To Work Day?

 

Bring Your Dog to Work Day is a widely celebrated event each year that helps charities devoted to making a difference to the wellbeing of dogs through donations from the public. During this time of the year dog lovers and owners join forces to support charities who work night and day to ensure every dog is safe. Sharing fun selfies of your dog getting messy in the office is one of the reasons we love #BringYourDogToWorkDay.

 

Who is the organiser of Bring Your Dog To Work Day?

 

This special event for dog lovers and dog owners is organised by HOWND, the natural pet care brand for happy dogs. HOWND is a Cruelty-Free International certified company that specialise in providing a range of grooming products for dogs of all breeds and sizes. Right now, I’m thinking about getting Coco looking all cute and adorable for #BringYourDogToWorkDay. If you want the same for your cuddly pie, then rush to the HOWND website for some doggy beauty products. Coco is already a huge fan of their products.

 

All donations from this edition of #BringYourDogToWorkDay will be donated to two charities

 

About the charities

 

All Dog Matters

 

If unfortunately, you are unable to look after you doggie or decide you don’t wish to be a dog owner anymore, then All dog matters are the charity to contact. They rescue and rehabilitate dogs in an around London from abusers or owners who are unable to cope with their doggies.

 

After rescuing, they start looking for a new home for the rescued dogs. They are always looking for dog foster carers interested in providing a new home for rescued dogs. If you fancy becoming a dog foster carer, then complete this