Donating £10.00 for every red lead sold
All Dogs Matter and Animals Asia part of the #bringyourdogtoworkday
I am a massive believer in taking dogs to work. I’m so lucky not to know any different, as when I am left at home I hate it. I go to meetings (well it is my company!), I’m in charge of product design and selection, it’s great (especially treat tasting!).
There are a few companies who allow dogs in to work everyday, but not all jobs and businesses can. The idea behind Bring Your Dog To Work Day (as seen on ITV’s This Morning, the Daily Mirror and Waitrose Weekend as well as many other UK national publications) is to raise awareness and money for charities dedicated to making a difference to the welfare of us dogs.
On Friday 23rd June 2017, businesses from across the UK will allow their human employees to bring their dogs into the workplace. It’s been a great success since the first #bringyourdogtoworkday and this is the fourth year it is running.
Even if you are lucky enough to have a human who takes you to work, they can still help by becoming an official sponsor by making a donation online or by text and uploading their company logo (businesses) or hound selfie (individuals), on the website (www.bringyourdogtoworkday.co.uk).
All proceeds this year go to dog rescue charity All Dogs Matter, a charity that rehomes hundreds of dogs every year in London and Norfolk, and Animals Asia a charity dedicated to improving the lives of dogs, cats and bears in China and Vietnam