We asked to see photos of your dogs ‘helping’ you work from home, and you replied in your droves.
Today – Friday June 26 – is Bring Your Dog To Work (at home) Day, and all week we’ve been asking to see photos of the canine licensing workforce ‘helping’ their owners to work from home.
And you certainly rose to the occasion – our inbox has been filled to the brim with four-legged friends from as far afield as California and Seattle.
From Dachshunds sitting in on Zoom calls and Cocker Spaniels keeping track of emails, through to Labradors genning up on their industry knowledge with LSB and Whippets helping out with lunchtime exercise, we’ve loved seeing all your photos.
Although we have to say, there does seem to be a large amount of sleeping on the job from some of the canine executives…
In addition, as a special treat www.dogsy.co.uk has got in touch with LicensingSource, offering readers a 15% discount on personalised dog products. Simply enter the code ‘PAWSOME’ at the checkout to receive the discount.
You can check out the industry’s working from home buddies in the gallery below:
The stars of the show from the start of the above gallery (and their owners): Roxie (Nancy Jones, Pink Key Licensing); Jackdaw (Jane Garner, Kilogrammedia); Ginty (Anne Bradford, Poetic Brands); Monty (Rob Corney, Bulldog Licensing); Lola (Alexandra Salisbury, ViacomCBS Consumer Products); Eddie (Simon Gresswell, SGLP); Didymus (Talia Tester, Carte Blanche); Ronnie and Bertie (Grace Tedstone, The Roald Dahl Story Company); Pachy (J’Net Smith, All Art Licensing); Figaro (Mel Beer, Amscan); Oreo and Poppy (Lisa Bryant, Bump PR); Angus and Charlie (Becky and Francesca Ash, Total Licensing); Lucky (Ian Hyder, Max Publishing); Tess (Ian Downes, Start Licensing); Hettie (Rebecca Alfandary, Good Play Guide); Alfred Trevor Pashley (Keith Pashley, The Keith Pashley Project); Rufus (Marty Malsyz, Dependable Solutions); Poppy (Rob Wijeratna, Rocket Licensing); Loki Bouncy Bear and Bunny Woolly Bear (Cathy Snow, RHS); Dougie and Drummer (Sian Dorrington, Kilogrammedia); and Poppy and Oscar (Ian Wickham, Licensing Link Europe).