A comprehensive guide to dogs in the workplace. Uniquely, this book gives insight from the dog's perspective, whilst also providing plenty of practical advice for making your dog a success in the office! It takes you through the entire process, from gaining the support of your colleagues to policy considerations for the employer.
Office Dogs: The Manual is the guide to dogs in the workplace. As the popularity of taking our canine companions to the office continues to grow, the many benefits for employers are increasingly recognised. Meanwhile, a new generation of employees are prioritising their dog's needs more than ever before.
Written by a specialist dog behaviourist, this book offers a unique insight into how to integrate your dog into office life, making the arrangement work for all involved: the employer, the employee, and perhaps most importantly, the dog! Uniquely, this book considers the dog's perspective on office life, whilst also providing plenty of practical advice for making your dog's time in the office a success. It takes you through the entire process, from gaining the support of your colleagues to policy considerations for the employer.
With helpful, ready-to-use materials for the office included within, and real-life case studies of workplace dog success stories throughout, this book is the ultimate essential reading for anyone involved with office dogs - owners, employers, those who work with dogs professionally, and those who are simply lucky enough to share their office with a dog!
About the author
Steph is an Irish dog trainer currently residing in Dublin, having previously worked extensively with dogs in London. She is passionate about dog behaviour, and over the past few years has developed a particular interest in facilitating dogs in the human workplace.
Steph takes an holistic view in her work with dogs, prioritising their needs foremost. She has completed Turid Rugaas’s IDTE, and currently sits on the board of the Pet Dog Trainers of Europe (PDTE), and is its country representative for Ireland.
Outside of her work, she enjoys looking after her two dogs, a Greyhound called Fia and an ex-laboratory Beagle cross called Ferdia.