People can be obsessive about their pets—especially dogs. And TBH, that’s how it should be when you’re responsible for another living thing. You likely feed your pups the healthiest foods you can find, take its opinion about your significant other to heart, and want to spend basically all day with it—even though that’s impossible, given that you spend much. time. at work.
Luckily, a growing number of offices have or are adopting pet-friendly policies. So, for professionals who prioritize hanging with their furry best friend while working (makes sense, since doing so could help you live longer!), Glassdoor has rounded up a bunch of places that are pet-friendly and hiring.
Find a new (work) home for you and your pet below.
For three consecutive years, the San Francisco–headquartered cloud-computing company has made Glassdoor’s Best Places to Work list—and I bet that’s partly due to its extremely pet-friendly office. Employees who want to bring their pets into work can request a desk in a soundproof pet area decked out with dog beds and water bowls. This way, you and your cuddly companion can talk without disturbing your pet-less peers.
The website behind the very convenient list of pet-friendly places has a pet-friendly office, natch.
3. Proctor & Gamble
The household-product manufacturer has several pet-food divisions, which might be a contributing reason to why it also has a pet-accepting work culture. Not only can employees bring their pets to work, but they also get up to 400 pounds of free pet food every year.
4. Nestlé Purina
According to Glassdoor, Nestlé Purina is the largest pet company in the country, so its offices are (obviously) pet-friendly.
5. Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants
Employees of the hospitality company are allowed to bring their pets to work, and the four-legged friends are also spoiled with water bowls, treats, toys, and beds.
The pet-focused company, headquartered in Phoenix, has an extremely pet-friendly office policy (in addition to a pet-friendly store policy).
The ever-expanding behemoth of a company has the most dog-friendly office in Seattle, according to Glassdoor, with a reported 1,500 dogs registered in the company’s pet database.
Google is not quite pet-friendly but is more specifically dog-friendly. According to its code of conduct, “Google’s affection for our canine friends is an integral facet of our corporate culture. We like cats, but we’re a dog company, so as a general rule we feel cats visiting our offices would be fairly stressed out.”
The digital marketplace has welcomed pets into its offices since its inception as a company in 2005.
You can bring your pet to work at Ticketmaster and can also enjoy the perk of having it insured, too.
If you’re a pet owner, you likely know Bissell as the company behind the vacuums that keep your Zen den clean despite your furry friend’s incessant hair-shedding. The company’s headquarters has a Pet Spot that’s complete with a play area and bathing station for employees’ pets.
Last year, Glassdoor named the financial tech company Kabbage as one of the Best Places to Work, which might be because of its lenient pet policy.
This investment firm in New York City is hiring people, who can enjoy a flexible work schedule with their pups.