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    To appeal to industry talent, many workplaces have bolstered their workplace benefits – introducing perks such as flexible working, unlimited annual leave, allowing employees to bring their pets into the office with them, and more. 

    However, the coronavirus pandemic (and the lockdowns that have come with it) have meant that many employees are now working from home, and this transition has meant that many are missing out on these more unique aspects of company culture.

    Working from home has meant we have to adapt, and as an industry leader in bespoke designed garden offices we’ve seen first-hand that having a designated space to work from has many benefits, including helping to balance our work and personal lives, making the most of our outdoor space, and allowing us to spend more time with our pets, regardless of whether our employer has a pet friendly policy or not. 

    To get some expert advice into the subject, we questioned multiple experts (including in the fields of psychology, mental health, workplace wellbeing, productivity, and so on) about the benefits of having a dog in the office, whether it be in a traditional office environment or our DIY work from home setups. 

    The experts included:

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