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Natures Menu plan canine takeover for Bring Your Dog To Work Day

Natures Menu is supporting this year’s Bring Your Dog to Work Day by signing up to be an official sponsor of the nationwide event.

As part of the Bring Your Dog to Work day, which takes place on 22 June, Natures Menu will be having a canine takeover in their offices, taking on several canine colleagues for the day.

The UK’s number one for raw pet food is also supporting the nationwide day by signing up to be an official sponsor of the event.

Bring Your Dog to Work Day is dedicated to making a difference to the welfare of dogs, as well as employee productivity, which helps to raise funds for All Dogs Matter, a London based charity who rehomes more than 300 dogs a year.

Employees at the company’s factory in Snetterton are being encouraged to bring their dog to work on Friday to make the special event.

As part of their canine takeover, several canine colleagues will be taking on roles at the company including: Bruce – Office Manager, Iron Paw Pups – Packaging Specialists and Roofus – Delivery Assistant.

Craig Taylor, Managing Director at Natures Menu, commented: “We are delighted to be supporting Bring Your Dog To Work Day in its fifth year and encouraging staff to bring their dogs in to the Natures Menu offices at your brand new factory in Snetterton. This day has shown to have positive benefits for employee’s productivity, wellbeing and morale, so we would encourage any businesses that can get involved, to do so, and raise funds for such a worthy cause.”

Bring Your Dog To Work Day, Jo Armit, co-founder of Bring Your Dog To Work Day, said: “We are so grateful that Nature’s Menu have again chosen to support Bring Your Dog To Work Day. They have been amazing supporters of the event in the past and we look forward to hearing how the new office dogs enjoy their working day on 22 June.”

For more information about getting involved with Bring Your Dog to Work Day visit www.bringyourdogtoworkday.co.uk. You can also get involved with the fun on social media, using the hashtag #BringYourDogToWorkDay