Video: Dogs take up their desks in Leeds for a day’s work

0
Have your say

A city marketing firm took on some canine colleagues as part of ‘Bring Your Dog to Work Day’.

Nine dogs clocked on at Banana Kicks yesterday (June 23) before taking part in a mini Crufts style competition.

Sasha Russell, with 'Hetty', a Miniature Dachshund at her work station. PIC: James Hardisty

Sasha Russell, with 'Hetty', a Miniature Dachshund at her work station. PIC: James Hardisty

Director Gary McCall said: “We have always loved dogs in the office. It is good for morale and people always enjoy having their dogs around.

“The most we have had before is two so it was a bit boisterous but they have just been sat next to their owners.”

The event raised £300 for the charities All Dogs Matter and Animals Asia.

Banana Kick have encouraged staff to bring their dogs to work on Bring a Dog to Work Day. PIC: James Hardisty

Banana Kick have encouraged staff to bring their dogs to work on Bring a Dog to Work Day. PIC: James Hardisty

Oliver Calvert with a Beagle called 'Molly'. PIC: James Hardisty

Oliver Calvert with a Beagle called 'Molly'. PIC: James Hardisty

Greenpeace campaigners wearing emperor penguin masks and dressed in black and white in City Square, Leeds
  Antarctic Commission will meet to decide whether to create the largest protected area on earth ,an Antarctic Ocean Sanctuary. At right  are Alan Rawlinson and Jane Harnet Jt Local Network Co-ordinators Greenpeace

This is why there were penguins marching through Leeds city centre yesterday