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The Doctor is “IN!”

Are you having a stressful day at work?  Who doesn’t from time to time? But it’s not always convenient to step out for a sanity break.  How about just stepping into another room?  And would a furry little creature lift your spirits?


More and more businesses are allowing workers to bring their pets in to work with them, citing that it improves the connection between co-workers, boosts morale, and facilitates collaboration between employees.  Many companies even have a designated or live-in office cat, dog, or in our case–rabbit! (they are quiet, and litter box trained!)




In our office we have a “bunny  therapy” room and take it very seriously!  I bring in “Jax,” my daughter’s rabbit, every Friday.  He’s got his own room with a sign on the door, and anyone can go in and sit down and spend some time talking to him about their day.


Not only is a much needed ‘fun break’ relaxing, it’s been proven to increase oxytocin levels, which has a powerful effect on  the body’s ability to heal and grow new cells!  Studies have also shown that employees who bring their dogs to work produced lower levels of the stress-causing hormone cortisol.   The added attention and exercise is sure to benefit your pet as well!


Of course, always take into consideration your building’s animal policies, your co-workers allergies, people’s fear of certain animals, and the possible nuisance level (noise, distraction, etc…)


Furry facts:


  • Almost one in five companies (17 percent) in the United States allows pets in the workplace.
  • 75 million Americans believe having pets in the workplace makes people happier & reduces stress
  • 47 million Americans believe having pets in the workplace leads to a more creative environment
  • 37 million believe having pets in the workplace decreases absenteeism
  • 34 million people who bring their pets to the workplace work longer hours
  • 23 million believe having pets in the workplace decreases smoking in the workplace
  • The most common pet brought to work is a dog (76%), while 24% bring a small animal, and 15% bring a cat


Please share your “animals at work” story!  And stop in any time to visit Dr. “Jax” in our therapy room!



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