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Eversheds Sutherland opens its doors to canine companions

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    06-12-2017

    Puppy power takes over at Wood Street

    On Friday 15 December, Eversheds Sutherland will welcome canine companions to its London office as part of ‘Bring Your Dog to Work Day’.  

    Employees have been invited to bring their four-legged friends to the special event, which was the brainchild of Co-CEO Lee Ranson who will be bringing his dog, Poppy, along to take part.  

    Throughout the day, we will welcome 15 pups to the office, from Dachshunds to Doberman and everything in between.  

    The day will be run by the award-winning Canine Creche Group and its team of professional canine carers. Poppy and the other pampered pooches can enjoy the play area, ball pits and sleeping area along with some planned canine games including a Treasure Hunt and Jumpin Jack Flash! Each dog will also be given their very own ‘Pawspawt’ and a doggy bag of treats to take home!  

    In a survey conducted by Purina PetCare earlier this year, more than a quarter of employers said they would like to put a dog-friendly policy in place, while 27 percent already have one in operation. More than 40 percent of employers also said they found that being dog-friendly calms and de-stresses the office.  

    Lee Ranson, CEO, commented:  

    “This is a great opportunity for colleagues to bring their four-legged friends in to the office. I’m very much looking forward to hosting our canine companions and crossing everything that my dog, Poppy, behaves herself!”  

    Candace Rose, Founder and Director of the Canine Creche Group, winners of the Pet Industry Federations award for Pet Service Business Of The Year 2017 added:

    “We are thrilled to be involved in this wonderful event and look forward to meeting all of the dogs and their owners taking part. We hope they have a ‘pawesome’ day with us!”

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