Throw that dog a bone: ‘pawternity leave’ is good for people and pets | Paul Fleckney

More and more businesses are offering paid days off to those welcoming new furry friends. It’s the work perk animal lovers have been waiting for

Any adult who’s had a pet will know the feeling. You’ve just got home with Moggie/Fido/Scargill, and all you want to do is hang out together for a few days, do some bonding, introduce your new animal to the idea of not pissing on everything in sight. Instead, the next day you have to trudge into work to hang out with other human beings, with their endless questions and tea rounds. Ugh.

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What’s clear is work perks are getting more unusual, and pet leave is just one example

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Source: theguardian
Throw that dog a bone: ‘pawternity leave’ is good for people and pets | Paul Fleckney