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BYOP (Bring Your Own Pet): Paws & Play with Dr. J Episode 5

Posted by Mia Horberg on Jun 11, 2018 5:02:33 PM

The week of June 18-22 is Take Your Pet to Work Week. And if the photo to the left is any indication, my cat, Mazel, is dropping some hints that he'd like to participate.

Of course, just because you can bring your dog or cat (or goat?) to work, doesn't mean that you always should.

On this episode of Paws and Play with Dr. J, we discuss a lot to consider for everyone involved, including the property managers, HR, fellow employees, and what you need to think of on behalf of your pets.

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Topics: Pet Proofing, Pet Suffocation, Dog Tips, Cat Tips, paws and play, pet-friendly policy, bring your pet to work week, office safety

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Every other week, Dr. Jason Nicholas (Dr. J), and his co-host Mia, will bring you preventive health and safety information for your cats and dogs. Dr. J started Preventive Vet in response to the many heartbreaking, and preventable cases he saw in the veterinary emergency room, and in his general practice work. Mia is an animal lover, with two fur babies of her own, and will be doing her best to represent the listeners, and get as much info out of Dr. J as she can.

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