Google Known for its astounding employee perks (from on-site haircuts to free and fancy food), Google tops our list of the dog-friendliest workplaces. Their comprehensive dog policy lays out guidelines for pet parents, including being mindful of allergies and cleaning up after accidents. Employees count bringing their dog to work among their favorite Google perks—and at an office with a ball pit and complimentary massages, that’s really saying something.
Uber Uber is known for its many office perks, including wine on tap, but one that stands out is unlimited PTO that allows new dog owners to train at home before bringing their pet to the office – where dog beds are scattered to allow pups to lounge around.
Airbnb Just like their two-legged owners, dogs at Airbnb are given their own “employee” badges to scan in every day, and show up in the company’s internal database.
Amazon The e-commerce giant has an on-campus dog park, 17th-floor doggie deck and complimentary poop bags and treats to maintain its 6,000 registered dogs. On Halloween, the company hosts an annual “Barktoberfest,” and on any given workday, the canine employees report to their own boss, Amazon’s “Woof Pack” Manager Lara Hirschfield
Meetup A cat made the way for future pets at Meetup HQ. After an employee adopted the stray, dogs started joining their owners to work–including the occasional mastiff. They’ve since set a policy to allow only small breeds, and created a dog-themed conference room complete with toys, according to Communications Director Kristin Hodgson.