10 great pet friendly companies to work for in the U.S.•
Everyone knows that having a dog in the office not only brings stress levels down but is also great for everyone’s wellbeing. But, which companies will let you share your desk with your dog? Look no further, we have found 10 great pet friendly companies in the U.S. for you!
1. Costco Wholesale
kununu score: 4.05
Costco Wholesale is a shopper’s paradise. This membership warehouse club, set up in 1976, offers members quality, brand-name merchandise at really low prices. You may already have seen dogs wandering around the stores, but employees can also bring their service animals to work, and, in some places, also their pets, so what are you waiting for? Make sure you bring it up in your interview!
Employees say: A great company to work for
2. Sony Electronics
kununu score: 3.71
Sony Electronics isn’t just home for dogs of the robotic kind, it also allows employees in a number of jobs to bring their furry ones to work too! Sony Electronics was founded in Japan in 1946 with 20 employees and is now a powerhouse for all things electronic, so if you’re looking for a creative, digital workplace for you and your hound – be it real or virtual – this could be the place for you!
kununu score: 3.14
For Petco, National Pets@Work days are not enough. Petco believes healthier pets make happier people, which makes the world a better place — and that translates to the workplace, too. Since setting up National Pets@Work Day in 2016, Petco has been actively advocating for pet friendly workplaces and encouraging employees to bring their “furry, scaled and four-legged pets to work every day, all year long,” said CEO Brad Weston. So, if you’re looking for a pet friendly place to work, you can’t go wrong with Petco!
Employees say: It is a nice place with nice people.
kununu score: 3.89
Starbucks Corporation – the American coffeehouse chain founded in Seattle in 1971 – not only makes “Puppuccinos” for well-behaved pups, it also welcomes four-legged friends belonging to many of its employees in the workplace and offers pet insurance! So if you’re a coffee-fanatic and dog-lover, Starbucks could be a great place for your next job.
Employees say: They have been good to me for the most part
kununu score: 3.03
Goodwill Industrial Industries Inc., is a non-profit organization that offers job training, career development and other community-based programs for those who struggle to enter the workplace. Working at Goodwill means that you could be working with people with diverse needs and you could bring your four-legged friend along with you, which is sure to brighten everyone’s day.
6. The Home Depot
kununu score: 3.54
This home improvement chain is known for being dog friendly in its stores. What you might not know, though, is that The Home Depot is also a pet friendly employer. It offers nose-to-tail Veterinary Insurance for its employees’ four-legged loved ones, for everything from routine care, like shots and exams, to unexpected expenses, like illnesses and injuries and services like dog-walking and pet-sitting during your vacation!
kununu score: 3.53
Amazon recently opened its doors to four-legged employees! At the retail giant’s Seattle-based headquarters, human employees share their work space with approximately 6,000 pups on any given day. While Amazon employees receive perks like happy hour Fridays, their pups get some cool perkstoo. Not only do they get to spend the day with their owners, and receive unlimited belly rubs they can also beg borrow or steal dog treats at every reception desk in the company.
Employees say: It’s a great company to work for.
kununu score: 3.43
Walmart allows dogs in its 11,527 stores worldwide, but what about those pups belonging to its employees? Well, at some locations, employees are able to share their desks with their dogs! In Bolivar, Mo. they even have a special four-legged employee with her own name tag and vest with Walmart logo on it, called Henley.
9. Hewlett Packard Enterprise
kununu score: 3.29
At multinational IT company – Hewlett Packard, the D in BYOD no longer stands for Device, but also Dog, as many employees can take their furry companions to work with them. Hewlett Packard is also one of around 5,000 U.S. companies that has started offering pet insurance for its employees’ canine, feline and reptilian friends.
kununu score: 2.69
Do you live for customer-oriented solutions? Teleperformance works to connect brands with their customers with customer support, digital solutions and other specialized services. It could also be just the place for you and your dog as pups are allowed in some offices throughout the U.S. You could be sharing a desk with your furry friend very soon.
Employees say: I love working with them great and happy environment
This list is based on data collected by kununu. The companies listed here are based on employee testimonials on kununu that state that dogs are allowed in the workplace. We recommend talking to your employer about their pet policy, especially if you work in a warehouse or role that is not desk bound. This list is subject to change and will be updated and supplemented with new companies as and when information becomes available.