I work from home and so take my dogs to work with me every day . Although they're actually very distracting colleagues and make a mess at the water fountain. And demand too many snack breaks. And manage to stretch lunch out to 90 mins most days. But other than that...
One of my lecturers at Uni used to bring her dog to work, he would trot behind her into the lecture hall and flop on the floor and sleep (and snore)....it was quite cute. I tried to encourage dp to take our hound to work, but he is far too distracting.
One of the big advantages of being a vet is being able to take your dog/s to work. Some days we have more staff dogs than patients! Mine have seen so many anaesthetics administered that I reckon they'd know how to do it, if only they had hands.
Aaaahhh one of our local MPs has a Staffie who goes out on the Campaign Trail with him. My DS was delighted to have the dog say' hello' to him ,I bent down to say hello( Got permission first) and found myself looking into a very large staffie smile mouth with a hell of a lot of teeth. Lovely boy!!