Frenchies in offices, staffies on building sites and labradors in campsites - these are just some of the sights you can expect to see on #TakeYourDogToWorkDay.
The hashtag has been used over 25,000 times at the time of writing, with people sharing pictures of their busy pooches on social media.
The day was established in 1999 by Pet Sitters International to "promote dog adoptions and support local pet communities".
Some might say these pups are getting a ruff deal, but you would have to be barking to think they aren't eager to spend more time with their human pals.
Every day is #BringYourDogToWorkDay at Battersea! 💙 Having a dog in the office is great for your mental health & it provides them with company during the day. Just remember to make your office dog-friendly; no loose wires or food left out for them to get their paws on... 😉 pic.twitter.com/aZUuapmAfS— Battersea (@Battersea_) June 22, 2018
Happy Take Your Dog to Work Day! 😀 Being a vet, this isn’t such a stretch to have your dog in the workplace, however I’m sure there are lots of professions where this would be slightly disastrous - particularly if you work with food 🥘. Sheik likes to think of herself as a small dog, but it’s not so easy to pull off the dog in bag look with her. 😂
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By Tom Gerken, BBC UGC & Social News