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By Wendy Frink

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Omar the Pug

Are you part of a company that allows pets or has its own office dog? Perhaps your home office has a furry assistant (like Omar the Pug, pictured above on a conference call at Martin-Lauer Associates in Baltimore, while his boss naps).

We want to hear from you. Share a photo of your office pet with us in one of these ways:
-- Post a link to your photo in the comments section below
-- Tweet your pic using the hashtag #ENTpets
-- Post on Instagram using the hashtag #ENTpets

Some of the most charming submissions will be featured in an upcoming article on Entrepreneur.com. We will also share photos on Twitter and Instagram.

Wendy Frink

Social Media Editor at Entrepreneur.com

Wendy Frink is the social media editor for Entrepreneur.com.

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