Do you have a policy concerning dogs on the jobsite? I used to tell my customers that all pets should be penned up while we were on the job. No exceptions. This was to protect the installers, the pets and the customer's property. Dogs, even the friendly ones, are sometimes startled and can become aggressive when you make a lot of noise, like banging on the floor, or loud power tools. They might feel you are attacking their home or their owners are in danger. Pets can also walk through wet glue or floor patch. This can make them sick when they try to lick it off. It can also damage other property when they run off through other parts of the home. I love dogs, but not all of my employees did. And not all dogs loved me, so I was always pretty firm about no pets on the jobsite. Customers would always tell me how friendly their pets were, but they don't seem to understand that's only when people are visiting, not when they are there to tear your house apart. Here's a video I found about the subject.