Staff at a Sudbury supermarket looked barking mad to customers as they threw a bone to charity on Saturday.
Around 70 colleagues from Sainsbury’s in Cornard Road wore homemade dog ears and gave money to wear non-uniform for the day, raising £500 for Guide Dogs.
Martin Pyle, store manager, said: “The customers’ response was fantastic, they were very supportive. It was great to see colleagues donating money and wearing their ears for a great cause.”
Guide Dogs trains animals, conducts research and campaigns for the rights of partially-sighted people.
Visit www.guidedogs.org.uk for more information.