August 26th is National Dog Day! What better way to celebrate your dog than with a day dedicated just for them? It was founded in 2004 by Colleen Paige, an animal lover and expert. This day aims to bring attention for the poor treatment of dogs around our globe as well as encourage adoption which she experienced firsthand when her family adopted Sheltie from a shelter at 10. National Dog Day was adopted into New York State Legislation in 2013. On August 26th, National Dog Day becomes many dogs’ birthday and it’s as popular among all breeds of canines! For those who don’t own any pets at home already there are K9 parties planned specifically so they may meet other animals in person while also celebrating their own furry friend–what could possibly make things more fun?!
How To Celebrate National Dog Day
The best way to celebrate National Dog Day is by celebrating all dogs, mixed breed and pure. Dogs put their lives on the line every day for personal protection or in service of others – law enforcement officers protecting us from crime; guide dogs helping people walk safely despite disabilities such as guideships blindness etc., Search & Rescue teams saving victims who might be stuck under debris somewhere off-course during natural disasters…and so much more! This day should remind everyone just how important these amazing animals really are not only today but always because no matter what type you have at home there will always.for personal protection, for law enforcement, for the disabled, for our freedom and safety by detecting bombs and drugs and pulling victims of tragedy from wreckage, now they’re detecting cancer and seizures…things even humans cannot do. National Dog Day is against any kind of breed ban. “Dogs should not have to lose their lives because of the atrocities they have been forced to endure at the hands of man”, says Colleen Paige, founder of National Dog Day.
How to Bring Home Your Dog Soul Mate
We all want to find the perfect match, but buying a dog from an sketchy pet store or website can be too much of risk. If you’re looking for someone who has been abandoned and needs help making their way in life then please consider adopting instead! There is sure to be some little furry soul waiting at your local shelter that would love having more friends like yourself. Another great place to find a new best friend is at large chain pet stores that host adoption drives.When considering buying from a breeder, verify that you’re buying from a reputable breeder by checking out their licensing, internet reviews and ask for local references such as from a veterinarian. It’s vital to educate yourself about the breed you’re considering parenting. Millions of dogs are euthanized each year because they were unwanted or people don’t realize how to properly care for the demands in a breed, which leads them straight into animal shelters or rescue groups looking for new homes. A dog just wants love from you and deserves it too.