Puppy Mill Action Week is observed the week before Mother’s Day, and that’s fitting, as mother dogs are usually the ones treated most poorly in puppy mills. In 2019, Puppy Mill Action Week will take place from May 5th to May 11th. Here’s what you should know.
National Pet Week is celebrated annually during the first full week of May. That’s from May 5th to the 11th in 2019. Here are seven ways you can say thanks to dogs during National Pet Week while being a responsible pet owner.
DogTime had a chance to visit Horner Park for their annual dog Easter egg hunt and parade, and it couldn’t have been more fun! The pups got a chance to socialize and play, and they even got photos with the Easter Bunny.
Dogs are part of the family, and we don’t want to exclude them on Easter, but it’s important to be cautious when there are a lot of people and distractions. Veterinarian Dr. Danielle Bernal gives dog owners some Easter safety advice for keeping pooches out of danger.
April 22nd is Earth Day! Going green doesn’t just apply to us as humans; it also applies to us as dog owners. If you want to live a greener life, it’s important to include your pets in the process. Here’s what you can do to go green.
Easter baskets and bunnies may be mostly for human kids, but your dog doesn’t have to miss out on all the Easter festivities. An Easter egg hunt is a great way for your dog to use their nose, get some exercise, and enjoy the spring weather!
It’s Easter season again, and every good dog deserves a visit from the Easter Bunny and a basket full of presents! There are plenty of treats, toys, apparel items, and supplies that are perfect for the holiday and will have your dog hopping for joy.
April Fools’ Day isn’t just for humans. Some of our best animal buddies like to get in on the prank action, too! It turns out dogs are actually excellent pranksters. Check out some of the best dog pranks YouTube has to offer!
March 23rd is National Puppy Day! It’s a day to celebrate the puppies in our lives for being so adorable and loving. It’s also a day to laugh at all the adorably annoying things they do!
National Puppy Day is March 23rd! Even if you can’t adopt a puppy, there are plenty of ways to help puppies in need in honor of this holiday. Volunteer, raise funds, foster, or find other ways to get involved!
What better way to celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day than with one, two, or three…dog breeds. (You probably thought I was going to say beers, didn’t you?) Lots of dog breeds originated from Ireland, so let’s shine a spotlight on them in honor of St. Paddy’s Day.
Time to break out your shamrock sunglasses and green beads! Saint Patrick’s Day is a great time to celebrate with your dog. You don’t have to be an Irish Setter to have fun! Here are 23 dogs who can’t wait to Sham-Rock!
Mardi Gras, or Fat Tuesday, is a day of fun, and nobody knows fun quite like our dogs! The pooches in these pictures have their beads ready, along with their green, purple, and gold attire. Don’t be surprised if you see them leading the parade!
K9 Veterans Day is celebrated on March 13th, which is the date that the US Army K9 Corps was founded in 1942. Spread the word and help honor the dogs who serve. Here are five out of the countless military dogs who deserve our respect.
Forget elephants and donkeys–the White House has often been the domain of canines. With Presidents Day on the way, here are some facts about the pooches who made the White House their home with their Presidential parents and what it takes to be First Dog.
These cute dogs would absolutely love to celebrate with you and be your Valentine! Whether you go out or stay in, make sure you give your dog a big old hug and kiss. Happy Valentine’s Day!
National Love Your Pet Day is celebrated on February 20th, and it’s a great holiday to go above and beyond for your dog to show your love.
Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day is celebrated on February 23rd, and it’s a perfect time to surprise your pup with some yummy biscuits to celebrate.
January 24th is Change A Pet’s Life Day! We’re celebrating with these 10 inspirational dogs whose lives were completely turned around for the better!
National Dress Up Your Pet Day is a fun holiday that is meant to celebrate the pets we love. It is not an excuse to bother or frighten your pup with awkward and constricting getups. Here are some great tips to participate safely!
There are plenty of ways to celebrate Change A Pet’s Life Day on January 24th and make a positive impact on the life of dogs who need your help.