August 26th is National Dog Day! Of course, every day is Dog Day if you have a loving pooch at home. However, we can always use another excuse to go above and beyond for the canines who show us love all year long.
August 26th is National Dog Day! Maybe every day is Dog Day in your home, but we’ll take any excuse to go above and beyond for our pooches. Dogs do so much for us all year long. It’s only right that we take a day to honor our besties and do a little something extra for them.
Spoil Your Dog Day is on August 10th, and we couldn’t be more ready to celebrate by adoring and pampering our pooches! Our pups deserve to break the rules, get new toys and treats, and be spoiled even more rotten than they already are, just like the pooches in these pictures!
The International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR) established International Homeless Animals Day in 1992, and it falls on the third Saturday in August ever year. The event raises awareness about the overpopulation of dogs and cats that contributes to these animals becoming homeless around the world.
You may not have heard of “Dogust” yet, but it’s coming up on August 1st! Dogust is the unofficial birthday celebration for all shelter dogs whose exact birthdays are unknown. If you adopted a dog from the shelter and don’t know their exact birthday, then join in on the celebration!
All dog lovers should check out the amazing sales during Amazon Prime Day. Get great deals on dog supplies that you use year round! Or, shop for a gift for the dog or dog lover in your life.
One of the big buzz words from this last decade is the word “selfie,” and now it even has a day of it’s own. That’s right! June 21st is National Selfie Day. Here are some of the most dapper dog selfies on Instagram right now!
Business goes to the dogs on Friday, June 21st as workplaces across the country celebrate Take Your Dog To Work Day. But before you put a tie around your pup’s neck and print out an employee badge for Fido, take some common-sense steps to help the workday go smoothly for all involved.
Did you know that June 3rd is Insect Repellent Awareness Day? Me neither! But it’s always a good time to talk about insect repellent for our dogs so we can keep them safe from bugs and the diseases they can carry.
National Running Day can be a good excuse to enjoy a fun run with your dog, whether you do it while playing a good game of fetch, running around the house, or leashing up and hitting the trail. Get ready to run on June 5th!
Our pooches are awesome at being good friends, and other members of the animal kingdom know that, too! Here are a few stories of canines who show us friends can come in any shape, color, size, or species in honor of National Best Friends Day!
Are you a Star Wars fan and a dog lover? Then you’re probably as excited as I am for Star Wars Day on May 4th! May the 4h be with you! Here are 30 pictures of dogs from Instagram who are happy to join in on their humans’ fandom!
Ten million dogs and cats go missing every year. That’s why National Lost Dog Awareness Day, observed on April 23rd, is such an important day for pet owners. Here are a few things you can do if you ever have to find a lost dog.
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 on March 23rd! It’s a day to celebrate puppies and all the joy and happiness they bring into our lives. Here are ten fun things you can do with your pup in honor of this special day!
March 23 is National Puppy Day! Prepare to be inundated with pictures of puppies. To celebrate we created a gallery of 30 of the cutest and most adorable puppies from Instagram!
February 22nd is officially Walking The Dog Day! Remember, it’s extremely important to a dog’s health to make sure they have daily exercise, so make walking a daily part of their routine. Check out these pups going bonkers for walks!
No One Eats Alone Day is a day to encourage kids in school to make friends during lunch. Luckily, our dogs are here to inspire us to reach out, share a meal, and add members to our packs.