July 31st is National Mutt Day, and mixed breed dogs deserve the praise. In fact, National Mutt Day is celebrated twice a year– also on December 2nd — because mutts are just that awesome! Check out these happy mixed- breed pooches!
Pet expert Colleen Paige created National Mutt Day in an effort to encourage the adoption of shelter dogs. It’s celebrated on both July 31st and December 2nd. Does it matter if a dog is purebred or mixed? We’re just happy to have our pups, no matter what’s in their DNA.
July 31st and December 2nd are both celebrated as National Mutt Day! There’s no need to settle on one breed when you can have a whole bunch rolled into one package. There are plenty of advantages to having a mixed breed dog.
Of course, we love our mutts all year long, but we’ll take any opportunity to celebrate our mixed breed buddies. Do you know someone who has a mutt? Give them a surprise with a gift in honor of National Mutt Day!
July 24th is Tell An Old Joke Day — a day to share some laughs or some groans over the jokes you’ve probably heard and told a million times before, and there’s no shortage of jokes about dogs!
July 24th is Drive-Thru Day, a day to celebrate getting tasty treats on the go from the comfort of your car, and no one loves a car ride more than our dogs. Watch these funny pups getting snacks from the drive-thru!
National Pet Fire Safety Day is July 15th, and it’s a great time to go over some fire safety tips that can prevent fires in the home and keep your dog safe should a fire break out. Being prepared and following safety tips could save your dog’s life, as well as your own.
July is National Ice Cream Month, and just because dogs shouldn’t eat human ice cream doesn’t mean they have to be left out of the fun. There are plenty of dog-safe alternatives to human ice cream.
Pet Hydration Awareness Month: 5 Cool Dog Water Bottles To Keep Your Pooch Hydrated On The Go In July
July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month! Our dogs are covered head to toe in fur and need to keep themselves hydrated, which means they need to drink lots of water. These cool dog water bottles will help your pup stay hydrated through summer!
July is National Picnic Month, and with the warm, sunny weather, it’s a great time to have a picnic with your pooch. Picnics can be fun for dogs and humans, but there are safety concerns that you should be on the lookout for.
The 4th of July is a time for the people of America to come together and celebrate their Independence Day. But our dogs want to get in on the fun sometimes, too. These dogs are happy to have some summer fun and enjoy the holiday with their best friends.
Yes, the 4th of July holiday looms, as does the possibility your pet will suffer stress, trauma, or illness associated with the festivities. How can your pet catch a break and stay healthy? You, the responsible caretaker, must educate yourself on the holiday’s hazards and proactively prepare!
What’s extremely important for dog parents on the 4th of July is to make sure that our dogs have updated tags and collars. It’s especially important this holiday because July 5th is the busiest day of the year for animal shelters.
On 4th of July weekend, we encourage pet parents to remember that holiday fireworks are often at the center of pet injuries, and we should take proper measures should to keep all dogs and cats as safe as possible as Americans celebrate their country’s birthday.
As a responsible dog parent, you probably take steps to make sure your pup is safe and as relaxed as possible on Independence Day, but there are some things that are done with the best intentions that end up making dogs’ 4th of July fears worse.
More dogs go missing on the 4th of July than any other day of the year. With all the noisy fireworks, loud parties, and distractions, it’s no wonder so many pooches bolt and get lost on Independence Day. Following a few safety tips will help keep your dog safe.
The dog days of summer are usually the hottest days of the year, but you may be wondering why we refer to them as the “dog days” and when they happen. What do our beloved canine companions have to do with the warm weather?
July is National Blueberry Month, and it’s a great time to celebrate the tiny, tasty, refreshing fruits that can be enjoyed by humans and canines alike. Blueberries really are a super food, and they’re especially delicious on a hot summer day.
July is National Lost Pet Prevention Month and serves as an important reminder to make sure your pet stays safe and does not get lost. Even if you believe you’re the safest pet parent in the world, it’s always smart to make sure you have a checklist to prevent your pet from getting lost, just in case.
Summer has officially started, and the dog days will be here again before you know it. July is National Beat The Heat Month — a reminder to us all to keep our pups cool on these hot summer days. Here are a few pups who won’t let anything stop them from staying cool while being cool.
July 11th is Cheer Up The Lonely Day. No one is better at curing loneliness than our canine friends, and if we can share just a little bit of their love and compassion with someone in need, we can make the world a better, kinder place to live.