Dog lovers from the US rejoice, because it’s the proper moment to celebrate National Dog’s Day on August 26th. August 26th has been named National Dog’s Day by Colleen Page, Pet lifestyle expert and animal advocate. Moreover, it’s a celebration which permits dog owners to take pride in their canine friends and show them some love.
There’s a special feeling that warms up a dog owner’s heart each time he takes care of and plays with his furry companion, dubbed “man’s best friend.”
It’s widely known that dogs love their owners unconditionally, as they are some of the most adorable creatures on earth. If one looks into a dog’s eyes, it’s plain to see how they radiate with cheerfulness and warmth, as dogs have a very sensitive side when it comes to protecting their owners. What’s more – dogs never judge you.
One of the best ideas to celebrate your pup – or dog, whichever – would be to take him out for a stroll in the park, as they just love to play outside, taking into account their outdoorsy nature. You could play with them in the park, or whichever green area of your choice, or simply let them breathe some fresh air. They’ll be more than thankful.
Moreover, why not give him an award, a present? They’ll surely love it. Perhaps presenting them with a collar, a cute toy or maybe a pack of dog snacks would be great ideas.
Otherwise, you could take some photos that you will surely love at the present time and remember with nostalgia later on. You could ask one of your friends for help, but dog selfies are a good idea too.
Provided you truly want to have fun with your furry friend, you could even throw a party. You could party in the coziness of the place where you live, but you could look around in your area for dog care centers, where their staff will be more than glad to help you out, by decorating and fixing up the place, all for your dog’s wellness and yours, as well.
If dogs truly melt your heart, you could consider adopting one from a local center. Otherwise, there are other options instead of adopting: volunteering for the rescue organization by walking the pups, for instance. After all, many cats and dogs have been waiting in shelters to be adopted and to bring joy to their potential home.
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