National Puppy Day is an American holiday dedicated to little furry lumps of happiness. A huge number of people around the world are being moved by pictures of puppies. What could be nicer? The holiday is celebrated annually on March 23.
The history of National Puppy Day begins in 2006. Colleen Page made a corresponding proposal for the creation of the holiday. She knows the ins and outs of raising pets and helps owners find a common language with them. The purpose of the holiday is to raise public awareness about the problem of the growing number of homeless dogs, as well as to motivate people to take home a new fluffy friend. The best way to do this is with the help of a shelter. This way, you will take responsibility for the animal’s life and make room for new dogs.
Colleen Page has been able to bring a great many people to the attention of dog shelters. Thanks to the holiday, thousands of little puppies have found homes. Dog owners must understand their responsibility to the animal. Situations vary, but as a result of a move or the death of an owner, animals are often left alone on the street. You can’t do that to those who are attached to you. Dogs are not people, they cannot betray, they remain faithful to their owners throughout their lives. Don’t hurt them!
- Dogs are among the oldest domesticated animals. Most researchers are inclined to believe that dogs are descended from wolves. There are opinions that the ancestors of some breeds were jackals.
- Dogs are universal animals. They are not only great pets, but also faithful helpers. There are dogs that are used in warfare, the bomb-sniffing dogs. These animals work in the police, in rescue services. There are also guides. Dogs help blind people to move safely on the street.
How to celebrate
Did you want to get a dog? Celebrating National Puppy Day is the best way to make a wish come true. If you have a pet, give it more attention. Play with him, walk with him! You can financially support the shelters or bring them food for the animals and medicine.
Spread the word on social media. Ask users what breed of dog they have. If she doesn’t have one, would they like to get a pet.
When is National Puppy Day in 2024?
National Puppy Day is observed on March 23 each year.