How to Observe National Dog Day in the Hudson Valley, NY Area

We salute the dogs of the Hudson Valley as we prepare for National Dog Day.

According nationaldogday.com, August 26 is National Dog Day 2022. The site states that National Dog Day was founded in 2004 by Colleen Paige (pet and family lifestyle expert and animal welfare advocate ) to celebrate all dogs, mixed breed and purebred. The mission is to educate the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year and to recognize family dogs and dogs who selflessly work every day to save lives, keep us safe and provide comfort. . Colleen Paige is encouraging dog lovers around the world to pledge $5 to their favorite animal shelter or shelter to help support dogs in need on August 26.

What can you do to celebrate National Dog Day in the Hudson Valley?

Consider adoption, don’t buy a dog. website like petfinder.com and bestfriends.org It is recommended to find a shelter dog and learn how organizations like these are changing the way we adopt. Until you find your new furry friend, consider volunteering at a local shelter or becoming a foster parent. There are a lot of responsibilities that come with fostering a dog. Be prepared and keep in mind the needs of a small dog versus a large dog.

I adopted my English bulldog Jax in 2015 and he has become a great companion. I take him with me on road trips and everyone seems to love Jax everywhere we go. I salute Jax on National Pet Day! Check out National Dog Day deals at Offers.com here.

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