Small dogs are adorable, cuddly, and they suit any home or apartment. They make the best companions for kids too! So, if you find yourself trying to decide which dog to adopt, we’ve got a few ideas on which ones should be at the top of your list.
Happy National Dog Day! Created by the National Dog Day Foundation, their motto is "Saving 10,000 Dogs - One Day at a Time". The first goal of National Dog Day is to honor dogs and all they do for us. Not only do they give us love and companionship, but they also provide many services from being a watchdog and rescuer to helping out the disabled.
The second goal of National Dog Day is to rescue dogs from homelessness and abuse. The National Dog Day Foundation's aspiration is to rescue 10,000 dogs a year. If you don't have a dog, consider adopting one from a shelter today. Go to your local dog shelter or check out Pet Finder. Please do not purchase dogs from unethical backyard breeders and pet stores - their puppies typically come from puppy mills.
Don't know your dog's birthday? Well here's a great substitute birth date for your dog! What dog wouldn't want a summertime birthday!
If you're not sure how to celebrate National Dog Day, take your dog out for a walk outside, e.g. in the park or on the beach. Bring his/her favorite toys to play with. Put in an extra 15 minutes of fetch. Provide extra belly rubs and doggie massages! If your dog enjoys the groomer, take him to a spa appointment there. Buy your dog a new toy or treats. The list of fun things to do with your dog is endless, but most important of all is for you to spend some extra time with your dog and appreciate all that your dog does for you every day!
Hunting for a new furry friend? Or are you curious about which dog size you should select? Whatever your reason is, you can find various dog sizes among various kinds of dog breeds. Due to evolution and human meddling, it’s difficult to remember that the tiny pomeranian and the great Newfoundland share the same ancestor. […]
Dogs that stay small are adorable, easy to carry and don’t eat much. This means they are easier to take care of, even on a budget! The thing about them is that they don’t always have a good reputation, primarily due to certain misinformed stereotypes. Chances are, you may also be having some of these misgivings.