August 26th is National Dog Day.  If you are a dog lover like us,  a dog co-dependent human who loves to celebrate their dog, let’s honor the DOG! This unique day encourages dog ownership of all breeds whether big mutts or purebred.  Nevertheless, if you dog is big or small, large and tall, itty bitty, young or old, we are here to encourage you to give your dog extra love and maybe even adopt a new four-legged friend!

History of National Dog Day

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National Dog Day was created in 2004 by animal advocate and pet expert Coleen Paige. The aim of this day is to raise awareness about the number of dogs that are currently in shelters and encourage the adoption of these animals. An estimated 78 million dogs are owned as pets in the United States. However, every year, 3.3 million dogs enter shelters and 670,000 are euthanized. At least 65% of owners adopt a rescue dog for free.


Krispy Kreme has announced Doggie Doughnuts in honor of National Dog Day

Celebrate National Dog Day with doggie doughnuts!  Krispy Kreme , the doughnut giant, is offering a limited time only baked dog treats for dogs starting on August 26th. The new dog-friendly invention consists of nutty-based baked dog biscuits made with all-natural ingredients and inspired by classic Krispy Kreme doughnut flavors. Specifically, there are six flavors for dogs to choose from: Original Glazed, Chocolate Cookie, Chocolate Sprinkles, Chocolate Iced, Strawberry Sprinkles and Chocolate Cheesecake.

Miss Popular

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On National Dog Day, does your dog have the top dog name of 2022?  Dog moms and dog dads have a favorite name: #1 is Luna.  Followed closely by Charlie, Bella, Daisy and Milo. And do you have the top breed of dog in the United States?  The top spot for the last 30 years is still the Labrador retriever. Furthermore, runners-up include Goldendoodles, Labradoodles, Golden Retriever and the French Bulldog.

Live Life With Dog

Above all, as you live life with dog, cherish the time you have with them.  Dogs only fault really is that they don’t live long enough.  Specifically, take a lesson from your dog:

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