Celebrating Our Furry Friends on National Dog Day! 🐾
As the sun rises on National Dog Day, a chorus of barks, wagging tails, and heartwarming tales fill the air, reminding us of the extraordinary bond we share with our furry companions. Today, we come together to celebrate not only the joy that dogs bring to our lives but also the profound impact of adoption and rescue.
From the exuberant pups that greet us at the door after a long day to the wise old souls who share their wisdom through soulful gazes, dogs hold a unique place in our hearts. They offer companionship, inspire adventure, and teach us valuable lessons about loyalty and compassion.
National Dog Day isn't just about pampering our pups with treats and belly rubs – it's about acknowledging the countless canines that have found new beginnings through adoption. These remarkable dogs, who might have once known hardship, abandonment, or neglect, now shine as beacons of resilience and second chances.
National Dog Day isn't just a celebration – it's an opportunity to give back to the dogs who've given us so much. It's a day to honor the shelter workers, volunteers, and organizations that tirelessly dedicate themselves to finding loving homes for our furry friends in need.
Together, let's turn the spotlight on adoption and rescue. Let's showcase the remarkable transformations that can occur when we open our hearts to a dog in need. As we share our stories and photographs, let's inspire a wave of compassion and awareness for the countless dogs awaiting their own chance at a brighter tomorrow.
Happy National Dog Day! 🐕🐾 Let's celebrate the indomitable spirit of rescue and the enduring bond between humans and their four-legged companions.
Here's a glimpse into the lives of some furry friends who belong to the Entec Polymers family.
ABOUT NATIONAL DOG DAY
National Dog Day is celebrated August 26th annually.
National Dog Day celebrates all dogs, mixed breed and pure. Their mission is to help galvanize the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year and acknowledges family dogs and dogs that work selflessly each day to save lives, keep us safe and bring comfort. Dogs put their lives on the line every day...for personal protection, for law enforcement, for the disabled, for our freedom and safety by detecting bombs and drugs and pulling victims of tragedy from wreckage, now they're detecting cancer and seizures...things even humans cannot do.
"Millions of dogs are killed each year because they're simply unwanted, says Colleen Paige, founder of National Dog Day. They're unwanted because no one realized how to properly care for the demands of the breed. They're unwanted because they were bought as a Christmas gift for a child that didn't keep their promises about caring for the dog...unwanted because they shed too much...unwanted because they bark too much. UNWANTED...simply because someone changed their mind. All a dog wants to do is love you and be loved by you. Dogs are amazing, courageous, sensitive and sentient beings that deserve compassion and respect. Please consider bringing what was once considered "unwanted love", into your heart and home on National Dog Day!"
For dogs adopted on August 26th, National Dog Day becomes many a dog’s birthday and for all dogs, it's as popular and exciting as the Super Bowl, with the anticipation of the day culminating into an explosion of network news stories, national TV show segments, online videos, shelter events, internet photos and K9 parties planned around the globe! Even citizens who are not dog owners will be encouraged to donate $5 to their local shelter or rescue on August 26th.Learn More About NDD