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National Dog Day, or Dog Appreciation Day is observed on August 26th annually to help people acknowledge the importance of their own pets. It’s a chance to celebrate all things dog and our furry friends certainly deserve a day of celebration.
We've put together some suggestions that you can do with your dog, take a look to find out the best ways in honor of International Dog Day!
If you've never given your dog a massage before, start with a gentle neck rub. It may be appropriate to move on to other body parts once you determine that your dog enjoys it (closed eyes and relaxed posture). While doing the massage, keep an eye out for your dog's symptoms since dogs frequently utilize body language to express themselves.
Did you know there are beers specifically for dogs? A cold doggy beer is the ideal way to pamper your furry best friend on pet day. Non-alcoholic dog beers are usually flavored with chicken or beef. It's a healthy and enjoyable way to give your dog a nice drink.
Make your pup buzz around the town by hosting a season's event: a National Dog Day Party. Invite all of your dog's best buddies from daycare, the dog park to this party. Your dog will appreciate it whether you buy a cake kit or make your own one. Consider dog-themed treats for the people, such as mini-hotdogs and sandwiches sliced into bone shapes.
You may dine out with your dog to make your dining experience more enjoyable. In an era when more and more restaurants offer outside service, it's easier than ever to bring your dog along. You may also take your furry friend outside, enjoy some snacks at pet-friendly restaurants hosting a "yappy hour."
Your dog likes nothing more than to spend time with you. Bring your four-legged pet to work with you on National Dog Day and make him/her and coworkers happy! As a morale booster, dogs are a fantastic way to de-stress in the office as well. Make sure everyone with allergies or other concerns is aware of the situation.
The main benefit of dog yoga is that it can reduce stress in both dogs and humans. You may find that practicing breathing and meditation techniques has a calming effect on your dog. Your pet will enjoy the opportunity to make new friends and be a part of the fun.
Canvas wall art is a perfect addition to any loving home, but the best thing about pet canvas is that the sentimental value will last forever. Image details are reproduced with remarkable clarity on canvas. Treasure your dog forever with a Personalized Canvas that can capture your dog’s personality exactly the way you want.
Trick training will keep your dog mentally and physically stimulated and be a great way to interact with your pet. It's also crucial that you're in a good mood and ready to praise your dog when he/she performs well. Also, be sure to conclude each training session with playtime so that your pet associates training with a fun pastime.
Create lasting memories on your Dog Day by hiring a professional photographer or asking a friend to take photos of you and your furry friend. In that way, you'll remember the good times you had together for years to come and your Facebook friends will thank you for the influx of cute dog pictures that show up on their newsfeed.
Nothing expresses your love and affection for your dog like food. There are lots of recipes for doggy cakes, homemade biscuits, and popsicles available online. This National Dog Day, make something homemade for your pets, they will enjoy whatever you gift them.
You love to SUP, and you love your pup, why not teach your pup to ride along on your paddle board adventures on Puppy Day? It can be a great way to spend time with your dog in the great outdoors and get some exercise. Don't forget to learn about some helpful hints for teaching your dog to ride a boat in a safe, simple, and enjoyable way.
Let your pet experience pet holiday by exploring nature. They will absolutely love all the different sights, sounds, and smells! One of the most appealing aspects of camping is that it is completely pet-friendly! Almost any activities that the family does such as swimming, hiking, or relaxing by the campfire, your pet is welcome to join.
Plan a couple trips with your dog to try some different things and mix up your routine. There are several "off-road" activities that your dog will enjoy. You may start by going for a brief trek on a path, running in a park or playing fetch at the beach. Then go to more complicated activities such as riding a bike or rollerblading.
Get yourself something to celebrate the bond with your dog. It could be a piece of art, a framed photo of your pet or a coffee mug that expresses your affection for him. As long as you have something to look at, you will constantly be reminded of how close you and your friend are.