National Puppy Day is celebrated on March 23 of every year. It is the day to enjoy with the pups that bring so much joy and happiness into their lives. The day should not only chance to lavish love on your adorable furball but also help save orphaned puppies across the globe and educate the public about the horrors of puppy mills, according to the National Puppy Day website. National Puppy Day is a day to aware of care for orphaned pups, and also to educate people about the horrors of puppy mills across the country.
History of National Puppy Day
National Puppy Day seeks to celebrate the unconditional love that animals bring to people’s lives. Puppies are young dogs and depending on the breed; some remain puppies for longer than others, and it is held on March 23rd every year in the hopes of improving the lives of animals everywhere. Colleen Paige, who is also the founder of National Dog Day and National Cat Day, founded the celebration in 2006. National Puppy Day has become an international celebration and has trended on social media every year since 2012.
Other Celebrations on March 23
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How to Celebrate the National Puppy Day
Celebrating the National Puppy Day is simple and easy. Adopt a puppy from your local shelter, rescue or pure breed rescue organization. Donate money, food, and toys to your local shelter. Organise aOrganisel demonstration in front of your community pet store that sells puppies. Write your Congressman and ask that he/she support the ban of Puppy Mills in your state. Assist an ill or elderly neighbor by walking their puppy. Have a puppy party and invite all your friends and their animals! Join a fun, dog-friendly community online and post pics of your puppy for the world to ooh and ahh over! Host a community event to raise money for your local animal shelter. Volunteer at your local shelter and offer to walk a puppy or play with a puppy, clean cages or anything else they need helps. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media by using the hashtag #PuppyDay.