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National Dog Day 2018 - 26 August

We love our dogs and love us. That is why we are eternally grateful. The National Dog Day honors this most faithful and adorable creature. After all, we have a long history together. The evolution of the dog to the best friend of a human being is at least 14,000 years (and probably more) when separated from wolves to become more adorable, domesticated animals. Since then, the bond between humans and dogs has exceeded time and culture to become an integral part of humanity itself. We will not have it any other way. One thing is for sure - we are so glad that people and pooches have joined forces all these years. So, on August 26th, look at videos with cute dogs flooding social media, because it's time to celebrate the best (and oldest) friend of man!


national dog day images
national dog day images

The National Dog Day falls on August 26 each year, including 2018. So you can spend less time checking your calendar, and more time shower your furry best friend with special treats!


1. Take your puppy to a "Yappy hour"

Several dog-friendly restaurants and bakeries host an occasional "nice time" - a time when you can enjoy a meal or some delights with your loved ones and pets.

2. Treat yourself to some love puppy loveHugs and kisses and figures, oh my.

Give them a nice belly rub, push them tight, and let them slobber what they want today. Dogs help reduce stress, anxiety and depression - so love for puppies is good for your health too!

3. Organize a Dog Party

Draw a collection of some of your dog's favorite lovers. It could be a great game date at your local dog beach or a party at your local dog park. Be creative. Include pet friendly decorations, party parties, hats and start with a dog dessert!


A. Lift up our Spirits

Dogs are natural mating lifts. There is also an overwhelming research that shows that they reduce stress levels. If you are made of a difficult day at the office or just having a bad day altogether, the dogs are always there to salute you when you return home. Perhaps there must be a mandatory "bear your dog to work" day!

B. They teach us valuable life lessons

Dogs remind us to stick to the things we love. They informed us that we should not take life very seriously. They are also not involved in any commitment without first neglecting the situation, but once they realize they are okay involved. Keep notes. It's definitely something.

C. They keep us socially connected

Whether you take them for a walk around the block or to get to friends at the dogfront, the presence of your dog helps us to develop friendship and social support. They make us more accessible, encouraging us to talk to other dogs and dog lovers. Who knew your dog would make the perfect feather?

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