Don’t you know that this week is the National Dog Week?
Fellas! It’s National Dogs Week! And to be exact, this is the 87th National Dog Week celebration.
Almost a century ago, a war veteran of World War 1 named, Captain Will Judy started this dog revolution that changed how the world perceived dogs. This Military Officer was so touched with the heroism of dogs that lost their lives during the war. Possibly, one of the reasons why he committed himself to educating the Americans, his Countrymen, and people around the world about the importance of dogs and that’s why we should respect them.
National Dog Week
He is also a promulgator of Dog World Magazine which gives him all the time in the world to promote dog awareness. He wrote an enormous article that touched the hearts of every American, educating them about dog welfare and within a blink of an eye, he succeeded his quest in protecting dogs on his own little way. Thus, the National Dog Week was celebrated in his wake.
How to Celebrate National Dog Week?
It is very true that this week means big for us, but how do we celebrate it? Some dog owners with established clubs run their own dog shows like agility contest and obedience contest.
But if you really want to celebrate with your dog in your own way then, here are some heart-warming ways to celebrate National Dogs Week:
- Check the vaccination schedules of your dog and talk with your veterinarian to always update you.
- Ask your vet the proper dog food and nutrition suitable for their age.
- Bring your dog to your vet, I know it will cost you a bit, but this is one way of celebrating National Dogs Week.
- Give them the best exercise for their age. A walk to the park or a short run during weekends will give them the vigor that they need.
The true meaning of National Dogs Week is to give back to your furry companion, to take care of their needs, to check their health status and to give them a little bit of importance because to our dog’s eye, no matter how rich we are or how poor we are, they will always be our number 1 fan, they will always be loyal and some dogs even die for their master during the World War I. Let us remind ourselves that our dogs loved us unconditionally and let’s give them an especial place in this world and in our heart. Happy National Dogs Week everyone!