Read on how to get a FREE physical exam for any dog or cat adopted from the Humane Society.
We start by bringing you the official description of National Dog Day:
National Dog Day celebrates all breeds, pure and mixed and serves to help galvanize the public to recognize the number of dogs that need to be rescued each year, either from public shelters, rescues and pure breed rescues. National Dog Day honors family dogs and dogs that work selflessly to save lives, keep us safe and bring comfort. Dogs put their lives on the line every day – for their law enforcement partner, for their blind companion, for the disabled, for our freedom and safety by detecting bombs and drugs and pulling victims of tragedy from wreckage.
Dogs have been “man’s best friend” for over 15,000 years. We rely on our wonderful canine companions to keep us safe, bring us comfort, and love us unconditionally. National Dog Day is our opportunity to show our deep appreciation for these remarkable animals and to find homes for all of the dogs in need of a loving family.
Full Circle Veterinary Care is an advocate of taking care of animals in the best way possible. We support National Dog Day as an effort to bring awareness to the plight of so many homeless dogs, cats and other pets. If you can support another pet at your house be sure to check out the adoption agencies and shelters caring for a multitude of pets. There are over 17,000 shelters in the USA. You can use the Adopt-A-Pet search widget on our home page to view these available pets within a 10 to 25 mile radius.
To celebrate National Dog Day, adopt a dog (or cat) from your local shelter. Full Circle Veterinary Care will provide a FREE first physical exam for any dog or cat adopted from the Humane Society. Bring in your paperwork within 7 days of adopting your new pet for this special offer. Call us at FCVC for an appointment at 970-587-5140.
Want 20 ideas to celebrate the day? This page on National Dog Day.com has 20 ways you can help and celebrate your pets.
Attribution – in part from our friends at NationalDogDay.com
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