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National Black Dog Day - 2021-10-01
What is National Black Dog Day?
We often refer to dogs as man’s best friend. From curly, long-haired poodles to short-haired pointers, the variety of dog breeds is phenomenal. The options are endless: large breeds, small ones, skinny or chubby. Black dogs have earned themselves a bad reputation. Sadly, they’re often the last to be adopted - purely because of the color of their fur. BDLM: Black Dog’s Lives Matter! Black dogs do not differ in temperament from other dogs and are just as loving and loyal. Black-colored dogs deserve a wonderful home where they’ll be nurtured and cared for. Adopting a pet from a shelter is a good way to provide a loving home, as well as reduce the number of strays and backyard-breeding. National Black Dog Day aims to encourage the adoption of these often-overlooked pups and to end the stigma associated with owning a black dog.
When is National Black Dog Day?
We celebrate National Black Dog Day on October 1st.
History of National Black Dog Day
National Black Dog Day was founded by Colleen Paige, an author and pet expert, in 2012 to end the stigma that surrounds black-colored dogs.
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