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Pet Celebration Days for July 2018   Pet Talk

Started Jul-1 by PennyCC; 62 views.
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From: PennyCC

Jul-1

July Pet Holidays

Dog House Repair Month.

July 1, 2018: ID Your Pet Day

July 4, 2018: Independence Day. This US holiday is no holiday for dogs; the sounds of fireworks causes many dogs to panic and run, resulting in many lost dogs every year.

July 15, 2018: National Pet Fire Safety Day. Sponsored by the The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC), ADT Security Services and the American Kennel Club® (AKC).

July 21, 2018: National Craft for your Local Shelters Day

July 31, 2018: National Mutt Day

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PennyCC

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Jul-1

July 1st Is ID Your Pet Day

Making sure your pet has an ID tag or is chipped is such an important issue that the ASPCA has designated July 1 as ID Your Pet Day. It’s especially relevant around the 4th of July holiday as pets can be spooked by the sound of fireworks and run off. Additionally during the summer months, people let their pets outside more or take them on vacations which are more causes for pets to get loose.

A pet ID or chip is often the only way that pets and their pet parents (or owners) can be reunited. I’ve written about how a chip helped me track down the pet parent of the beagle chihuahua mix Baxter several years ago.

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PennyCC

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Jul-1

National Pet Fire Safety Day - PSA

The American Kennel Club (AKC) and ADT Security Services have declared July 15th as National pet fire safety day to help save the estimated 500,000 pets affe...

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Jul-1

July 31 is National Mutt Day!

July 31 is National Mutt Day! Every mutt is one of a kind, and can do anything a purebred dog can do. What's more: 75% of dogs in shelters are mutts - when y...

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