National Mutt Day is a great time for pet lovers to show their love and appreciation for mutts. Although the holiday does not coincide with any particular breed, National Mutt Day is designed to celebrate all mutts. In fact, mutts make up the largest proportion of dogs in the shelters, yet many people still don’t know anything about them. Through this article, I want to help put your face directly at the cause and educate you on National Mutt Day.
National Mutt Day is dedicated to promoting and acknowledging the special needs of mutts throughout the nation. On this special day, this awesome festive holiday is about celebrating, loving and adopting mixed breed puppies.
When is National Mutt Day?
This special day has been created to be held on two separate dates each year, for as many months as possible, to increase awareness of the poor condition of many purebred dogs in adoption centers are found in, as over 80% of abandoned dogs are…September, December, or January. There is actually no set date for National Mutt Day, it can take place at anytime during the year.
- Year > 2021
- Date > July 31
- Weekday > Saturday
National Mutt Day Activities
One of the primary ways that we are able to recognize National Mutt Day is by raising funds for local shelters. The mutts in our lives depend on the care, love and support of their guardians, so it is very important for people to show their support for these dogs whenever possible. Many organizations, including the mutt specialty animal rescue organizations and the National Mutt Day Foundation, run various programs that raise money, awareness for purebred dogs in need. A portion of every pet sale resulting from the fundraising efforts is donated to these organizations, to ensure that they continue to provide care and loving services to dogs and purebred mutts in need.
Another way that you can show your support for National Mutt Day is to participate in a dog walk or pet reunion. There are many local and national groups that have events to celebrate this special occasion, with walkers and pet reunion coordinators who will walk your pet and groom them in exchange for a donation. These events also provide dog owners with the opportunity to interact with other pet owners of different breeds and ages, which can help to provide the boost of confidence and socialization that many purebred dogs require to thrive. The proceeds of your participation in these events can benefit local shelter and rescue groups, as well as the National Mutt Day Foundation, which use the money raised to assist shelters with providing quality services to dogs in need.
National Mutt Day Celebrations
There are many ways to celebrate National Mutt Day. The best method to celebrate this day is to do so during the last week of the month of December, because it coincides with the fourth week of the Christmas season. It’s also important to note that the holidays mentioned in this article happen to be extremely popular throughout the United States, and other countries. You may find that some of the most sought after holidays during this time period include: New Years’ Eve, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and Hanukkah. If you’re not in the United States, holidays described in this article could still be celebrated abroad; however, the particular customs and traditions associated with those holidays may differ slightly from country to country.
You’ll want to make National Mutt Day the focus of your attention for this year. If you know of any dog clubs in your area, take some time to see if you can join up. Meet other people who have purebred dogs and share ideas with them on how to promote support for National Mutt Day throughout the rest of the year. If you don’t live in or near an area with a club, consider hosting your own party to celebrate the day with the whole family. You can give away coupons for special deals at local businesses on National Mutt Day; you can also offer money off pets bought at your party as a special treat for everyone who comes!