From National Sourdough Bread Day (April 1) to National Blueberry Popsicle Day (September 2), it would seem everything has its day. But occasionally these days serve a bigger purpose by bringing attention to an issue.
April 23 is Lost Dog Awareness Day.
“We live in a world where people sometimes assume the dogs they find are unwanted. Lost Dog Awareness Day has the stats to prove them wrong,” the group “Lost Dogs of America” posted online.
This is the fourth annual observance of the day, meant to remind people that not all stray dogs don’t have a home, and there are likely owners out there looking for them.
Lost Dogs of America gave reasons why people should know about today and why they should help if they can.
Your participation will benefit your community because:
• Getting lost dogs home reduces stress on the owner and the dog
• Reduces work for staff at shelters/animal control facilities and rescues
• Saves taxpayers’ money for animal care
• Opens up cage and kennel space for truly homeless dogs
On this Lost Dog Awareness Day, do your part to help bring lost dogs and other animals home by volunteering for local shelters and/or taking in animals while they await being found by their owners.
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source: The Denver Channel
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