National Black Dog Day 2019 : Celebrate with Quotes, Images

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National Black Dog Day

National Black Dog Day is celebrated with a view to encouraging the adoption of a black dog that many times gets left behind in shelters just because of the color of its fur. The day helps a lot in spreading awareness among the dog owners to treat the dogs of all colors in the same way. It is often seen that most of the people prefer to adopt lighter-colored dogs over black dogs.

But the truth is regardless of color, size, behavior, personality, age, etc. every dog deserves to be treated the same by all the dog owners. Considering the fact, Colleen Paige who is a pet/lifestyle expert makes the first move of the first National Black Dog Day.

National Black Dog Day Date

National Black Dog Day is observed on 1st October every year to increase the awareness of unconditional dog adoption. Though there is a bizarre phenomenon called “black dog syndrome”, it has no factual value in reality. Understanding the fact clearly, Colleen Paige started to bring a change through initiating this day.

National Black Dog Day

National Black Dog Day 2019

National Black Dog Day 2019 is going to be celebrated on Tuesday, 1st October. The day is reducing the barrier of adopting black dogs and enhancing positive approaches among dog owners all over the world.

Celebrate National Black Dog Day

People celebrate this day by adopting a black dog or by showing much love to their existent black dogs. On the occasion of this day, people who are concern about the true fact try to share their knowledge and experience with others to make them understand the misconception. The more awareness the day can spread, the more lives of black dogs it can save.

National Black Dog Day Images

It’s National Black Dog Day today – A special day devoted to highlighting the plight of black dogs in shelters & rehoming centres around the globe, just because of their colouring they are less likely to be adopted – crazy!

Happy National Black Dog Day! This day was created to bring awareness to adoptable black dogs, who often spend more time in shelters than their many-colored counterparts.

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National Black Dog Day Images
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Why We Should Love National Black Dog Day

Regardless of the color, size, age, personality, behavior, or breeding, dogs have been our one of the best friends for a long since. In fact, black dogs are like all other dogs of different colors and stay with us being one of our best companions. Following the lesson of National Black Dog Day, we should love and adopt all types of dogs and should not discriminate.

National Black Dog Day Quotes

Happy National Black Dog Day from Corby! It’s a day to encourage people to adopt black dogs, who often get left behind in shelters just because of the color of their fur. “Black Dog Syndrome” is when black dogs are passed over for adoption in favor of lighter-colored animals.

Here we have National Black Dog Day Quotes, funny dog quotes and much much more which make your health filled with love and affection for your dog and you will come to know what a blessing you have (if you have a dog ). Below motioned are the National Black Dog Day Quotes 2019, hope you like it.

And dogs, unlike people, have a good memory for good – and a bad one for bad. (Elchin Safarli)

I have long suspected that dogs are much smarter than humans; I was even sure that she could talk, but that there was only stubbornness in her. She is an extraordinary politician: she notices everything, all the steps of a person. (N. Gogol)

Dogs talk, but only with those who can listen. (Orhan Pamuk)

Dogs are usually loved more than wives, as dogs bark only on strangers. (V. Gavelya)

If people have naivety to believe in God, then dogs have naivety to believe in man. (Eric Emmanuel Schmitt)

If you need someone grateful, get a dog. (R. Harris)

 Last Words

Through the occasion of National Black Dog Day, we learn to adopt black dogs, take care of them, love them, and appreciate them. Only after then, we can create a better life for dogs of all colors and breeds.