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December 2nd is National Mutt Day!!

Posted on Dec 02, 2016 by deborah  | Tags: mutt-mixed-breed-shelter-rescue-exam-dog-cat-canine-feline  | Comments (0)


December 2 is NATIONAL MUTT DAY!!!

Here at Cinema Veterinary Center we celebrate all of your furry friends!! If you rescue an animal from any animal shelter we offer a free Shelter Exam withing the first week of coming to their new home!!

National Mutt Day, also known as National Mixed Breed Dog Day, was created in 2005 by Celebrity Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate, Colleen Paige and is celebrated on both July 31st and December 2nd. National Mutt Day is all about loving, saving and celebrating mixed breed dogs.

This special day was created to be celebrated on two dates per year, to raise awareness of the problem of mixed breed dogs in shelters around the nation, as approximately 80% of dogs in shelters are mixed breeds. Most pure breeds that end up in the shelter are generally rescued quickly by either the public wanting a “less expensive” pure bred dog or by a pure breed rescue. The day’s mission is to educate the public about the sea of mixed breed dogs that desperately await new homes and to celebrate the amazing characteristics that the mix of breeds creates in each individual dog.

Mixed breed dogs tend to be healthier, better behaved, they live longer and are just as able to perform the duties of pure bred dogs - such as bomb and drug sniffing, search and rescue and guiding the blind. There are millions of loving and healthy mixed breed dogs sitting in shelters, who are desperately searching for a new home. One of the country's most famous movie dogs is Benji, a mixed breed Terrier.

So please visit your local shelter and find a new friend! If you can't adopt a mixed breed friend on July 31st or December 2nd, please donate at least $5 to your local animal shelter, as they all need financial assistance and every dollar counts! You can also volunteer to walk a dog, donate food and other supplies needed to your local animal shelter or make a donation in the memory of a loved dog who has crossed the Rainbow Bridge.


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