School’s out for summer, and that means more quality time outside with your pup. Even if you don’t have any vacation time to spare, you’re in luck: This month’s dog holidays include Take Your Dog to Work Day and Take Your Pet to Work Week. Check out the rest of the June dog holidays and events in your area. We hope to see you there!
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Monthly June 2022 Holidays
Pet preparedness month
Foster a pet month
Social PET working month
Weekly June 2022 Holidays
June 20-24, 2022: Take your Pet to Work Week
Daily June 2022 Holidays
June 1, 2022: International Sheltie Day
June 2, 2022: National Greyhound Day
June 12, 2022: Peruvian Hairless Dog Day
June 14, 2022: World Pet Memorial Day
June 18, 2022: Veterinary Appreciation Day
June 24, 2022: Take your Dog to Work day
June 21, 2022: National Dachshund Day
June 2022 Dog Events
June 4, 2022: 15th Annual Family Pet Expo. Takes place at Expo Idaho, 5610 N Glenwood St., Boise ID. Get more info here.
June 4, 2022: Rally for Rescued Pets Spring Expo. Join rescue organizations with adoptable pets, vendors and a chance to win raffles and prizes. VFW Weber Post 898, Buffalo, NY. Learn more here.
June 12,2022: Pawfest. A celebration of pets held at 800 S. 27th St., Mount Vernon, IL. Get more info here.
June 18-22, 2022: Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. Events include the Masters Agility Championship and the Masters Obedience Championship. Held at the Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, NY. Will be televised on FOX. Visit westminsterkennelclub.org for more information.
June 25-26, 2022: AKC Meet the Breeds. At the Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center Dallas, in Dallas, TX. Visit akc.org for more information.
June 29-July 3, 2022: Summer Canine Olympics. Takes place at the Bennet Event Center, Oklahoma State Fair Park, Oklahoma City, OK. Learn more at oksummercanineolympics.com.
Want to see what dog holidays are coming up in 2022? Check out Dogster’s dog holiday list.
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