NATIONAL DOG BISCUIT DAY
All dog owners, remember that February 23rd is National Dog Biscuit Day! This day is also observed around the world as International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day.
Dog biscuits come in a variety of sizes, shapes, and flavors. They serve to reward a man’s best friend for good behavior as part of their training. Dog owners may also give a biscuit to show their canine companions just how much they love them, too. Sometimes, dog biscuits serve to deliver vitamins and medicines we may have difficulty getting our pooches to take otherwise.
Specialty treats offer dogs and their owners so much to chews from! Even dogs on restricted diets won’t have trouble finding a dog biscuit that’s gentle on their tummy. Others help keep teeth healthy and fresh, too! What better reward could you ask for?
HOW TO OBSERVE #NationalDogBiscuitDay
- Get your canine companion a dog biscuit to celebrate.
- Go for a walk to burn off any extra calories or explore the varieties available. Maybe you’ll find a new treat your furry friend loves.
- Make some homemade dog biscuits like these:
- Share your favorite dog biscuit recipes.
- Use #NationalDogBiscuitDay to post on social media.
NATIONAL DOG BISCUIT DAY HISTORY
While National Day Calendar continues to search for the origins of this day, we’re going to treat our furry friends to an extra dog biscuit to celebrate. We have no doubt a dog lover created this day, too.
Dog Biscuit FAQ
Q. Can my dog have too many dog biscuits?
A. Like humans, our furry friends can overeat, too. Speak with your veterinarian to determine the frequency of treats for your four-legged pal.
Q. Are all dog biscuits the same?
A. No. Dog biscuits come with a variety of ingredients, flavors, sizes, and textures.
Q. My dog has allergies. What are some dog biscuits I can give him?
A. If you know what he’s allergic to, you can make homemade dog biscuits using ingredients he can have. Talk with your veterinarian for specific ways to treat your canine pal.