October 4 2020
October 4 is my favorite day for the National Dog Day Parade, and I’m here to give you a taste of the party that happens every October 4.
The parade starts at 9am in Washington D.C., but this year I’ll be going to Atlanta first, where I’ll be taking part in the event. I’ll be marching up the National Mall with my dog, and I’ll be sure to add #NationalDogDay to my Twitter and Instagram handles.
The parade is not actually a parade, but a parade that occurs once a year. It’s kind of like the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, but better because you can find some good food, and then you can also get your photos taken. The parade starts in the nation’s capital at 9am and runs north.
This is an event that is run by the National Dog and Cat Partnership Association. They do not actually care if you are a dog or a cat, and they do not care if you are a dog or a cat, nor do they care if you are a dog or a cat, nor do they care if you are a dog or a cat, nor do they care if you are a dog or a cat.
The parade is a chance to raise money for the National Dog and Cat Partnership Association, the non-profit organization that does this sort of thing. The purpose of the parade is to show that the dog and cat community is one big happy family.
I know, I know, I’m not a dog person, so when I saw this, I couldn’t help but smile and say, “I can’t help but smile.
I don’t need a parade, I just need a photo and some text. If anyone is interested, I will give you a link, my username and password, and my signature. I’d really appreciate it.
The National Dog and Cat Partnership Association is a non-profit that was formed in 2004 to help the pet community. It’s goal is to increase awareness and foster a better relationship between the pet community and the general public, and to provide services to help the community. It has a lot of other good things going on, too, like a fundraising event in October which will raise money for things like a new veterinary clinic for people who have pets in the area, and dog adoption services.
The National Dog and Cat Partnership also hosts its yearly Pet Expo in October, where they hold events for pet owners, shelters, rescuers, pet supply stores, breeders, and other pet-related businesses. If you can’t make it to the Expo this year, you can still learn all about it at their website.
It’s hard to say whether the event is a success or a failure. The National Dog and Cat Partnership has made it to the top 10 in the state of Illinois, but it’s still a pretty small dog and cat event. I do have to say that it was very much worth my time. The dog and cat expo was hosted in a large, historic building, with lots of great vendors and good food. The expo even had a pet parade (in case anyone missed it).