As Springs swings into Summer, take in these wagalicious June 2021 dog events and holidays for you and your canine pal. Don’t see your dog event on the list? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include your June 2021 dog event.
June 2021 Dog Holidays
June 6-12: Pet Appreciation Week
June 21: Father’s Day (Dog Dad Day)
June 21: Dog Party Day
June 25: Take Your Dog to Work Day
June 2021 Dog Events
June 5 — June 9, 2021: North American Veterinary Community (NAVC) VMX 2021
Check it out live at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, FL, or go online for the 38th Annual VMX Veterinary Meeting and Expo. Veterinary professionals will learn the latest in animal medicine from renowned experts at the largest and most comprehensive global veterinary education conference. There will be more than 650 sessions, including ones that focus on COVID-19 in pets. Details and registration at navc.com
June 6 — June 27, 2021: Grey Muzzle Organizations Online Auction Senior Dogs Rock!
The organization’s first ever online auction features fun activities and unique items for humans and their dogs. Every dollar contributed helps at-risk senior dogs. Sign up to be a sponsor, donate an item or attend the auction, more information at greymuzzle.org.
June 6, 2021: Pet-A-Palooza: The Day of the Dog
At Yaletown, 1100 Mainland Street in Vancouver, BC, Canada. More information at petapaloozawest.com
June 8, 2021: NAVC webinar Ownership 101
For veterinary professionals, this webinar covers keys to successful veterinary practice ownership. Live at 7pm EST, go to vetfolio.com to register.
June 12 — June 13, 2021: The 145th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
Presented by Purina Pro Plan, the dog show of dog shows will be held at the Historic Lyndhurst Estate in Tarrytown, NY, with live coverage across FOX Sports networks; More at westminsterkennelclub.org
June 19, 2021: Dog Mountain Founders Celebration Dog Party 2021
This free four-hour event celebrates the lives and loves of Dog Mountain founders, Stephen and Gwen Huneck. There will be live music, food trucks, fun-filled dog contests, lawn games, raffle, prizes, a doggie agility course and plenty of room to run, romp, hike, and play. Held rain or shine from 12 PM to 4 PM EST, rain or shine. More details at dogmt.com or on Facebook.
June 23 — June 24: Virtual Best Friends National Conference
This year’s Best Friends National Conference is going all-virtual from 9 am to 3:30 pm MDT. You’re your chance to easily connect with animal welfare leaders from across the country, unite with like-minded animal welfare supporters and gain knowledge to save the lives of more homeless pets in your community Also available on demand after the conference, until July 30. Register for $55 at bestfriends.org
June 30: Dogs With Extraordinary Jobs five-part series premieres
Cheers to the working dog! The Smithsonian Channel releases its new “furocious” five-part documentary series on June 30th at 8p.m. EST. The episodes run from June 30th through July 28th, covering scent detectives, protectors, partners and rescuers. Narrated by dog-behavior expert, best-selling author and Dogster columnist Victoria Stilwell. More at smithsonianchannel.com
June 29: America’s Top Dog Season Two premieres
And it’s back in all its pawliciousness! Season Two of A&Es America’s Top Dog wags in a new format with head-to-head match ups, pitting a pup against another competitor in her class across working dogs, police K9s and “underdogs,” to prove who is best in speed, agility, teamwork and trust as dogs and their human partners navigate massive canine obstacle courses. The winners of each of the three classes face-off head-to-head to determine who is that week’s Top Dog. Each week’s winning team receives $10K plus $5K to donate to the animal charity of their choice. The winning teams return in the final week for to face off for the title of “America’s Top Dog” and an additional $25,000. Award-winning veteran studio and sports broadcaster Curt Menefee and actor and comedian David Koechner break down the action for us dog lovers at home, while sideline reporter Rachel Bonnetta woofs it up with the competing teams on the course. More at play.aetv.com.