Give thanks for your dog by taking him to the latest dog events or celebrating the dog holidays in November 2020. Due do the Covid-19 pandemic, check November 2020 dog event listings websites to see if the event is being held in person, virtually or has been cancelled. Don’t see your November 2020 dog event on this list? Email us your dog event details to email@example.com.
DOG EVENTS ALL NOVEMBER 2020
In celebration of Adopt a Senior Pet Month this November, The Grey Muzzle Organization asks everyone who adores an old dog to share why they #AdoptedASeniorDog on social media to help inspire others to adopt an old dog to be their devoted friend during times of quarantine and beyond. Share the endearing qualities that make your senior dog shine by entering Grey Muzzle’s online contest. Simply post a photo and brief comments on your choice of social media and in the comments section of The Grey Muzzle Organization’s Facebook page with the hashtag #AdoptedASeniorDog. You and your dog could be chosen as one of the Top 10 posts to appear on Grey Muzzle’s website and win prizes. And just by sharing your story, you’ll be helping senior dogs who are waiting in shelters win the best prize of all: a forever home. Check out the contest rules and details at greymuzzle.org. In honor of Adopt a Senior Pet Month, The Grey Muzzle Organization is also releasing the results of a groundbreaking national study to examine efforts to promote the well-being of senior dogs and identify lifesaving strategies. This study was made possible by a generous grant from Maddie’s Fund.
DOGTV will be accumulating Thankful Moments and compile them on a digital wall for all to see. Here’s how to be a part of it:
- Instagram — Post a photo on your public profile, tag #ThankfulForDogs and @dogtv
- Twitter — Tweet an photo, tag #ThankfulForDogs and @dogtv
- Web — Submit a photo at woof.dogtv.com/thankfulfordogs
See all the posts at dogtv.com/thankfulfordogs the entire month of November.
Puppy Up continues to bring awareness and educate pet parents on how to recognize early signs of cancer in the hopes of keeping their pets healthier. This year both Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee are holding virtual walks in a battle of the cities. See which city can take the most steps, raise the most, and have bragging rights. Click here for more information on the Memphis walk and on here for the Nashville walk.
Check out this virtual celebration, which includes musical performances by acclaimed international singer-songwriter Joshua Radin, auction with one-of-a-kind celebrity experiences, inspiring animal rescue stories, a celebration of our compassionate frontline heroes and plenty of dog, cat, kitten and puppy love. Hosted by Brian Balthazar and Dan Mannarino from 8p.m. to 9p.m. More information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And, you’ll see three new dog breeds this year: the Barbet, Dogo Argentino and the Belgian Laekenois. There will be 500-plus canines representing over 170 breeds competing for Best In Show. The show is hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia in Oaks/Valley Forge, PA, just outside Philadelphia. The actual show takes place on Saturday and Sunday, November 14th and 15th at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center.
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