The dogs of the country are getting all the publicity these days.
Dogs are being celebrated with the best of intentions and it is hoped that the celebration will be a catalyst for a change in the way dogs are treated in the country.
It is not just the dogs, but also the people, who are being inspired by the celebrations.
One of the most common celebrations of the Dog Day is the national dog-walk.
For a few days every year, families from all over the country flock to the National Dog Park in Mumbai, India to walk the dogs.
The theme of the event is “Dogs are more than food”, but the dog walkers are often seen sporting the latest in feline technology.
With the popularity of the National Dogs, the country has seen an increase in the number of people looking to adopt them.
According to the India Dog Foundation, there are now over 25,000 national dogs and over 10,000 international rescue dogs.
It is estimated that around 7,000 of these dogs are in shelters across the country with the majority of them in India.
The dogs are not just being looked after by the government.
Over 30 million dogs and cats are adopted worldwide each year, but only 10 percent of these adoptions are from India.
Some shelters in India offer dog adoptions as well.
In some areas, it is even possible to find a home for the dogs in the comfort of your own home.
There are some shelters that are even able to house and feed the dogs for free.
If you are interested in adopting a dog from one of these shelters, check with your local animal shelter.
Don’t forget to check out the National Animal Rescue Foundation and the International Animal Rescue Society to learn more about the importance of these organisations in the world of animal welfare.