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    A national pet day is a day of celebration for dogs and cats, and on Tuesday is the National Pet Day.

    The day starts at 9am, and is celebrated across the country.

    Here are some tips to get you ready for the day.

    Dog owners have an important role to play on the National Day, too: Do you have a favourite pet?

    It doesn’t have to be a dog.

    You can choose from a range of breeds, including English bulldogs, poodles, miniature chihuahuas and German shepherds.

    If you can’t decide, you can always choose from our dog of the day, which features the national symbol for Alaska.

    And, if you’re thinking of visiting Denali, consider a pet from our pet shop.

    This week’s national pet of the week is a German shepherd named Sophie, who lives at a kennel in the Denalaska National Park.

    Sophie was born on July 4, 2018, and she’s currently in her second year of her life.

    What you need to know for today The national pet was named after the Alaska State Park, Denali.

    Its a short-tailed, blue Labrador named Sophie.

    She was born in the park in 2017 and is the third of six puppies born there this year.

    The park is located in Denali’s northernmost region, near the town of Denali and the city of Puna.

    Sophie is a local favourite.

    “She’s such a big hit, so it’s a great honor for us to have her here,” said local dog trainer Lisa Schulte.

    She has been working with Sophie for the past two years, and now she has her own place for her to spend time.

    “When we first got her, we weren’t sure where she was at, but now she’s here and it’s very relaxing,” Ms Schultes said.

    Sophie and her mother are both local dogs.

    “We know where she’s at and that’s really important for Sophie because she needs to feel like she belongs here.”

    What to do if you want to make a statement on National Pet day What to wear: Denali has a population of around 1,000 dogs, and Sophie is one of the most popular.

    “You need to wear a t-shirt, shorts and a leggings,” Ms Fessler said.

    “The dog park is not for everyone, but it’s great for Sophie to be with people who love her,” she said.

    What to expect: There will be plenty of activities planned in Denalaskan National Park, including live music and a petting zoo.

    “There will be lots of people out there enjoying the park, and you’ll be able to see many of them interacting with the animals,” Ms Pham said.

    The national park also has a kitties park and a dog park, which are open to dogs.

    Denali is a popular destination for tourists, as well as dog lovers.

    Here’s a list of activities for the National pet day: The first of two national pet events takes place on July 7, 2018.

    Dog lovers can take a dog sled ride to the Dog Park.

    There will also be an exhibition of animals at the Dog and Cat Park.

    “Dog lovers will enjoy seeing dogs in their natural environment, and can see them in the natural environment at the National Dog Park,” Ms Pecher said.

    There are also special events for people with special needs, such as people with Down syndrome.

    Dog walkers are also allowed to take their dogs to the National Park for free.

    The National Pet Festival is set to take place on Wednesday.

    The event, which will take place at the Denalis Kitzel Dog Park, will be free to dogs, cats and other animals.

    “It’s really about showcasing our dog country, and sharing stories about our country with people all across the world,” Ms Burt said.

    Dog parks are a popular place to spend the day with your family, as Denali also has an extensive network of pet friendly places.

    Dogs are also welcome at the national park’s petting pavilion.

    The pavilion features a large display of local and international breeds, such a German Shepherd, Doberman Pinscher, Golden Retriever and Rottweiler.

    Dog park dog owners can also adopt and foster animals.

    It’s a free and fun way to spend National Pet Week.

    “People can come and just come see the animals, see what we have going on in the National Parks, and also see the dogs,” Ms Choo said.

    National Pet Dog Day events are free and open to the public.

    The Dog Park is open from 10am to 4pm, and the Pet Park is 10am-7pm.

    Dog and cat parks are open for dogs from 10:00am-4:00pm.

    What’s on the menu for Denali Pet Day?

    Dogs and cats