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Summertime and the living is simple with your canine at your side having fun at July 2021 dog events and holidays.
Time to enjoy the great outdoors together with your dog at these fun July 2021 pet events and holidays. Do not see your July 2021 canine occasion on the list? Email us at [email protected] to include your July 2021 or other 2021 canine events.
ALL-MONTH-LONG JULY 2021 DOG EVENTS
1: National ID Your Pet Day
15: National Pet Fire Safety Day
31: National Mutt Day
JULY 2021 Dog Events
June 29– August 2021: America’s Top Dog Season 2 continues
Season Two of A&E s America’s Top Dog wags in a brand-new format with head-to-head compare, pitting a pup versus another rival in her class across working dogs, cops K9s and “underdogs,” to show who is best in speed, dexterity, teamwork and trust as canines and their human partners browse massive canine barrier courses. The winners of each of the three classes face-off head-to-head to determine who is that week’s Top Dog. Weekly’s winning group gets $10K plus $5K to donate to the animal charity of their option. The winning teams return in the final week for to take on for the title of “America’s Top Dog” and an extra $25,000. Award-winning veteran studio and sports broadcaster Curt Menefee and star and comedian David Koechner break down the action for us pet dog enthusiasts in the house, while sideline reporter Rachel Bonnetta woofs it up with the completing teams on the course. See Season 2 Episodes 1 and 2 at play.aetv.com.
June 30– July 28: Dogs with Extraordinary Jobs five-part series