Do you need an antidote to the seemingly never-ending cycle of bleak news?
Well, National Puppy Day is finally here.
Here’s a sample:
See it is #NationalPuppyDay which is a day I can get on board with. Here is Wilson, who we got a week ago and is 10 weeks old. The sleeping gets better right?? Lucky he’s so good looking. pic.twitter.com/UPI7t0aeVd— Roberto Kusabbi (@RKTweets) March 23, 2018
Happy #NationalPuppyDay 🐶 Here is Poppy as a wee puppy 👇🏻. As we celebrate how wonderful puppies are today we need to remember that there is lots to do around illegal puppy smuggling and the third selling of puppies #LucysLaw pic.twitter.com/cFLkD9xxkL— Ross Thomson MP (@RossThomson_MP) March 23, 2018
Everyone is doing it, appreciating their pup on #NationalPuppyDay! Despite the fact she tore up my shoes, a purse, a remote, and ate all my calcium vitamins yesterday, she is still a welcome addition to our family, all 130+ pounds of her! We ❤️ Shadow 🐶 #GreatDaneGlamor pic.twitter.com/BftjepUd1s— Ashley Frasca (@AshleyFrascaWSB) March 23, 2018
Check out these tiny conservation heroes! At only eight weeks old, these puppies are placed with livestock herds in South Africa. Weighing up to 80kgs when fully grown, the dogs protect the livestock from predators and help farmers live alongside wild cheetah. #NationalPuppyDay pic.twitter.com/jWx1XppW1g— Wildlife Warriors (@wildwarriors) March 23, 2018