14 Dogs Who Are All Over National Pet Month

Did you know that April is National Pet Month in the UK? It's a month to celebrate the pets in our lives and the joy, companionship and laughs they bring us every day.

We've found 14 dogs who are as excited about being celebrated as they are everything around them.

This dog loves that warmer weather = more time outdoors, but he wants to know how you feel about it?

This dog loves the fact that she can carry toys almost as big as her head. That's a scientific discovery right there.

This dog is all about peace and serenity which can be discovered sitting on a beach. You can almost hear the soothing sounds of the sea, can't you?

Meet the dog who truly believes it's the size of the football which maketh the man (puppy). 

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These dogs love to play, you can see it in their faces can't you! It's serious business, to one of them at least.

This dog is enjoying a post-swim shake. Whether you'd enjoy being on the end of it is another thing altogether.

If you can't get to the beach to relax and cool down, a sprinkler might be the next best option. This dog had some real fun when he came across one in his local park.

'I give up!'. This young pup is bowing down to the experience of his elder basking in the sunny weather.

This dog wants you to know just how much he loves you. Or licking windows.

To one of these dogs happiness means never having to say you're sorry (for putting your foot in your mouth, or their foot in your mouth, rather).

At the end of the day, sometimes all your dog wants is to spend time with you. It's one of the best things about owning a dog isn't it. Whatever your job, when your working day ends you know they'll be there, but, you know if you have a football to throw around, then hey, that's even better.

Tissues at the ready...this one is a real tear-jerker.

This dog flips out when he realises...he's found a family who have chosen HIM to be their new pal. It's a lovely video summing up what it means to a dog who's being given a second chance.

If you'd like to give a dog a second chance and start a new chapter in life, visit the UK's largest dog adoption site today. There are thousands of dogs sitting in rescues all across the country waiting for you to find them.



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