World Dog Alliance Announces “Dog Lovers’ Day” Event in Washington DC

The World Dog Alliance is thrilled to announce the upcoming “Dog Lovers’ Day” event in Washington DC. Taking place on September 27, this event aims to raise awareness about the importance of the International Agreement to Prohibit the Eating of Dogs and Cats, and celebrate the bond between humans and dogs.

The event will feature two main highlights: a morning reception in the esteemed Capitol Hill and an evening art exhibition at the InterContinental the Willard Washington D.C. These venues have been carefully chosen to provide a platform for open discussions and engagement among dog lovers, advocates, and policymakers.

The morning reception in Capitol Hill will bring together influential figures from the political sphere. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss key issues related to dog welfare legislation and the implementation of the International Agreement to Prohibit the Eating of Dogs and Cats.

In the evening, the InterContinental the Willard Washington D.C. will host an art exhibition showcasing the paintings designed by the WDA, expressing their passion for dogs and their commitment to animal welfare through their art. This exhibition aims to inspire attendees and evoke a sense of appreciation for the remarkable bond between humans and dogs.

During the event, the prestigious Golden Dog Award will be presented to outstanding animal protection groups. This award recognizes the exemplary efforts and dedication of organizations that have made significant contributions to the welfare and rights of dogs globally. In addition to this esteemed recognition, substantial prize money will be granted to support the continued work of these deserving groups.

The “Dog Lovers’ Day” event serves as a platform to foster collaboration and cooperation among animal protection advocates, policymakers, and the public. By coming together, we can create a better future for our furry friends and promote a world where all dogs are treated with compassion, respect, and dignity.