See gorgeous pictures of happy dogs who met their new family this year in honor of National Dog Day.

 See gorgeous pictures of happy dogs who met their new family this year in honor of National Dog Day.

See gorgeous pictures of happy dogs who met their new family this year in honor of National Dog Day.

According to a Missouri animal shelter contacted by The Springfield News-Leader, a member of the USA TODAY Network, there have been more surrenders in the area this year, presumably due to financial strain, a return to in-person work, and people moving and not being able to take their dogs with them.

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Despite the downward adoption rate, take a look at these fortunate canines who were adopted this year. According to a survey from the Shelter Animals Count National Database, adoptions from animal shelters are down from last year. According to the research, by the end of the year, the dog population in shelters is expected to rise.

Overcrowded animal shelters: fewer pets are adopted and more animals are given away.

After a violation of the Animal Welfare Act, nearly 4,000 beagles in Virginia were saved from a place where drugs were being tested on dogs.Our goal, according to the website, is to "help mobilize the public to identify the number of dogs that need to be saved each year and celebrate family dogs and dogs that labor selflessly every day to save lives, keep us safe, and bring comfort." Your couch has dog drool on it. At the door, they welcome you. Most importantly, they love everyone around them with sweet puppy eyes and constant love.

National Dog Day is this Friday. It's an annual celebration that was started in 2004 with the goal of promoting dog adoption and honoring all puppies, regardless of breed.

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