International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day
When : Always February 23rd
International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day is a day for the dogs. And, that's because there is no one else who can really appreciate the true value of a dog biscuit. They say "Every dog has his day". And, it will definitely be his day,when you give him some tasty dog biscuits.
You might appreciate their value in pleasing your dog, as a reward for behavior, or enticing them to do a trick. But, the dog is the recipient of the treat.
Celebrate today by giving your dog a few dog biscuits.
Origin of International Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day:
Our research did not find the creator, or the origin of this day. It wasn't a dog. It had to be a dog owner. In any event, it appears that holidays and specials days are "going to the dogs".
Why this is an "International" day, we may never know.
This Day in History February 23rd
Roman Emperor Diocletian orders the destruction of the Christian church in Nicomedia, beginning eight years of Diocletianic Persecution. (303)
Byzantine Emperor Justinian I orders the building of a new Orthodox Christian basilica in Constantinople – the Hagia Sophia. (532)
Traditional date for the publication of the Gutenberg Bible, the first Western book printed with movable type. (1455)
American Revolutionary War: Baron von Steuben arrives at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania to help to train the Continental Army. (1778)
The Battle of the Alamo begins in San Antonio, Texas. (1836)
Mexican–American War: Battle of Buena Vista – In Mexico, American troops under future president General Zachary Taylor defeat Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna. (1847)
President-elect Abraham Lincoln arrives secretly in Washington, D.C., after the thwarting of an alleged assassination plot in Baltimore, Maryland (1861)
In the United States, post-Civil War military control of Mississippi ends and it is readmitted to the Union. (1870)
Alabama becomes the first U.S. state to enact an anti-trust law. (1883)
Charles Martin Hall produced the first samples of man-made aluminum, after several years of intensive work. He was assisted in this project by his older sister Julia Brainerd Hall. (1886)
The Tootsie Roll is invented. (1896)
Cuba leases Guantánamo Bay to the United States "in perpetuity". (1903)
Chicago, Illinois attorney Paul Harris and three other businessmen meet for lunch to form the Rotary Club, the world's first service club. (1905)
President Calvin Coolidge signs a bill by Congress establishing the Federal Radio Commission (later replaced by the Federal Communications Commission) which was to regulate the use of radio frequencies in the United States. (1927)
Plutonium is first produced and isolated by Dr. Glenn T. Seaborg. (1941)
World War II: Japanese submarines fire artillery shells at the California coastline near Santa Barbara. (1942)
A fire breaks out at St. Joseph's Orphanage, County Cavan, Ireland, killing 36 people (35 of whom are children). (1943)
World War II: During the Battle of Iwo Jima, a group of United States Marines and a commonly forgotten U.S. Navy Corpsman, reach the top of Mount Suribachi on the island and are photographed raising the American flag. (1945)
World War II: The capital of the Philippines, Manila, is liberated by combined Filipino and American forces. (1945)
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is founded. (1947)
The first mass inoculation of children against polio with the Salk vaccine begins in Pittsburgh. (1954)
First meeting of the Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO). (1955)
The Symbionese Liberation Army demands $4 million more to release kidnap victim Patty Hearst. (1974)
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini states that Iran's parliament will decide the fate of the American embassy hostages. (1980)
The United States Environmental Protection Agency announces its intent to buy out and evacuate the dioxin-contaminated community of Times Beach, Missouri. (1983)
Gulf War: Ground troops cross the Saudi Arabian border and enter Iraq, thus beginning the ground phase of the war. (1991)
In the United States, tornadoes in central Florida destroy or damage 2,600 structures and kill 42. (1998)
A United States Air Force B-2 Spirit crashes on Guam. It is the first operational loss of a B-2. (2008)