Monday, December 1, 2014

Yellow Ribbons

Yellow ribbons symbolize anything from military support to suicide awareness.  Did you also know that a yellow ribbon tied around a dogs leash or collar also has a purpose?  These yellow ribbons simply mean a dog needs special consideration and space.  A dog could be uneasy in new situations or recovering from a surgery, to a number of other reasons.  As the Yellow Dog Project’s website clearly explains these ribbons are not an excuse to avoid proper training, an admittance of guilt, a confession, or a waiver of responsibility.  

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For further information on this initiative you can visit the Yellow Dog Project’s website or their Facebook page.

1 comment :

  1. Salmon and sweet potato dog food, sweet potatoes and salmon are not only very nutritious for us, but they are also extremely good for your dog. They are full of vitamins and minerals and are also high in antioxidants which aid healing and help to protect against cancer. They are also a great source of dietary fiber which is good for your dog’s digestive system and bowels.