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The Yellow Dog Project Helps Service Dogs



What is The Yellow Dog Project ?

The Yellow Dog Project was created to bring global awareness to dogs who need space such as:

  • Service Dogs
  • Working Dogs
  • contagious diseases
  • leash reactivity
  • injuries and painful physical conditions
  • intolerance of other animals
  • recovery from surgery
  • fearful of unfamiliar or rowdy dogs
  • aging and elderly
  • learning self control around other dogs
  • are owned by people that want to be left alone

                               Yellow Dog Project

Tying a yellow ribbon or something yellow on the dog’s leash is identifying this dog as a Yellow Dog and that this dog and owner needs it’s space. Please maintain your distance and or give this person time to move away from you. These are GOOD DOGS that just need a little space. This project is not intended for vicious dogs, but to bring awareness to “special needs” dogs.

This project is growing rapidly with the help of Vets, Friends, Trainers, Pet Professionals and People Who Love Pets, Facebook and Pinterest, The Yellow Dog Project will eventually reach the entire world!

If you have  a yellow ribbon tied on your dog’s leash, don’t assume the people around you can see it, or even know what it means, or even care. So you still need to be proactive and be on our toes if you have a Yellow Dog. You can’t rely on a yellow ribbon to do the work for you, when it comes to you and your dog’s safety. It might work or  it might not. When it comes down to it, you and only you are responsible for your dog.

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