The Yellowdog Yellow Ribbon Campaign
An older dog may be in pain from arthritis, another may have discomfort following surgery.
Recently adopted dogs may feel scared in new surroundings and need more time to adjust to their new life
A bitch may be in season
Some dogs just don’t want other dogs in their personal space
Some dogs that have been attacked just don’t want another dog in their face
An over-excitable dog may need more space while being trained
The Yellowdog Yellow Ribbon campaign was launched in Sweden some 8 months ago after trainers there heard about dog clubs in Australia using yellow to protect their dogs.
The Swedish trainers decided to adopt the idea of the yellow ribbon to educate dog fanciers and the general public about the meaning of the yellowribbon to help assist those dogs that from time to time needed more space. The Campaign has now spread world-wide to 19 countries: http://www.gulahund.se/default.asp?sida=Yellowdog_from_the_beginning Even small children can learn that the yellow sign means: Please, Stay Away! If your dog has behavior problems you should contact a qualified, ethical Dog trainer or your vet for referral to a veterinary behaviourist. This Campaign has the support of Veterinary Behaviourists.
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Yellowdog Australia: Pat Robards Australian Campaign Leader Telephone 02 43682244 Email: email@example.com Website: Yellowdog Australia