The Yellow Dog Project Really Helps People Identify Dogs That Need Space


All of us have had experiences with dogs that seem to need a little space.  Whether our dogs are a little older and have social problems or are a bit more aggressive than other breeds, there really isn’t a specific way to notify people passing by that they should keep their distance.  In comes Yellow Dog Project.

Their message is that if you see a dog with a yellow ribbon or other items tied to its leash, that signifies a dog who needs space and you should not attempt to pet the dog or bring your own dog over for a greeting.  Now why didn’t anyone think of this before?  Given all the reports of dog attacks we’ve seen in the last year a simple solution should have been implemented years ago.

Thanks to yellow ribbons it will now be easy to identify those dogs you and your children should stay away from.  The project is now in 45 different countries and gets bigger every day.  What a great idea!  Story via

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