Smart, have even used it in the past, but people didn't know it meant 'distance', so it's a fat.
How to write Sara R in one of the 639 comments a lookup from RynkebyDyreklinik've got on Facebook. The advert - which is like about 5000 times and shared more than 18,000 times - is about dog owners who go for a walk with the dogs, can use a yellow bow. to warn the others. And Sara is not the only one who think the idea - and the message - out to all:
- We have used it extensively.
- Both when Kala was a puppy, since Kida wouldn't have the other greeted her, and also in maturity.
- Unfortunately many do not realize the importance, so it is MANY I have had to explain it to.
- the more it is explained the more in the area know the importance, writes Mark W about 'the yellow band, as Dyreklinikken explains thus:
- Have you met a dog with a yellow bow on the hundesnoren, or in the collar?
- And you know what the color yellow means?
- The yellow ribbon is a signal to others that this dog does not greet other dogs or people.
- there can be several reasons for this, f.ex :
1. The dog may not like other dogs
2. The dog may not like strangers
3. The dog is sick
4. The dog is under training,
5. The dog is recovering after an operation
- The yellow ribbon means that the dog needs space, write dyreklinikken, who would like to see that you share the message, so that people are aware of - and respect - 'the yellow tape'.