Yellow Ribbon -- for space

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  1. Bulawayo Lass

    Bulawayo Lass

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    I have decked Harveys the Border Terrier we foster lead and collar in yellow ribbon . He is a dog that needs space he doesnt like big dogs and we are working on him.
    Not sure if anyone has seen the Yellow Ribbon Campaign if not spread the word and keep an eye for dogs wearing them...or yellow bandanas etc. they are dogs that need space for many reasons :Smile:
     
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    Well said - you should meet Dawn (Mrs Deluxe) who deals with all sorts of dogs, including those who need their own space. www.sesaw.co.uk - she does a lot of the dog rehoming, microchipping etc
     
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    Would like to didn't you say she like me pays for her sins by being a vn :Rofl1: l have spent the day edumacating work and taking in a poster sure our paths will cross at a rally someplace. Does she know of or use the Yellow Ribbon campaign if not get pushing it!!:Smile:
     
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    Oh yes - Dawn is keen on the campaign and helps to promote it locally. You can take the vet nurse out of the surgery but not out of the person.........
     
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    I should tie one to the aerial of my mother's car. :Laughing:

    Joking apart, I think it's a good idea for dogs but I do think that sometimes it's being on a lead that creates problems. A dog on a lead is always more nervous around other dogs than one that is free to move away from a potential threat.

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    Even off the lead, some dogs need a bit of comfort room. We have a couple being looked after - one is a bit deaf and a bit blind but otherwise fit and healthy and simply reacts nervously unless he is sure. Needs understanding not euthanising........... The other simply doesn't like sudden movements around him. Otherwise a great little dog. Once again understanding, not the vets needle
     
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    Grumpy, post op, where’s the one for vicious little barsteward ? :BigGrin:
     
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    so you've met Mylo.. my JRT .. ?

    feisty bugger.. I call him Jack Nasty .. :Laughing:
     
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