Dogs! This month at the public library in Aboyne you can see this display celebrating our canine companions. It is Dog Bite Prevention Month but more importantly I wanted to share the informative posters I found online and the images that encourage adopting from shelters and rescues.
Of course the library's assortment of books helped bring the display to life, along with lots of "props" from home (with Willow's permission, of course!).
I particularly wanted to share the Dogs in Need of Space poster as so many dog walkers don't seem to understand that there are dogs that don't associate well with other dogs. That's okay, they just need some space and the DINOS poster explains this very well.
For Dog Bite Prevention Month, this poster is a great reminder that children and dogs don't always mix well! Never leave a young child alone with a dog, even your own.
And here's How NOT to Greet a Dog, with fun little cartoons pointing out how terrifying meeting a human can be!
Finally, under the table is Fauler, with a poster that informs children that those woofs and growls, along with other body language, are the dog's way of telling you to back off and stop being so darn scary!
Please click on the images below to read the posters' text:
You can read more about DINOS by clicking here.
These two posters are from Jessica Dolce's sites https://notesfromadogwalker.com/ and https://dogsinneedofspace.com/posters/
While these two are by artist Lili Chin and you can see more of her work by clicking here.
And finally this poster is from http://www.dogingtonpost.com/