Greeting a Dog

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    A small paypal donation would be greatly appreciated if you plan to print + distribute. My paypal address is lili dot chin at gmail dot com THANK YOU!

    You can download a larger version (17 x 22") here: www.box.net/shared/agbrr26eb5

    11" x 14" POSTER FOR SALE $11: www.zazzle.com/how_to_greet_a_dog_poster_11_x_14-22899322...

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    Another version without the "WTF" in #1. (replaced with a question mark)

    FOR SALE as a 11" x 14" POSTER: www.zazzle.com/how_not_to_greet_a_dog_11_x_14_version_2_p...

    DOWNLOAD 11" x 14" image: www.box.net/shared/hi0gl7dkfk

    ubon, beatawi, gemma correll, and 65 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ubon 104 months ago | reply

      wow this is great

    2. elvissa 103 months ago | reply

      Well done! Great information, too.

    3. Sandra Brouwer 102 months ago | reply

      Nice, and very clear!!!!

    4. Lamevamaleta 102 months ago | reply

      Love this so much!
      Congratulations!

    5. bunchofpants 98 months ago | reply

      This really rocks!

    6. Eliza Ivany 80 months ago | reply

      I just found this. It's AWESOME.

    7. kengikat40 79 months ago | reply

      I wish people would really get this when they pet my dog. I always have to remind them not to do certain things when they approach him.

    8. elsu 67 months ago | reply

      Such important information! Great art work!.

    9. Fifth Room Photography 66 months ago | reply

      I LOVE this. It is being shared at my page on Facebook through a link, so I will make a donation asap. :)

    10. sumgirl88 40 months ago | reply

      Hi Lili Chin! Where or how did you come up with the idea for "Boogie" as the name of the dog? Thanks:)

    11. StrangeCharmDesign 36 months ago | reply

      Thanks so much for this awesome graphic! I volunteer in dog rescue and it's really tough to watch well-meaning people who really love animals do the wrong thing, especially with dogs who have suffered abuse/trauma. They're generally so resilient and patient but they can't advocate for themselves so it's up to us to educate ourselves to prevent anything going wrong!

    12. Hodgey 31 months ago | reply

      Great information.

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