The green ‘Friendly’ bandana is one of the Dimples’ message bandanas that shall tell people from a distance what temper the dog has, that is approaching them.
Some breeds have a bad reputation e.g. Staffordshire Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Pitbull etc. and people are often scared to pass by. But many many dogs of these breeds are friendly and could not harm a fly.
Do people cross the road when they see your dog? It’s time for a green Dimples ‘Friendly’ dog bandana then. You will see the difference in people approaching your dog!
“Everyone was smiling at him and one person even asked to pet him!! Which is soooo unusual. Everyone is usually terrified of him.”
The colour code for our message bandanas:
- Red ‘CAUTION’ (Do Not Approach)
- Orange ‘NO DOGS’ (Not good with other dogs)
- Green ‘FRIENDLY’ (Known as friendly to all)
- Yellow ‘NERVOUS’
- Blue ‘TRAINING’
- Blue ‘SERVICE DOG’
- White ‘BLIND DOG’
- White ‘DEAF DOG’
- Purple ‘DO NOT FEED’
- Yellow ‘ADOPT ME’
You can order any of the above colour and warning text bandana by ordering the ‘Friendly’ bandana and leaving us a message, which one you like. Friendly is just the most popular one.
10inch, 12inch, 14inch, 16inch, 18inch, 20inch, 22inch, 24inch, 26inch
Green 'FRIENDLY', Red 'CAUTION', Orange 'NO DOGS', Yellow 'NERVOUS', Blue 'TRAINING', Blue 'SERVICE DOG', White 'BLIND DOG', White 'DEAF DOG', Purple 'DO NOT FEED', Yellow 'ADOPT ME'
Size Suggestions: Always measure your dogs neck to get the right size!
|10 inch||e.g. small Chihuahuas, puppies of small breeds, cats|
|12 inch||e.g. larger Chihuahuas, Papillon, Dachshund, Miniature Pinscher|
|14 inch||e.g. Yorkshire Terrier, Shi Tzu, Malteser, King Charles Spaniel|
|16 inch||e.g. Jack Russel, Pug, West Highland Terrier, Beagle, Whippet|
|18 inch||e.g. Staffordshire Bullterrier, Lurcher, Collie, Greyhound|
|20 inch||e.g. American Staffordshire Terrier, Bullterrier, Boxer|
|22 inch||e.g. Golden Retriever, Labrador, Hovawart, German Shepard|
|24 inch||e.g. Leonberger, Mastiff, Great Dane|
|26 inch||e.g. Neufoundlanddog, St Bernhard|