Do You Have a Yellow Dog?

This dog is yellow.


If you don’t believe me, read this story in the latest issue of MetroPet Magazine. (He’s in it – I wrote it.)

My big, black foster mutt Charlie “Chetty” Machete is a classic example of the kind of canines around which global movement The Yellow Dog Project was founded – dogs in training, dogs in rehabilitation, Dogs In Need Of Space and patience.

Such creatures, who don’t need their butts sniffed or heads patted by strangers while out on a walk, were also the inspiration behind the creation of KC Pittie Pack and countless similar dog socialization groups around the world.

To show your support for the cause of dogs who need space, hit up the Team DINOS™ Store and look out for The Yellow Dog Project’s forthcoming Shopify site.

You can also order a yellow (or red or navy) KC Pittie Pack hoodie (Kansas City-area residence not necessary).


Seriously, though, stroke my ego and please read the story.

Can you tell that I’m super excited to have landed my byline (and sweet headshot by Stacy Ideus Photography) in a glossy Kansas City magazine that’s all about pets?


About crystalwayward

I live with two formerly wayward dogs. I care deeply about the environment, and I think gardening is a revolutionary act.

Posted on December 9, 2012, in Dogs, Dogtography, KC Pittie Pack and Friends, Machete and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 14 Comments.

  1. We think it’s the most wonderful initiative and any way of promoting it is really important. Great to know they’re going to have a line of merchandise 😀

  2. Nice article, Crystal! Way to go! PS – I looove how they called our group an “Award winning” one! 😉

  3. What a Great Project! I think everyone should learn to ask permission before approaching a dog anyway – just smart. Happy Sunday:)

  4. This is awesome, congrats on the article!

  5. Wonderful article! Thanks for sharing!

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