Pet signs

Usually when someone requests a house sign which is to incorporate a beloved pet, that means painting its picture onto one of our traditional house signs. However, when we received the order for the sign below, I wasn’t sure I wanted to see the picture of those particular pets, much less meet them personally. More than feeling nostalgia for some childhood playmate, I was reminded of some other more famous dogs. Pavlov’s dogs, to be precise.

In the 1890s, Ivan Pavlov, a Russian physiologist, psychologist, and physician was investigating the gastric function of dogs. He used a technique of training or “conditioning” wherein he would ring a bell and then give the dogs some food. After a time the dogs would actually start salivating upon hearing the bell, without ever getting their food. Hopefully this sign produces the same results if you happen to visit this customer’s home.

Our dogs are not vegeterians, so please ring the bell.

One thought on “Pet signs

  1. I have a customer here in Melbourne Australia who is looking for something different for there sign warning people of the dog.

    Can I have your permission to use the text that you have in this signs, I love it and I am sure my customer who needs the sign will love it also.

    Thank you and all the best.


    Melbourne Signs

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