The yellow dog is a popular pet in some parts of the world.
In the United States, the pet has been an easy-to-curry animal, and has been shown to be less aggressive than dogs with darker skin.
But yellow dogs also tend to chew on their own feces, and that can be deadly.
The story of a yellow-eyed dog and his poop, which has been around for centuries, is a good example.
The dog was found dead in an area of the United Kingdom called the Great North, near the coast.
The body had been left there for many months, and the dog’s teeth had been removed to make a “potty bowl,” the Associated Press reports.
The dogs feces had been collected for human use, so the family suspected that someone had tried to eat the dog, and then disposed of the body in a landfill.
The family searched the site and found the remains of the dog.
The cause of death is still unknown, and there’s no indication that anyone was harmed.
Yellow-eyed dogs are known for their short stature and long noses, which are used for signaling to other dogs and other animals.
The animals tend to be territorial and will bark aggressively at people and other dogs if they think they’re being ignored, according to the BBC.