Last weekend was a get together of doggies galore at the Abbotsford Tradex for the Lower Mainland Dog Fanciers of BC. The fur was flying, but it was limited mostly to the grooming sections.
Saying naughty words gets your mouth washed out with soap when you are a kid, and involving bubbles would probably be slightly more enjoyable than getting a bitter bar of Irish Spring in the yapper. One result of this activity: no more dog breath!
Here Beagle is saying, "I'm waiting in this truck for my owners. They're in Booster Juice. I hope they bring me a smoothie too." Beagle is going to be disappointed though. Booster Juice doesn't have a liver-flavoured smoothie on their menu.
Usually when a governing body goes to the trouble to print signs to inform the public, the signs have some sense of formality. Given this sign is to advise dogs and their guardians where they're allowed to walk, it only makes sense to post the sign in both human and dog language so both understand. The West Coast of BC is very dog-friendly.