ben has a nice shed witch is nice and warm but its not enough. He wants to get inside and scratches on the sliding door it wakes us up every morning. so my dad put some old lounges in front of the door and now he sits on top of the lounge looking at us form outside. Does anyone know how to stop dogs scratching on the door?
Today Michelle went to work and dad was working in the shed. I think dad got called into the phone and when we got back outside again the dog was gone. He did not realize that he left the door opened . Panic stations as we jumped in the car and drove around the neighbor hood with our window down and head out the window asking anyone and everyone if they had seen a brown and white cavalier roaming wild.
A lady not far from us had picked him up and put him in her shed. She was interested in keeping him but I said Michelle would kill me if I sold her dog. Dad will need to be more careful in the future.
From my point of view as Susannah's dad it gets her off all that social media like face book and makes her focus on writing and reading other blogs. It takes a lot more effort to learn blogging than to click around on Facebook.
From my point of view as Susannah, my dad and I get to do this together. I am learning new things. I just learnt how to change background colors. I have seen many great blogs already. Dad and I have taken many pictures of the birds and Ben the dog together.I am teaching dad a bit about Facebook. I am feeling down sometimes and take it out on dad but I don't mean to and have trouble controlling it.
Suzy one of our bird whisperers has amazing insider secrets to taming birds to sit on your finger and not bite.
1. Be patient and spend lots of time with the bird
2. Feed it its favorite food. for lorikeets it is apple
3. when it goes for your finger do not pull back it will sense your fear.
4.start them young. babies just out of the breeding box are great.
5.They will be wild at first -don’t be discouraged by this.
6.get a net. You may need it to retrieve it when it gets up on the curtain rails.
7. Be mindful of open doors and windows .they like to fly away.
8. Get a friendly bird whisperer from your neighbor hood to baby sit when you are away
Well that’s all for now folks. I will be happy to receive your kind comments.