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?
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.
Birds get into all kinds of places to escape being trained by our two expert bird whisperers. We had to pull a whole bunch of books out of the bookcase to find this little escapee. Before long he will be sitting tamely on the ends of the girl’s fingers as natural as if it is a branch in an idyllic woodland.
In my room hand friendly birds get along really well. I get them to play outside their cage. Sometimes they might snarl but as you can see they get along famously. my dad helps me with this blog and helps me to spell the words into the computer if I get stuck and I love the comments and I love writing nice comments.
Ben is the family dog. He really belongs to Michelle but I don’t think Ben knows that. Ben likes walks down by the river, food and lots of attention. He is a cavalier King Charles spaniel and is treated like royalty around here . In these shots Ben is sitting at the front of the town house guarding the front door.