Don't you think you are being judgmental? Narcissistic
personality perhaps? I think having a dog outdoors is fine so
long as the animal gets a satisfactory amount of attention.
Dogs and birds are NOT a good match -- alls it takes is one
(1) time for a disaster. A dogs behavior is basically
instinctive is it not?
On 8/10/07, Ellen wrote:
> On 8/10/07, Chase wrote:
>> I'm new to the board. I have a new parrot so my dog now
>> stays outside (no chances on Snappy becoming a snack).
>> Now my dog chews cable around the house and has even
>> pulled out a few small trees. Is there a product that
>> won't hurt the dog that will make him stop chewing . . .
>> or do I need to bring him back in the house and train him
>> not to bother the parrot?
> To demote your dog and banish him to the back yard because
> you bought a parrot is shameful.
> Dogs and parrots can live harmoniously together with
> and supervision. If your dog had manners to begin with he
> will learn quickly. If he didn't that says much about the
> way you trained him.
> What will happen when your parrot possibly becomes
> or nasty towards you? I have a feeling this bird will not
> in your company too long based upon what you did with your
> I feel very sorry for your dog. If you can't train him to
> live indoors with the parrot, have the decency to find him a
> new home where he will be cherished and loved.