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Saturday, March 19, 2011

Catch the bird Kirby!!!

Kirby's mom here-

Well Friday nights are usually hectic, I come home, walk the Kirbs eat fast and off to Rally class we go. But, God obviously thought we needed a little more excitement in our lives. When I came in I went into the kitchen and bent down to play with Kirby, all of a sudden there was a ton of noise in my laundry room, which is right off my kitchen. It literally sounded like the ceiling came down! I carefully opened the folding doors and the only thing that had fallen off the shelf was a bottle of cleaner, I looked up and the ceiling looked fine. All of sudden, a bird was flying right past my head! I slammed the doors shut, yelling some obscenities, and got on the phone to call my dad!

Thank God for Dads!! My dad came over and got the stupid bird to fly out of the laundry room, hit the kitchen window and knock himself silly long enough for my dad to throw a towel over him. He promptly brought him outside and the stupid bird flew off! Apparently, my dryer vent tube worked it's way off of the dryer and the bird came in.

So where were Kirby and I? In the safety of my bedroom, peeking out the door! Kirby whined the whole time, I'm sure he wanted to be out there helping my dad. So today while Kirby, my dad and I are fixing my dryer, enjoy the blogs below!

PS: We had our third rally class last night. It is going suprisingly well. Kirby is doing okay around the other dogs (we are still working on the halti collar-I don't plan on using it in rally until Kirbs is comfortable with it), he only snarled a little bit and that was at some new dogs. He does some of the commands very well. He actually wanted to play at class last night and wagged his tail a few times (YEAH!!!!) he is beginning to feel comfortable!

A picture of the almost bird hunter:



8 comments:

  1. I had a similar bird experience last summer, when Skye was still a wild and crazy pit bull. She tried to help me guide the bird to safety... not. I think she actually hit the window more times than the bird did! Thanks for stopping by our blog earlier!

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  2. I've seen Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds so they scare me!!!

    Way to go Kirby at rally class! I think it's because they have to be so focused on us that they can't pay attention to the other dogs.

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  3. Hey Kirby,

    It's really nice to meet you - you're really cute - and obviously clever, cos you're doing rally!

    I like birds, I would have wanted to chase it round the house, I chase them in the garden. Today there were two just sitting there laughing at me cos Mum wouldn't let me go out in the rain to chase them, doh!!

    Snoopy :)

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  4. What a crazy bird adventure! We had that happen with a bat once when I was a kid.

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  5. OMG! I would have been hiding in the other room too! So glad the bird was safely escorted off the premises. ;)

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  6. Glad to hear of the rally success with Kirby! Keep up the good work!

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  7. I'm glad it all worked out well, it sounds scary!

    We are now accepting recipes for human soups and casseroles for the cookbooks, so if you have any send them to PBU at comcast dot net!

    Nubbin wiggles,
    Oskar

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  8. Hi Kirby! What an adventure you had with that birdie! We've had that happen too-ours came in through the chimmney flue.
    so glad to hear you're doing well in class:-)!

    Try and enter our "Timmy" contest if you have a chance:-)

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