The furry children need to get along…
The furry children had a come to Jesus moment. JD, the favorite furry child is not allowed out in the garden. This lack of privilege scores him multiple walks daily. But his favorite past time has become lying in wait in front of the sliding glass door… watching for Pepsi (or Bunn Bunn as I call him). Bunn Bunn is not concerned in the least about his stalker. He knows he’s quicker than that clumsy dog and has lots a tiny spots to hide in. He’s also got cojones mas grandes (these cojones are responsible for his being exiled to my back yard in the first place)
But enough is enough. Every time I want to use the barbeque or enjoy my garden, I have to keep opening and shutting the door. JD’s a big dog and he’s in the way. Last weekend JD got a little training in “what is not okay to chase and eat”. This is very hard for JD as it goes completely against his instincts.
Mr. Malibu was just the one for the job. He’s the dog whisperer…. and bunny whisperer. I think he’s just alpha male. Anyway, JD and Bunn Bunn got a little face time. And all went well. JD was kept in control, and Mr. Malibu had a firm grip on Bunn Bunn to keep him out of harms way. No bunny or dog was harmed (JD is actually a very good natured dog and very obedient)
My dream is that Bunn Bunn and JD can eventually get along. But please note that I don’t for a minute trust JD alone with Bunn Bunn. I prefer that we all have happy experiences.