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Anyone have any suggestions about keeping a cockatiel and a semi agressive dog in the same house?

I have a bedroom I could keep the bird in, but I don’t know how heat sensitive cockatiels are. Would the cockatiel be alright with a fan blowing if the doors and windows are shut?
This dog is very sneaky. I don’t want to have to worry about my bird’s safety when I’m not home. I could open a window, but my mom has this thing about burglaries-even though we live in a very ‘burb neighborhood.
My dog is very well trained, and I’m starting to believe that he’d really be more curious than mean to a bird. He’s just strong and large, which means that curiosity could hurt the bird during that introduction period. I also don’t want him to think the bird’s a threat.

But the bird will be in a high place, and my parents and I have talked about turning my door into one of those ones where the top can be open and the bottom closed so the room doesn’t become horribly hot.

Thanks for the help!

The Very Lively and Sweet-Natured Brittany Spaniel

A liver and white Brittany
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The Brittany Spaniel is of Brittany France origins and is recognized as one of the world’s supreme gun dogs. It first appeared in the 19th century and was officially recognized in 1938. Originally used as a working dog, the Brittany Spaniel of today is short of many tasks but is still an avid hunter at heart.

The Brittany Spaniel possesses an athletic, well- rounded and solidly built body. This kind of build is very suitable for its active lifestyle for it is neither too light nor too heavy for its size. This breed has a rounded skull and almond shaped eyes that project a gaze of intelligence, vigor and curiosity.

Its legs are long and lean, perfect for perpetually running and chasing around the acreage of its surroundings. When it walks, it is always in a manner of flexible, long and free strides. As often seen, the Brittany Spaniel always has a short tail and this may sometimes come naturally or docked since Brittanies born with long tails undergo docking.

The two recognized varieties of the Brittany Spaniel are the French Brittany Spaniel and the American Brittany. The latter only accepts dogs with orange, white or liver markings while other combinations outside of these are considered disqualifications. The French variety, however, accepts all kinds of colors, even black.

The term spaniel for this breed has been the topic of many arguments because some experts say that this breed is actually of the pointer or setter type. However, the Brittany Spaniel looks like a spaniel although it does not flush out games just like any other spaniel breed would do. In the US, this breed is only called the American Brittany because the term spaniel has been fervently discouraged.

The Brittany is an excellent dog for hunting, highly trainable, sensitive and sweet. It is very active and mostly wants to run sprightly and vigorously in the open. Because of this, it is always best to allow this pet to be spirited in a wide fenced area everyday, at one time with a leash and the other without.

There are some instances that a Brittany is obnoxiously wild and irrepressible but this can only be blamed to the owner’s improper training and raising of the breed. Brittanies that arent well-exposed tend to become shy and fearful of strangers. But if they are well socialized and well treated, they grow up smart, sociable and sweet.

Brittanies, in order to have a well-guided disposition, needs to receive an ample amount of attention and love from the master lest they become destructive and ill-behaved. They are best fitted in a wide-spaced house, a wide yard and a well-conditioned and damp surrounding. Of all the breeds in the dog sporting world, the Brittany is the only one with the highest number of winnings in the American dual championships.

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As humans we keep pets in our home because they evoke affection or curiosity and often are given a special status as companions for members of the family. Pet owners can contact veterinarians, ecological organizations, and universities for opinions about whether local conditions are suitable for outdoor cat’s .It is best that we try to keep your cat indoors.