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tina-marie

Why does she bite

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She is settling in and feeling her feet - trying to see what she can get away with.

 

Think of it as a small child who goes to stay with Aunty ...... at first the youngster is all politeness and good manners but soon they'll try the spoilt brat method to see if that gets them everything they want. With kind, firm and fair rules the child soon learns that behaving well works and playing up gets them nothing.

 

Perhaps have a read of this? ....

BASIC BITING INFO + LINKS©:

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/topic/6744-basic-biting-info-links%c2%a9/

and

ADVICE FOR WHEN YOU BRING YOUR FIRST PARROT HOME©:

https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/topic/7493-advice-for-when-you-bring-your-new-parrot-home/

(both from the INFORMATION TOPICS© section: https://www.parrot-link.co.uk/forum/22-parrot-link-information-topics/)

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Bailey my Sennie is going through a nippy stage at the moment! I think it partly due to her having a few new feathers growing through, and also a bit of jealousy because of my new Grey Ecco! Bless her :)

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My senegal parrot 5 months old does it these days as well.. he was ok for about 2 weeks after i bought him.. bt then the biting started.. maybe he is just playing the "small child who goes to stay with Aunty" like mad mud mob said :) Hopefully he will stop it soon

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ive been away for 2 weeks initially freddie was all cuddles and kisses then i got 2 hard nips but no more i guessed it was his way of telling me off for going away

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