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SDavies
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PostPosted: Tue Sep 22, 2009 2:43 am    Post subject: mango is nibbling to hard!

and he's starting to draw blood

is it a stage or something?
he's pierced my nose and my shoulders a covered in bites

it's not like aggressive,he doesn't lunge at me, it's like he thinks i'm actually food


right now, he's trying to eat my trousers. the sofa, my knuckle skin and it hurts, it's a full on pinch!!!!!!!!!


i'm having to push him off me as it stings so bad and i don't understand :confused:


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PostPosted: Tue Sep 22, 2009 8:48 am    Post subject:

At 1st bird test to see if u are ediable...depending on your reactions this disappears or becomes a painful game...
99% of pet behavour problems stem from the owners.
A he goes to bite, deepen your vioce, and forcefully tell him not to...thats how the kakariki react between each other in a flock...
If he aready is the 'dominate male' in the house then it may take a combination of growl and tap on the beak....

"Quick search " block to the left use words like biting tame for more detailed info to fix the issue.

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