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Taking a Knife to Your Bird Toys

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  • We found an african grey parrot almost dead in the park. After 10 days at the vet we now have him home and think he is about 30 years old. How do I get him to stop biting? How do I get him to let us touch him without using a glove> He isn’t aftraid of the glove and will step up the minute he sees it, but will bite our hands when he sees them. I can touch his beek, but he won’t allow us to touch him anywhere else. What do we do? He is a very loving happy talkative bird and loves to play the whistling game with use. He doesn’t seem to know how to play with toys. I’ll try the hide and seek game with him and see if that works.

    Kathy

  • Fantastic and Creative idea!

    MY Cockatiel will love this, regardless its size.

    HIS Sengal will destroy it (with fury) ….then go for MY juggler.

    Sold! I’ll take two of them!

    Judi

  • THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS GREAT IDEA. I HAVE DONE THIS FOR MY MACALL__PEANUT— AND IT HAS KEPT HER BUSY & MORE PLAYFOL. AGAIN THANK YOU SHARON & PEANUT

    SHARON

  • Hi Chet. I’ve recently inherited a yellow naped amazon named Pancho. He is 21 yrs old and has spent much of his life in his cage. I ordered the parrot training kit and it has worked amazingly! But… in target training him, he seems to attack the wooden perch. I try to avoid him biting it, but in order for him to step up, I have to get it close to him. He still won’t step up without me having to force (entice) him to with another wooden perch. We’ve been working on this for about a week now… How can I get him to step up onto my hand and lose the fear?

    Pedro Del Valle

  • This sounds like a great idea, but if I kept this toy in my B/G’s cage any longer than an hour, he would have the entire thing disassembled. His bird brain goes into a frenzy.

    BUT, the idea is great!

    Pam Pflughoeft


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