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Old 10-31-2009, 09:44 AM
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Some birds just need a family without other animals, too - especially ones that are distracting and causing a ruckus frequently, causing the bird alarm since it may feel it's safety is in jeapardy as it was in the past apparently. Sorry to hear that the bird is misbehaving so badly. Highly intelligent animals needs much stimulation and often one-on-one stimulation from their owners - and birds need their flock-mates a LOT. many parrots need their owner's time about 4 hours per DAY. Pheonix is small but is out with us most of the time we are home, which is the only thing keeping her relatively sane. Maybe that's the *present* problem with your Umbrella - so many issues with the dog that she couldn't handle the stress without a LOT of companionship? And the lashing out sounds just like fear from her, really. Heck, if you lived near here I know a few people who would take her to help her adjust back to trusting people - takes forever sometimes, but one guy here took 4 years on one bird. *sigh* Wasn't the bird a plucker too before? So there's tons of underlying problems, that this present time in your home brought up... not your fault though!

Anyways, I'm glad you have some good stuff coming your way with the training techniques you were... reminded of, I guess? It's hard when an animal goes through such hormonal changes! Pheonix screamed SOOO much more and ran away from ME constantly then! Looking forward to hearing about more progress. More learning opportunities for me here.

(ps - much of what I say is in no means saying you don't already know it. The way my brain works, I NEED to sort things out that way unfortunately... And I feel so sorry - for both of you - that your parrot needs a new home. parrots are SOOOO different from humans in their though-processes and their grouping instincts that people don't understand they are really really really hurting their birds with what they do... thus damaged birds that understanding people try to rehab and quite often fail unfortunately)....

haha...your preaching to the choir.

First, the bird is comfortable around dogs 100%...he will preen them and cuddle with them (except Critter)...he lived in a dog grooming salon...two, Chili s issues are only in public, and I don't feel they are major, just annoying so they have no bearing on the bird.

I have been trying to give the bird the attention it needs but I only have t-minus five or so minutes before Iam bleeding. I can't interact with a bird that attacks me. He will not stay on any playstands or cages...so that mean at som' point I have to retrieve him...if you go get him he will bite you 100%..

Som' goods are too damaged to repair, this bird was abused (found out later) ...he needs to live in an aviary, with another cockatoo, and not handled. Iam not willing to lose an eye over trying to help this bird, Iam sorry if people think that not the right decision (not you, just in general). My shoulder could have easily been my face, and I refuse to go there.. Just like I rehab dogs but I have my boundries. I would have never ever ever taken on a known biter, I was completely lied to by the woman who had him and am now stuck with som'thing I am not willing/able to deal with.

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Old 11-01-2009, 08:27 AM
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AH! Here it is! I couldn't remember where we were discussing the bird!

Crio, I posted for you in General Discussion. I might have found some help for you and bird.
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hahaha. So Kev went to get our dog crate back that I transported the bird in. I was at work.

The lady was like "ooooh the bird is sooo tame/happy now"

my first instinct here is...um...sure he is, you've had him a day and half, hes out of his element.

Then the good part. "the foster lady says he was biting your wife because she smelled like snakes..."

not because hes crazy, not because he wants to breed, not because hes been abused, not because he sees me as a mate, doesn't see me as a mate...not for any reason that makes sense.

I busted up laughing here. First...not sure what snakes smell like...but lets just humor that idea for a second...so when it was my days off, I hadn't been near a snake...he wasn't in a room with snakes...and he was going after me thats because I smelled like snakes? Mmmm hmmm. This is the same bird thats not afraid of 45lb dogs.

Oh and my husband would "smell like snakes" pretty much the same as I would. Interesting how that doesn't apply to him. Also didn't apply to the half dozen people who held him in a store full of snakes..

then there was more "ooo hes sooo tame...he hasn't bit anyone, hes sooo much happier with the foster"

This is pretty insulting actually...birds have whats called a "honeymoon period" where their personality is all rainbows and kittens because they are overwhelmed in a new enviroment...the bird was tame for me too for about a month too.

so anyway...Iam glad he went and got the crate not me, because I don't know whether I would have laughed at them, or gotten insulted.

Either way they are in for a heck of a shock in about t-minus 30 days.



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seems odd that they are so into birds and wouldn't get that... i mean with any animal, it takes time for them to adjust to a new environment...even when they've never had problems and have been treated kindly their whole lives, they still freak out in a new place....
well like you said...they are in for a shock just before christmas too!



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The lady that took him has macaws....thats a whole different beast than a horny cockatoo.

Maybe it'll work...who knows...shes at home all the time...he has other birds around now...maybe thats what he needs.

but it was almost like "what are you talking about this bird is tame!??" That bugged me a bit. I showed them my scars and was 110% honest about him. So at this point they are thinking the bird is 100% tame and I am the screw up. I mean what on earth must I have done to make this tame, sweet bird maul me....lol

Ah phoey. I just needed to vent. The bird will knaw holes in them too, I know it.



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didn't they tell you already tho...you touch evil wicked snakes...OBVIOUSLY
that was the problem...i didn't even think birds had that great of a sense of smell...



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yeah, must be all my snake laden satanic rituals that I kept taking the bird to.

I don't think they can smell well either...I'll look it up.



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about half the hits say birds have a keen sense of smell and about half the hits say they can't smell worth a damn...lol

either way the reason doesn't fit as many other "snake smelly" people handled him without a hitch.



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in all honestly, is it possible that you looked like the lady you got him from? from the very very little i know of birds that makes way more sense then smelling like snakes....
well that and the evil snake laden satanic rituals of course



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Not particularly...it could be a woman thing tho.

parrots don't like satan...but they do like violence...gotcha.



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