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Old 02-17-2013, 12:32 AM
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Are they sorta like a dog and will pick up on when you feel bad and try to make you feel better? I've read alot about them and know they are extremely smart ( can be good but also can be a curse if raised wrong) and just curious if they read our moods as well as dogs. By no means am saying they are like dogs, I just mean about them picking up on moods.
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:36 AM
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Re: Quick question

I'm not too sure about greys, but Ozzie definitely does! When I'm not in a very good mood he will be a good birdie and doesn't do naughty things. But when I'm in a happy mood...don't talk about it...he has chewed on my wall!
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Old 02-17-2013, 12:46 AM
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Oh yea, they can feel your moods!!!! If your giving off bad vibes, there's a likelihood your gonna get bit. Never work with your birds if your upset. But at the same time they can be very sweet during that moment....just depends on the bird....
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Probably also depends on how well bonded they are to you as well

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Re: Quick question

I am not sure if they can feel sorry for you and try to make you feel better. At list I don't feel those vibes from my AG. But on the other hand they are always so funny, that you just have to take a look at them and already feel better. Taking care of them also make you to forget all your troubles for a while. I was having some problems during last few years and was sad most of the time, since I have my little girl things have changed for me to the better and I am happy again.
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