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Old 05-20-2020, 10:26 AM
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Advice on agression

Hi all!
I have an 8 mo old male sun conure (Charlie) and a month ago I brought home a now 3 month old turquoise GC (Chloe) and Charlie has been super aggressive towards her to the point where he has drawn blood on me for not allowing him to get to her. He is super jealous that my time is now shared and my thoughts of having a friend for him are quickly being shattered.. he tolerates my English budgies and parakeets, but whenever she is near his cage he starts shaking and poops up and banging on the cage and smacking his toys around and I don't know how to handle that behavior. #sendhelp lol.
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Old 05-20-2020, 10:49 AM
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Re: Advice on agression

Hi there, and welcome!

Here's something that came to mind that might be useful. Introducing a Second Bird...

My two, an Ekkie and a YNA have to have their out of cage time individually, period. The Ekkie is very determined to be friends, but the other one wants no part of it and would cause serious injury. It's a challenge, but we make it work.
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Thank you, it's been a very sobering experience. I alternate their time out of the cage, but Charlie is becoming used to this new normal where he bites hard enough to draw blood. I've tried all the tricks that I know of, so I appreciate the input ��
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Re: Advice on agression

Thought these might also be helpful:

http://www.parrotforums.com/ge...ps-...ing-trust.html

http://www.parrotforums.com/tr...88-...-training.html



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