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New baby Sennie learning to fly

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Re: New baby Sennie learning to fly

Postby Michael » Fri Jun 07, 2013 9:10 pm

Here's an easy trick for you for protecting treats. Crack open a walnut, hopefully without breaking it. Take about half (or whatever you can hold onto) and hide it in your hand. Break off a small piece that is designated as the next treat. This way you can regulate treat sizes, have the next treat available on hand, and keep the treats for getting pillaged.

Remember that the more bad behavior the parrot gets away with, the more it will continue to go on.
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Re: New baby Sennie learning to fly

Postby BlondeCorinne » Wed Aug 21, 2013 6:34 pm

This warms my heart! I think witnessing their first flight is pretty amazing too :) I wish you and your new baby a happy and healthy life together!
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