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Thread Description:Why your budgie bites, and tips to stop it

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Biting- A Learned And Often Avoidable Behavior



Biting can be a common behavior among parrots, and being in the parrot family budgies are naturally included, and what starts as a one time thing can easily turn into a habit. With a few simple (and mostly painless!) techniques however, you can often change your "fids" behavior rather quickly and eliminate biting, or better yet, stop it before it even becomes a habit to begin with.

To do this though we need to think of things from a budgies view point rather than a human one, and make some immediate changes to our own behavior and how we handle him or her.

In the following article you will find how and why a budgie often starts biting, how to handle (and not handle) a bite, and some positive ways to encourage good behavior in your little feathered friend

I hope it will be helpful to a few of our members here! Click the link below to see the article.

Biting- A Learned And Often Avoidable Behavior


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