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The cause of most behavioural problems

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The cause of most behavioural problems

by Sally Blanchard

Over the years I have done many in-home and telephone consultations and with most of them I was called because one of two behavioural problems became unbearable - biting and screaming.  I usually ask how long these behaviours have been causing problems.  The answer is often that they have been escalating for some time but have finally become too much for the callers.  If I have been contacted about aggression, I ask the person if the parrot is also screaming.  If they have called about screaming, I ask about biting.  It is not unusual for the bird to be doing both, and there may be other more subtle behavioural problems too.

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