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Carrie wrote: > Hiya VP!! > > Vinnie I'm sure is a wonderful guy, just waiting for the right time to > show it! One thing I have learned in all of the stories I have read > and people I have talked to is (and this does NOT make you bad > parents!!!) its never their fault. Something is making Vinnie feel > threatened. It might be something as simple as a baseball cap? Or a > beard? Parrots are flock animals, it goes against their nature to be > alone. Try being OVERLY dramatic in another room. Make him WANT to > be where you are. Play loud music, laugh, make noise. Nandays are > major noise loving drama queens! Try that and see how it works:) > > Another thing, try to not react to the bite. I know this is easier > said than done, but remembering they are into drama the more you pull > back and yell and dance around in pain................the more amusing > they will find it AND they will see that hey, if I bite Mommy or Daddy > I get my way! My Jacques used to bite me all the time when I tried to > take her off my shoulder. After a while, she found out that Mommy > doesn't react to it and she is STILL taken off my shoulder. She still > sqwauks at me but she does step up. Daddy on the other hand, still > pulls his hand back fast and yells and she is STILL biting him:) > > I'm not an expert but I know what worked for me:) > > Carrie and the Crew
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