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Brandy <email address not displayed>
Brandy wrote on the Nanday Conure Forum message board: > What worked for me and my nanday was that when he bit me, I bit him > back on his toe (lightly). After about two or three times of this, he > saw that if he bites, he gets bit. He didn't like getting bit, so he > stopped biting. It's just a conditioned response. He got back what he > gave... so when he gave kisses, he got back kisses. It works in > reverse too. Simple, but very effective. > > Vinnie's Parents wrote: > > We have had Vinnie for about 4 months now and he still bites us. We > > are talking take a big chunk out of your hand, not a little nip. > Is > > there something wrong with him or us? Also, he will not let us get > > him out of his cage unless we have a washcloth or a glove on our > > hand. And then when we finally do get him out, he just runs back to > > his cage and stands there until we put him back in there (oh and by > > the way, we take him in another room to play with him, he just > walks > > back to his room and stands by the door)If anyone has some advise, > > please e-mail us or post a message. Thank you so much.
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