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Message #7660. This is a followup to #7658.

Name:(No name)
Date:Saturday December 1, 2012 12:54:30 am MST
Subject:Re: a friend for a friend
Message:(No name)you can teach two dominante bidrds, both who obviouvousl feel they're going to lose their position in the family that it isn't the case. usually infront of one another, one usually in the cage the other out sometimes in trust me I had a planned friendship aboard and it didn't take long to work the point is you may get Carl to like Ginger vice versa but never the way you planned it and you'll have to learn spoiling these birds will never be a possibility. just don't give i=up on themm k
 or fogoing to lose doid wrote:
> remember when you rescue a bird, take considerable time before you
> bring home a friend mfor your new rescue. er ideas, and jMany times
> that rescue has othand are having diiculer ideas, and you've just
> invited jealousy onto the horizon and its not fair for you to pack
> them both back to a sanctuary because you made a mistak e and you are
> having difficulty making needed acjustments. returning them to a
> sancuary ike, s a cop out. Learn from your mistakaget e, teach these
> birds how to get along

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