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Cockatiel question

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rufftydlc's picture
Joined: 07.02.2007

Hi, has anyone ever had to tame a bird that was from a pet shop tht wasnt hand reared. Ive been tryin to tame my cockatiel and he gets really stressed and also when he takes the food from my hand he throws it straight on to the floor. Any ideas or first hand accounts would be great. Also any tips to stop him gettin so stressed every time i go anywhere near him. Cheers

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Joined: 22.10.2012

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