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Date:9/20/2014 1:58:04 AM
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Hi Chloe
about the biting,if she bites you,say loud no and put her back in the cage,wait for a few minutes and try again,normaly we learn very fast,that if we don't behave,that we have to stay in the cage and most of us,love to be outside the cage.i know it hurts your mommy very much,when you bite but she has to be patient.if mommy takes you out and you don't bite,she needs to praise you very much and maybe gives you a little treat.what about your daddy,do you bite him too,when he wanna pick you up?because i'm a big mommy's boy and don't let someone else pick me up,so mommy is the only one,who can handle me.hope we could help your mommy a bit,if she has anymore question,don't be shy,just come by and ask.beaky kisses and a vote Jango
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