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Date:9/30/2014 12:46:06 PM
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Yes I have to say conures can be loud we have a dog too! They require a lot of attention and can be loud if they dont get the attention. Ferdie is one of our alarm systems she knows when someone is coming home, when a dog crosses the street or a butterfly flies by her window. Ferdie also talks to me though she is a little chatterbox she says things like hello, thank you, etc. Its all in the trainning to get them not to be loud birds. Once she starts being loud she gets put into her cage and I close the blinds. She knows she is in the wrong. Conure love drama so we avoid being loud and such. Sun conures are great birds she does all kinds of tricks, crazy dance moves, etc. I wish you luck and hope you make a good decision. I would be happy to answer any questions I can. :)
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