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Date:9/22/2014 4:03:02 AM
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We have4 the same problem
I got a Blue Front that I brought home one day and the wife hated it because it bit her hard. any way Now he bird is her playmate evey night after work the bird waits for her. I wounder if you husband is a large man because I have found that if you have no fear of the birds they tend to warm up to you faster. Now the Blue front treats me like its father or mother and gives love and attion but when the wife walks in thats another story. Also you have to get tougher fingers I have found that when birds bite i push in veses pull away this way it gags them and they don't get the responds that they want. After about a week they quit bitting due to the fact it's not fun.
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