Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Lower AL
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No I'm not afraid of being bitten. He isn't the biting type, but he likes to chew in stuff when he is nervous, whether it's a toy, my clothing, or my fingers. I'm not scared of his beak though. I think I get frustrated just because I never feel like I'm making any progress.
I've had Oliver for close to a year, like 9 months. I haven't started until now because 1. I was comfortable 2. I was taking some harder courses in school and had a lot of studying. I didn't neglect him during that time I just couldn't focus of training. He is target trained and does a pretty good job of it. I taught him that with a clicker. That's really the only thing I've taught him other than to step up.
Plus 2 guinea pigs and a lot of chickens
Last edited by Jake; 03-25-2013 at 04:01 PM.