hi I have 2 Indian ringneck parrots that I have raised since babies hand fed on formula,they are now approximately 3yrs old we have recently moved into a apartment where pets are not allowed and obviously due to the bond my daughter has with them we could not rehome them. My question is in regards to trying to minamalise their high pitched screams. My male parrot does the mating dance with everything from buttons to table legs shoes and his own reflection, he screams from sun up to sun down and our female parrot has also started mimicking him. Any advice you could give to curb this behaviour would be invaluable
HellWe are looking at buying a long stock coat German Shepherd, after loosing our second one recently.We have found a reputable breeder nearby who has German bloodlines and many past Australian Champions in her kennel and often has long stock coats in her littersJust last week, a first time mum has thrown a long stock coat girl which we will probably buy but it has a bob tail!! We have no intention of showing, so it’s not significant to us, in fact we think it is quite uniqueHave you heard of this happening before in German Shepherds?Kind RegardsGraeme Walker
When one of my family members goes outside, my Kelpie X girl (8 months) jumps on us, bites and growls. It hurts!When I walk her she gets a little excited after a while and does the same. She jumps on me and bites.Sometimes when we bring her inside for quiet time, she gets too excited and bites and growls. Even though she's playing, I worry about the kids being outside with her. Help!