My partner and I had a parrot that lived to be 70. My guess is this baby parrot is not happy about being locked in a room by himself. They are very
social animals and smart. Our parrot just passed away 6 months ago. That was sad.
Crazy coincidence. I have a Maxx. A Siberian Husky that hates being told no, especially when he wants to go for a ride in the truck.
The arguments I have with him are legendary. I am going to have to get a video of him giving my mother the third degree. He hates when she leaves in
the truck and doesn't take him. He mopes until she returns and yowls at her. Everyone including myself swears he is asking her "Wer Wer Woo"?
I could be wrong of course. AFAIK, birds stampede as a sign of stress, but I am not the "owner"... a relative´s parakeet does that whenever a women
walks towards the voliere. He clearly dislikes women
He also does that if he want´s to be left alone. Not walking like that but stamping both feet to make noise. I was told this is a sign of stress and
also a natural behavior when it comes to fights (using the claws as weapons).
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