Re: Peach Face Lovebird Regurgitating
Posted by victoria on 10/30/06
Thank you! I had already removed the bell on Sunday. I washed
it off again and the bird was so upset and immediately started
regurgitating on it again. Common sense told me that it could
not be healthy for my bird. He wasn't too happy that the bell
dissappeared. (he has plenty of other toys) I thought it odd
that he didn't become bonded to this bell until the day I put
him into the bigger cage. Yesterday I bought a "companion" on a
trial bases... I'm keeping them in separate cages until I see
whether my bird will be territorial to the other. If mine is a
male, I'm told it will not allow another male into his domain
gracefully, so I am going to wait a day or two before trying to
put them together in the same cage. Do you agree? I am open to
any and all advise! THANKS
On 10/30/06, Andie wrote:
> Your lovebird is "feeding" it's "mate." It has bonded to
> this bell and is trying to show it it will be a good parent.
> If the bird is doing this excessivly I would remove the
> bell. If the bird does this too much for too long it can rob
> him from his own nutrients. It's always a good idea to
> rotate toys so they don't get attached to any one toy, and so
> they don't get bored. Good luck.
> On 10/27/06, Victoria Gamache wrote:
>> My bird is regurgitating on it's bell. Covering the entire
>> bell with food. If I wash it off, it covers it again. This
>> started when I bought it a new much larger cage. Is it
>> happier? Upset? It has loved always playing with his bells.
>> This is the larger bell out of six. The pet store thought
>> that it was showing affection to the bell. Not sure what to
>> do, if anything.