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Posted by adrain on 2/19/06
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    Eww. Im not sure if seperating them is a good idea. Parrots
    pair up for life and seperating them could cause seperation
    anxiety. It would be life splitting you and your significant
    other up. If you aquire a bonded pair i would think that
    atleast ethically you sould keep them together. You can still
    reach a certain level of tameness even with paired birds. They
    may not be the cuddle bug we all want as a pet but you could
    possibly get them to step up and maybe even talk. You may want
    to be a little more carfull with them around breeding season
    thou. Anyway ofcourse i dont wanna tell anyone what to do with
    thier pets. I would like to emplor you to ask around do a little
    research and make the most compasionate decision for you and you
    (just an idea. you could breed them and sell all but one of the
    offspring which you could tame from infancy. This would make
    for an optimal pet. and the breeding pair could remain a happy
    couple) Again i dont wanna tell anyone what to do with thier
    pet i am only making a suggestion.
    On 2/16/06, david wrote:
    > On 2/16/06, adrain wrote:
    >> On 2/15/06, DAVID wrote:
    >>> Hi
    >>> I just got 2 DYH amazons...I was told they were females
    >>> then I was told they were male and female.Their sex really
    >>> doesn't matter I wnated pets. They seem to not get along
    >>> with eachother they peck and growl at eachother.I was told
    >>> they were bonded and could not be seperated?? I think
    >>> they'd be happier seperate though. Can I seperate them
    >>> will they be ok. One of them seems curious about people
    >>> and seems to want to interact a bnit but the other one
    >>> attacks her when she tries to step up!!! Any help is
    >>> appreciated.
    >> Hey Dave I have a Double yellow head too and ive read
    >> that the male does get agresive w/ its mate and even more so
    >> when breeding. As a matter a fact ive heard it suggested
    >> that when you have a breeding pair its wize to clip the
    >> males wings so that the female could escape him when he
    >> becomes too agressive. As far as the less friendly bird
    >> attacking the other when it tries to step up this sounds
    >> like male jelousy. One reason the male becomes agressive in
    >> breeding pairs is to keep the female away from other
    >> suiters. The agressive bird just may be the male who thinks
    >> you are trying to seduce his female.
    >> Congratulations with the new pair. Do you plan to breed
    >> them if they are M&F? I think ive seen you in here for some
    >> time now what did you have before the DYHs? and how many in
    >> your flock now?
    > Hi Adrain,
    > No i wasn't planning on breeding so I guess I need to
    > seperate them now so I can work with them. According to
    > previous owners they have never even laid eggs...
    > I am new to the chatboard and very new to birds as pets I only
    > have the yellow heads and I have a yellow naped. So just the
    > three In the future I would love to add an African grey and a
    > Macaw.
    > Thanks
    > David