Toddlers aren’t the only ones who want to be in control of their lives—parrots do too. The drive for dominance is extremely strong in most birds.
In the wild, the alpha bird receives the first pick of food, nesting places, mates and everything else needed for survival. In a domestic setting, a bird’s needs are met by his owners. You will provide your bird with spacious scalloped top birdcages or stackable birdcages. He will receive plenty of food, water and exercise. What more could a bird ask for?
Nevertheless, this drive for dominance is still there. If left unchecked, your parrot may become aggressive and out of control. He may bite your hand when you open his stainless birdcage or stackable birdcage. He may also refuse to perch on your arm when you let him out of his stainless birdcages or scalloptop birdcages.
Never Let Your Bird Sit on Top of His Scalloptop Birdcages
One sign that your bird is trying to become the boss in the family is if he always tries to seat himself above you. If you allow your bird to perch on top of his scalloptop birdcages or stainless birdcages, he will feel taller than you and dominant over you. As a result, never allow your bird to be in this position. The only exception is if your stainless birdcage or scalloptop birdcages are low to the ground. When you take your pet out of his stackable birdcages or stainless birdcage, do not let him perch on your shoulder—he’ll start to think he’s the top bird in the house.Thankfully, a lot of behavioral problems can be corrected or eliminated by never allowing your bird seat himself higher than your chest. In this way, your pet will understand that you are the boss and he’ll respect you for that.