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Originally Posted by MPJJJ
We will be getting a cockatiel this week. Our dog is obedianced trained, he knows the basic commands. He has already shown an agression towards squirrels and cats. How can i train him to tolerate the bird, so that the bird can be free to roam the house as he does?
Originally Posted by polka123
You may NEVER have a problem, but to be safe, I would never leave the 2 alone together.
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