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  1. Training and Behavior
    Dakota, who I've posted about before, is/was a bit more hand shy than I originally thought. She will eat seeds from my hands (and has a tendency to knock quite a few of them off), and won't back away from my finger if I try to get her to perch (she does get nervous and go back to her original...
  2. Training and Behavior
    Ok, I know pigeons my not be circus animals, but, I have a rinky-dinky circus made of my pets, and I'm starting a pigeon, Houdini, who I have had for 5 weeks today, and I wont to teach him some rinky dinky tricks. He's a great singer, when he sings. I need some ideas for tricks, and how to teach...
  3. Pet Pigeons And Doves
    Hello everybody! I am looking for some advice on how to teach my male ringneck dove, Milkshake, to come when called. So far, I have had him for about a month, and he is about seven months old. He will eat from my hand, perch on my finger, head, arm, etc, as well as allow me to bathe him...
  4. Pet Pigeons And Doves
    It's been two years now since member BlueCheck, aka Frank, sent Rocky to us and we've been having a great time with him. He's become a true member of the family. Rocky lives in a large, two-story, four-level Ferret Nation cage indoors and spends a couple of hours hanging out with us in the...
  5. Homing & Racing Pigeons
    Hi there all, This seems like a great forum for those of us who are just starting out in this fascinating world of Racing Pigeons. I have a couple of questions that probably onlyt a noob could ask but here they go anyway. Do any of you pay any attention to the so called "Eye Sign? If yes...
  6. Archive - Pet Pigeons And Doves
    When my dog was bored, the trainer had me teach him tricks to keep his mind occupied (roll over, play dead, crawl, find objects, pray, etc.). I have a 2 month old hand-raised, formerly injured homing pigeon that spends days in our school classroom (weekends he comes home and spends in the...
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