Lovebird aggressive and likes to attack his partner? This is how to fix it! This bird is named lovebird, since known as bird-lovers, always faithful to his partner. Generally, if already mated, lovebird (LB) and a group of birds bent beak (parrot) other will pair up for life. But there are times when LB was already visible berjodoh fight or hurt his partner. Well, we will be reviewing the nature of the aggressive LB against his partner. Age differences and fluctuations in hormone levels in male and female lovebird greatly influences the formation of couples. The older birds, especially if accustomed to living alone, usually more ready to be mated than younger birds. In addition, the problem of the enclosure is also a dilemma of its own for us to ask lovebird. The bird that will supposedly need time to adjust to his new home. If LB females included in the enclosure that was originally occupied by lovebird males, there is a possibility the males will overwhelm the enclosure. In some cases, he would seek to form a bond with the potential partner too fast, often attacking the candidate's spouse. And vice versa. If LB male is inserted in the enclosure which was originally occupied by a female lovebird. The female is likely that ruled the roost, and often apply aggressive towards prospective spouse. In the wild, this kind of thing rarely happens. Because when they choose a mate, both the male and the female are similarly in the condition is ready to mate. The levels of the hormones testosterone (male) and estrogens (female) was already experiencing synchronization is naturally. Consequently, the process of matchmaking and the marriage was much easier. In contrast to cage in captivity. Usually the prospective spouse who obtained a lovebird is a bird that had also just living alone in a cage/enclosure, and just being friends with man as its owner. Lovebird can also suffer Burnout Birds in the wild, although already berjodoh, is usually too busy with "affair". They need to interact with other birds around it, so not only with his partner only. Activity that is what often makes the birds in the wild are relatively free of burnout. Well, in captivity needs, a lovebird is forced or compelled to always meet with a friend's lovebird-that's it. They like could not obtain new things in the cage captivity. But we know, LB and crooked beak of bird groups also have intelligence beyond the type of birds. They need a lot of aktifivas that can stimulate her brain to work, such as foraging, or interact with other birds. If this condition is not immediately discernible by the owner, and lasts for a long time, it is not surprising if it appears the case where a lovebird suddenly became aggressive, even attacking a partner or prospective partner on its own. Give a toy to suppress potential Burnout in lovebird. The simplest solution to minimize the potential saturation was giving toys to the lovebird. If you have land that is quite extensive, it could also use another solution by building a stable breeding colony. The aggressive nature of the lovebird actually easily observable (if it appears), but that is difficult is seeing signs that the bird will be aggressive. The presence of a dominant bird alone is enough to intimidate her partner, even without physical attacks. The birds are under the influence of intimidation will not have the opportunity to eat properly, and often nervous or lethargic. In addition to nutritional problems, stress due to live one enclosure with the attackers (aggressors) can weaken the immune system, and will be prone to this type of disease. Some steps that can be done • Separate first the lovebird looks dominant for a while. This is very necessary, if the other birds look stress. Thus, there is a chance for other birds to more mature or experienced if was betrothed again with a new pair of candidates. • Do not pull out the bird that intimidated from their enclosures. While keeping the birds intimidated in cages, then there is a chance for him to become the new ruler in the enclosure. This could boost her mental health, if aggressive lovebird will supposedly go back and put into the cage. • In the above case, matchmaking with two aircraft carriers ever in pairs, all should start from the beginning again. That is, the start of the process of attaching the cage the aggressors to Aviary that intimidated. • As I refer to above. to eliminate saturation, give a toy for a lovebird. It's already sold a variety of furniture and toys for the birds beak bent. • Removing one of them to play outside the breeding cages, for example 1-3 times a week, so that they could obtain apartments. • Provide the lush plants and branched out in a cage captivity, in order that it could lovebird has time to yourself (Privacy) without being seen by his partner. Hopefully this article can be useful for those of you who are just starting out and are having problems cultivation the lovebird.