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Old 12-25-2017, 06:14 AM
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Question Is he could be Randy budgie syndrome?

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I have about 8 months old male budgie. His name is Dudus.I adopted him in july, after 4 months later (in November) I decided to take one more male budgie to companion. His name is Sunny (about 2,5 months old male).

At first there is nothing wrong with them. I tested their dropping to avian vet and there is no worms or mega bacteria etc. they are completely healthy. Dudus has never too much attention about Sunny, but Sunny is opposite of him. Sunny always trys to feed Dudus. The vet said that he is trying to get his friendship and there is notting to worry about.

For last two weeks, Dudus developes an obsession for my cell phone, masturb.. when my finger on it, try to feed it, regurgitating and never share with me(except masturb..) or anyone else or Sunny. When I try to touch the phone he bites me badly which he never does that. Also he loses his wight about 6 grams in a month. (he is now 34 grams)I scale them 3 times of a week. He is eating, but not as much as he used to. But other these things he is singing all the time never puffed himself looks energetic and happy. Sunny follows Dudus all the time where he flys. When Dudus trys to eat something Sunny follows him and not gives him a personal space. But at nights when I close the lights they are start to fighting. So I seperate them at nights.

I'm worry about him. Is Dudus getting Randy budgie syndrome or jealousy about the other budgie or something else, What should I do. Should I seperate them completely or should not?

In the cage there is two of all toys or swings or feeding cups etc.

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Old 12-25-2017, 08:44 AM
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Because Dudus has become obsessed with your cell phone, you simply need to keep it away from him.
Put it away when he is having out-of-cage time.
The constant regurgitation to the phone can cause Dudas to have health problems including malnutrition.

Separating the two budgies at night is best since they fight when the lights are out.
I have a couple of male budgies that are fine together during the day but don't get along at night.

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Hi FaeryBee;

Thank you for your answer.

Actually I'm concern about his weigth and eating habits. He is not eating as much as he used to. may he be hungry because of Sunny does not let him to eat? . Because Sunny is always follow him. When Dudus goes one of food bowl Sunny goes there, Dudus goes the other one Sunny follows him. Should I seperate them totaly?
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Yes, at this point in time it would be best for you to house them in separate cages.
It is important the Dudus have the opportunity to eat and rest properly.

You could try giving the two limited out of cage time together each day so they can interact while keeping them separated the remainder of the time.
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Thank you so much FaeryBee.

I will seperate them today.
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Hi there and to the forums!

You've been given great advice and resources above! Hopefully with the separation and taking away the things that incite his urge to mate will help to calm him down.

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