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Taming and Bonding Taming and Bonding is all about helping your budgie learn to TRUST you. This requires time and patience and does not happen overnight.

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Can a budgie be tamed without millet because I am currently living in a country that the millet is some how rare. And I heard that millet is not that good for budgies so I am trying to feed them pellets and lettuce(few pits a day) only to keep them healthy.

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Yes, you can train a budgie without millet. You just need to find something that they really like and will be happy to work for.
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Its hard to tame them with a small cage.

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It's way too soon to be trying to tame them yet anyway. They need at least two weeks to settle in, then, if they're comfortable, you can begin to slowly work on taming them. Right now you can try them on different vegetables by either putting them into a food bowl, or pegging them through the bars, and see if they seem to have a favourite.


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It's way too soon to be trying to tame them yet anyway. They need at least two weeks to settle in, then, if they're comfortable, you can begin to slowly work on taming them. Right now you can try them on different vegetables by either putting them into a food bowl, or pegging them through the bars, and see if they seem to have a favourite.


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