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Bird bite photos (Warning ~ Graphic)

Icey

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Frankie got me again. I was cleaning up his mess last night and accidently picked up a peanut. He wasn't happy and let me know it.
He got me in the vein so blood squirted everywhere. I used a towel to stop the bleeding then put 3 bandaids on it. It hurts like you know what and as soon as my pain pills kick in and i am brave enough to take the bandaids off, I will post another picture.
This is it now.
 

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Greylady1966

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Hope it heals soon. Bites on hands are so hard to keep closed.
 

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Everytime I move my hand it starts bleeding again. Pain meds are helping but it's still throbbing.
Frankie knows he hurt me and is being so cautious today. He's not attacking his toys either, and keeps calling for me to go in the kitchen with him.
He's my big boy, just a bit hormonal which is making him aggressive.
It was over in a second and the look on his face was like ut oh when he saw the blood and he went running in his hut to hide. I called him out and he came out with his head down. I told him he was naughty for biting me and I was trying to keep so quiet so hubby wouldn't know what happened as he was in the living room. I wanted to scream so bad.
 

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I'm sure many people would have screamed. Very tender, thin skin on top of the hands. Do you think something like Steri-strips would help hold it?
 

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Looks like an occlusive bandage is needed. That flap of skin is going to continue to move around and come apart with how much we use and wash our hands. And unfortunately it's even worse for older people with thin skin and the skin cannot be stitched. You can pick some up at drug store.

Something like this:

 

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Ouch! You poor thing.:sadhug2:
 

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I love my birds as much as life itself but there is a reality to being enslaved to a large parrot. They bite.

A "few" of the bites I took photos of. Pain means nothing to me (anymore). :D

This is actually the second bite in exactly the same spot.



This is the first time he got me there.


Second day. Had a black eye for a week. :(


The nasty scar after it healed. Tika has "branded" me.


Got this one right on the chin. :eek:


He doesn't have a favorite spot. He'll nail me where ever it's convenient.



And of course the biggest target of all!!!


I dont have an image, but male budgie clamped his beak on my thumb when I first got him, I swear it hurt bad. they're just as bad. but they don't draw blood. why does your bird bite so much?
 

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I dont have an image, but male budgie clamped his beak on my thumb when I first got him, I swear it hurt bad. they're just as bad. but they don't draw blood. why does your bird bite so much?
They don't bite that often any more. (This thread is 13 years old).

A very complicated question. The short answer is birds can't disagree or say no so they bite. The real problem is the humans lack of understanding and ability to read their birds. They speak loud and clear. We don't listen.

This is the long answer
:)

 

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They don't bite that often any more. (This thread is 13 years old).

A very complicated question. The short answer is birds can't disagree or say no so they bite. The real problem is the humans lack of understanding and ability to read their birds. They speak loud and clear. We don't listen.

This is the long answer
:)

my brother has a teil, female, she was doing OK before mating season came, now she hisses alot, and wants to bite alot when not in a good mood. but she has been on his finger close ro his face, and a training perch. maybe your bird was the same, hormonal ‍♀ I agree we don't quite understand them, but we still try to study to learn.
 

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Zacks thank you’s from the other day when he got out of the room while the dogs were in the house and i had to grab him
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