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Having a large featherless assistant often means having to adopt a more “hands on” management style.
While the ones without feathers can be trusted to do small routine tasks (such as changing your cage paper and scratching your neck feathers) larger task require the support of your natural leadership abilities.
Take “recycling,” for instance.
How will you know if your assistant has properly recycled everything if you don’t check it out for yourself?
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts