Does anyone know why it starts?
Could it be the breeding environment, how they see people in the first few weeks of their life as trustworthy or not? And how many generations away from the wild? And I guess if it's from breeding particularly aggressive or non aggressive qps, there would be a reduction, and probably a breeding program for nice qps.
When it starts or changes that create worse aggression?
I often find people who say "yeah, they are all like that" but Bob isn't at ALL. At least to me I feel so lucky ^-^
Is it just for certain people they trust they are ok with hands in the cage? I know most people here have cage aggressive qps. And I am sure they are all trustworthy.
I know about being in the wild how their nests are situated and they have the front as "family" and the back as "babies and mom" and outside just "friends". But aren't we often compared to being "the flock" for them? So if we used that wouldn't we be "family" and let in the front?
Maybe it's just dependent on how nice their cage is lol.
Or a combination?
Or is it just random?
Maybe it would be more accurate to ask what makes qps NOT cage aggressive?
I don't think I've yet run into someone who said their qp wasn't.
I have a feeling this might turn into an interesting discussion
Edited by QuakerFriend, 30 April 2014 - 04:56 PM.