This is regarding my lovely little 4 year old female cockatiel Teddy.
Just over the last two weeks or so she has started constantly mleming - like a tongue roll with very slight beak grind. She also tends to hunch over a little while doing it.
Almost every spare second that isn't...
My cockatiel has seemed a bit off lately (always wants to be in the dark, less vocalization, ect) and I noticed this odd thing he was doing with his beak today. I have attached a link to a video of what he's doing on the bottom of this post.
He doesn't seem to be grinding his beak but more...
I know that I read SOMEWHERE that beak grinding is a sign of contentment. But Handsome is doing it pretty much constantly. If he's not eating, he's grinding. Anyone know if excessive grinding is a bad thing? Or is it just more of a good thing?