Yesterday, we had a terrible day with Dooby. He is trying to assert his dominance. Darryl (partner) was sat at his desk and Dooby was just out messing around, then Dooby launched himself at Darryl's neck and face, he just kept going at him, Darryl stood up and tried to make him stop but he wouldn't. The only way Darryl could get Dooby off him was to run from the room (with Dooby still doing a full on attack) and going into the bedroom and shutting the door. I was downstairs at the time, wondering what the noise was, when I got upstairs, Dooby was sat on top of the bathroom door, waiting for Darryl. After a lot of biting and flapping, I managed to get Dooby in his cage. I have told Laura about this attack and she thought wing clipping might be the answer. It seems like a good answer to me, I've read up about it online and they recommend that for a dominant male. So, I'm going to see about getting that done. This morning, Dooby is really, behaving dominantly, although he is still in his cage. Dooby was on the bottom of his cage and Darryl looked in at him to talk to him and Dooby moved up to be above Darryl, so Darryl sat up a bit, Dooby moved up, then Darryl stood up and once again Dooby moved up!! He really does need to be looking down on us and dominating. We have tried this with him three or four times now and it's always the same, Dooby has to be higher than us, looking down. Sheesh, I never thought he would turn out so naughty. I just want my stupid Dooby back. He'll sit in his cage and sing and whistle and talk away, but there is this major dominance thing that we have to get over, I don't mind admitting that I am very nervous of him at the moment. So, I think it's going to be a wing clipping job for Dooby and we'll see how that goes.