>>2378081>Get bitter apple spray
Tried that, didn't work at all.>Determine what he likes to chew on the most, if it's wires make him a toy that's similar
I actually got a few wires for him to avoid things like the pic above, but apparently if they're not connected to my PC they're just not good enough for him, because he doesn't even look at them.>don't give him his regular food anywhere outside of the cage
His regular food is and has always been inside the cage. He goes in, eats and quickly flies away upon finishing or if he sees me getting close to the cage. Actually, there's some treats I keep to give him only inside the cage and is the only way for me to get him inside of it long enough to close it.>Look up stick and/or clicker training and give it a shot
Yeah, I didn't explain myself properly before: he has learned some tricks. I can ask him to go to different places in the room, make him "beg" for a treat with his leg or by chirping, and he knows his name and comes when called. He learned all of those really fucking quickly. The problem is, if he doesn't see the treats already in my hand, he just won't do any of those things, even though he absolutely knows what to do.>If you don't have any, get some fibrous toys that he can really tear up
He has ropes, bells, ladders, bridges, branches and a ball. I change their location every two weeks or so because I was told this helps keep the bird entertained. He simply refuses to play with them 90% of the time.
Thanks for the tips, though.