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The Key to a Healthy, Happy Bird

Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

Dear Parrot Lover,

After cats and dogs, parrots have become increasingly popular as a family pet. Raising a parrot to be healthy and happy can be a challenge. Here are five tips on how to raise a happy and healthy parrot:

  1. Make sure you do your homework! Research all the different parrot species to find one that is a near-perfect match to your lifestyle. Some parrots are okay spending hours alone all day in their cage with only minimal interaction when you come home from work. While others have to be out of their cages most of the time. Some parrots are known to have very high shrill vocals, and others will hardly make a peep. Doing your research beforehand can help set the foundation for a happy and health parrot in the future.
  2. Visit the Breeder! It is always best to purchase a baby parrot from a reputable breeder instead of a pet shop. This is because in a pet shop your new parrot may have been exposed to various types of airborne diseases and possibly even abuse by untrained staff. Ask the breeder if you can visit their nursery. Due to certain airborne avian diseases, the breeder may not allow you access into their nursery but they will allow you to visit their home and meet their breeder parrots. This will give you an idea of how well cared for the baby parrots are.
  3. Choose wisely! Once you have selected the right species and the right breeder you will then have to choose the right parrot. Avoid a parrot that has signs of malnutrition or physical abuse. Malnourished parrots will look like they have very breastbones when in actuality it is their overall muscle mass that has decreased. Your parrots feathers should be soft and shiny with no signs of plucking. Their eyes should also be clear, with no discharge. There should also be no discharge from their nostrils.
  4. Socialize! A great tip to raise a healthy parrot is to ensure proper socialization from the get-go. Parrots are very sociable creatures and enjoy the company of their flock members. Allow your parrot to interact with all members of your family as well as guests.
  5. Training! To ensure that you parrot is a well-adjusted member of your family, you will need to train them. Every day spend some time training your parrot with commands such as ’step-up’, ’step-down’, as well as teaching them new words and phrases.

The Key to a Healthy, Happy Bird

A Happy Healthy Bird

Click here to learn how to raise a healthy, happy and thriving parrot

Parrots can live an exceptionally long time, sometimes even outliving their owners but only if you know how to care for them. Some parrots only live a few mere years because of sickness, poor diet, or lack of care.

Click here to see what can shorten your parrot’s lifespan

The good news is that it is easy to care for a parrot and provide him both a physically and mentally healthy environment.

What are the Keys to Health?

There are three main key components for your bird’s health:

Proper cage setup

Maintenance of cage quality

Proper feeding and nutrition

If you know exactly what to do in each of these areas, you can have an extremely healthy bird.

You can learn all about these areas from Raising Polly: How-to
Raise a Healthy, Happy, Well Adjusted Bird
. This e-book is written
by a 25 year parrot lover and breeder who has learned the ins, outs, and secrets
of how to raise a healthy parrot. In this e-book, he shares these secrets with
you.

See what’s inside Raising Polly

Peek Inside

A quick peek of what’s inside this book tells you how much you can learn, whether you’re a novice bird owner or an experienced handler. You’ll learn valuable information like:

How to choose a healthy parrot

What are the signs of a sick bird or illness

Where should you place your bird’s cage

How to create your own parrot first aid kit

What to feed your bird

What does it mean when your bird does this (or that or any behavior!)

Why does your parrot pluck his feathers or squawk at you

When is the best time to try and train your bird

There is so much more as well! Plus, for a limited time, you can also get an audio book recording of Raising Polly plus you can receive a second bonus e-book: Training Your Parrot: 12 Simple Tricks Any Parrot Can Learn.

Click here to learn about the full satisfaction guarantee

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Parrot Screaming Making Your Ears Hurt?

Thursday, November 17th, 2016

Dear Parrot Lover,

If you are the devout owner of a colorful parrot then you surely known that their vocal ability can also be quite ‘colorful’. Parrots can screech, scream and cry out more than any other pet. This screaming can not only hurt your ears, but it can also escalate and hurt your chances of renting an apartment or having a roommate.

Parrot screaming is a very bad habit that needs to be nipped in the bud as soon as possible. This can be done using the following tips and suggestions:

Do understand that some screaming is perfectly normal for all parrots and screaming in itself cannot be fully eradicated. Parrots will be at their loudest at both dusk and dawn as part of their flock mentality. This screaming is fine, but any screaming that is too excessive should certainly be stopped.

Be conscious of the way in which you interact with your parrot when they are screaming. Try to reward the screaming with too much attention or drama on your part. Although it is easier said than done, always do your best to actually ignore your parrot’s excessive screams. So do not acknowledge your parrot when they are screaming, and certainly do not look or talk to your parrot either.

It may be easier for you if you can actually walk out of the room once your parrot starts screaming.

Once your parrot does stop screaming for at least a minute or two you should immediately reward him by giving plenty of praise and love. Then slowly increase the time before praising your parrot. Soon your parrot will just opt for the praise and the screaming should subside.

A great alternative to screaming is to teach your parrot to whisper quietly. Parrots are extremely intelligent and once they’ve learned that they will get your attention when the scream you will need to teach them that they will get better attention when they whisper. This can be done by simply teaching your parrot a different sound, phrase or a whistle.

Another great tip is to choose a pleasant sound that your parrot already makes and then encourage your parrot to continue to make it. Whenever he makes that particular sound, be sure to reward him immediately. The reward can be as simple as a praise or attention, or it can be something more meaningful such as his favorite treat or even a new toy. The more attention you give your parrot at this time, the quicker your parrot will stop screaming and instead adopt a more pleasant way to vocalize.

Keep a diary and make a note whenever your parrot screams. Over time you will eventually see a screaming pattern and by notating the screams you will be able to learn what triggers your parrot’s screaming. You can then work to eliminate these triggers from your parrot’s surroundings.

Teach your parrot to talk. A talking parrot is much better to have than a screaming parrot!

Parrot Screaming Making Your Ears Hurt?

Do all parrots make this much noise?

The simple answer is yes. Birds and parrots are just noisy by nature. It’s how they communicate with one another, and that means that making noise is how they talk to you too.

There is more than one reason that a bird may loudly squawk or scream. Trying to grab your attention is only one of those reasons, but it can also be one of the most annoying forms. A bird being territorial is another common reason. Buying a second bird doesn’t really help in either of these situations and can actually make it worse.

Click here to read more about loud vocalizing in birds

Tips for a quieter bird

First, you want to identify why your bird is being so loud. Birds communicate a lot non-verbally too with body language, and there are cues you can learn to pick up on that demonstrate why the screaming is happening.

Second, you want to learn the tips that actually help quiet your bird down. The old school technique of throwing a blanket over a cage doesn’t do a whole lot to comfort or quiet your bird. Training your bird is one technique that always works, and there are a few easy tips you can incorporate right away.

Third, no matter why your bird is screaming certain toys and mental stimulation go a long way to helping quiet your bird. That’s because your bird is happier and more content in his cage. Look for toys he enjoys and that stimulate his natural behaviors. Food dispenser toys or creating opportunities for him to search for food helps to keep his mind busy too.

Click here to read more about training your parrot to quiet down

Parrot Screaming Secrets Revealed

The Parrot Screaming Secrets Revealed from birding professional Chet Womach is a 3 disc course that includes 2 dvds and an audio cd seminar. If you want to really know all the reasons behind your bird and his screaming, you’ll want to check this out. You’ll learn things that can help you easily modify his screaming. There is also 100% money back guarantee for 90 days so there is no risk at all to you!

Click here to learn all about Parrot Screaming Secrets Revealed

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Keeping Your Pet Bird Healthy

Wednesday, March 11th, 2015

Dear Parrot Lover,

Just as with human beings, parrots rely on their livers to help detoxify their bodies by breaking down harmful fat. But when their livers become unhealthy, they develop a condition known as Hepatic Lipidosis – otherwise referred to as Fatty Liver Disease.

Fatty Liver Disease occurs when the normal cells of a parrot’s liver begin to fill up with fat. These healthy cells slowly start to be become abnormal and discontinue their ability to perform at their optimal level. Over time, these once healthy liver cells are destroyed. Once these liver cells die off, scar tissue will replace them.

There are quite a few causes of Fatty Liver Disease in Parrots. But the most common cause is obesity due to a diet that is mostly seed based. This is because seed-only diets have a rather high fat content, whilst simultaneously being low in important nutrients such as methionine, choline, and biotin. The more seeds a parrot eats, the less active he will become, and the higher his chances are of having a fatty liver. Eating too much can also wreak havoc on a parrot’s liver.

Other causes of Fatty Liver Disease include long-term exposure to certain types of toxins. These include mycotoxins that are found in some seeds, including peanuts in shells, plant toxins, aflatoxins, and chemical toxins such as those found in common household cleaners, deodorizers, pesticides, aerosols, and insecticides.

Diabetes Mellitus and Thyroid Dysfunction, as well as other types of metabolic disorders, can also lead to Fatty Liver Disease in parrots.

Obviously, one of the most common signs of Fatty Liver Disease in a parrot is obesity. Parrots that are truly overweight will actually have fatty or lumpy deposits that you can feel on their chest and abdomen.

Physical symptoms also include a beak that grows abnormally rapid; and black areas that are found on their toenails and beaks. These black areas are actually tiny hemorrhages, or bruises. Also, a parrot’s primary feathers may change to a different colored hue.

A physical examination by a board certified Avian Vet will also determine whether the bird has an enlarged fatty liver; although sometimes this can be visible seen as a distended abdomen, with the liver discernable right below the parrot’s keel.

The parrot may also have breathing difficulties as the liver begins to take up more room. Yellowish diarrhea is also a sign of Fatty Liver Disease.

The best prevention, and cure, is to change your parrot’s diet to one that is more organic, wholesome, and complete. A perfect parrot diet is one that is low in fat, rich in fiber, and that has reduced protein content. It is important to feed organic, as it is best not to overload the
liver with any pesticides used on food that is conventionally grown.

Finally, make sure that a parrot with Fatty Liver Disease gets plenty of quiet sleep as this will help restore their liver.

The staple diet should consist mainly of fruits and vegetables with a good quality dry food mix (that doesn’t contain any chemicals, artificial flavors or colors). Foods to focus on are those that will help the liver detoxify.

Foods and nutrients that aid in the detoxification process include: Magnesium, Vitamin C, foods rich in Vitamin B2, B5, B6, B12, walnuts, cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, asparagus, citrus peel, egg yolks, garlic, red peppers, dark green leafy vegetables, animal protein, whole unprocessed grains, some legumes, and turmeric.

Fiber is important for cleansing the intestines of toxins. Encouraging the consumption of fresh fruits and unlimited amounts of fresh vegetables adds fiber and nutrients.

Sprouted seeds are an excellent option. Sprouted seeds are lower in fat, as the process of sprouting utilizes the fat stored in the seed to start the growing process - thus reducing the fat stored in the seeds. Also, the texture is more vegetable-like, which may encourage a bird to begin eating veggies. Sprouted or germinated seeds are usually more easily accepted by “seed addicts” than fresh fruits and vegetables.

Do not feed peanuts or food items that could contain mycotoxins, which could further damage the liver.

Keeping Your Pet Bird Healthy

Taking care of a bird can be tricky

Click here to read what you should be feeding
your bird for optimal health

Birds aren’t like cats and dogs. There isn’t a vet on every street corner, and the information written about them is more limited. It’s hard to know exactly how to care for a bird or how to keep him healthy.

Stress is one of the most important parts of the bird health equation, but it’s often easily overlooked. If a bird is under constant stress he will be more susceptible to disease, parasites, behavioral issues, and potentially a shortened lifespan.

Understanding what stress looks like in your bird can help you quickly change the situation to help your bird. Loss of appetite, changes in behavior including fear or aggression, as well as destructive behavior can all be symptoms of stress.

Click here to learn more stress in birds and how it affects their health

Understanding disease

Even trickier than understanding stress in birds is knowing some of the more common and potentially life-threatening health problems that occur in birds. For example, do you know what Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease (PBFD) is? It’s a highly contagious virus that doesn’t have a current treatment or cure. Knowing the signs of the disease, and many others, is essential to preventing disease in your bird and others around it.

There are many other common health problems that every bird owner needs to be informed about, but how can you know it all?

Click here to read more about health problems in parrots

Professional know-how for your bird’s health

Dr. Joel Murphy is a bird professional and avian veterinarian with 21 years of clinical experience with The Animal & Bird Medical Center of Palm Harbor. He knows how frustrating it can be for a parrot owner to have all the information one needs. His experience with birds and their owners has helped him to create a reference guide for good health care.

How to Care for Your Pet Bird has 22 chapters that share key information with more information than you can imagine! This is a book you’ll want to have on hand. Inside you’ll find information about:

Choosing the right bird

Pet bird nutrition

Pet bird misconceptions

Selecting a veterinarian

Bird care

Bird illness

Emergencies

Beak issues

Feather plucking

Infectious diseases, fungal problems, and viruses from minor to severe

Parasites

Baby birds

Aviary management

Click here to read more about How to Care for Your Pet Bird

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Preventing Early Deaths in Birds

Tuesday, June 24th, 2014

Dear Parrot Lover,

There are many beautiful animals throughout the world, but none are as stunning, and as intelligent as the parrot. Parrots come in a variety of sizes, colors, and species. Some have the intelligence of a two year old toddler, while others are on the same intellectual level as three to four year old child.

In fact, they are so intelligent that they are extremely adept at hiding their true physical wellbeing. In the wild, parrots are always a member of a larger flock. In addition, in such a large group of birds, if one bird is sick or injured, the others will pick up on that and may abandon the bird. In some instances, larger prey will also notice that the bird is sick or injured and will immediately target it as food.

This natural instinct to hide their real health has carried over into domesticated parrots and birds too.

As a responsible parrot owner, it is your duty to provide your parrot with proper health care throughout its life. Start by learning to notice your parrot’s natural behavior patterns. What are his or her unique quirks?

Once you know what his or her unique characteristics are, it will be much easier for you to notice when your parrot is not feeling well, simply because he or she will not be acting like their usual self. Learn to recognize certain traits and body language that are indicative of a sick or injured parrot. These usually include a tail feather that droops or that hangs down lower than the rest of your parrot’s body when they are sitting on their perch. Or sitting with their feathers all puffed up. Other indications are a lack of appetite, a change in the color, smell, and consistency of their droppings; and in some parrots, being less vocal and talkative that normal.

For these reasons, it is vitally important that your parrot is seen by an Avian Certified Veterinarian every six months to a year. An Avian Certified Veterinarian is the only veterinarian that is educated to conduct what is known as a Well Bird Exam.

Similar to a dog or cat checkup, a Well Bird Exam will test your parrot’s fecal matter and blood for signs of any parasites or infections. They will be weighed on a special scale designed especially for parrots. The Avian Certified Veterinarian may suggest that your parrot receive a vaccination against the Polyomavirus – a type of cold that only parrots can contract.

In any event, it is always a good idea to create a rapport with your veterinarian so that both you and your parrot will become familiar with the vet.

Taking Care of Your Parrot

Learn How to Care for Your Pet Bird

Did you know that every parrot or bird we see in someone’s home or in a store is, at best, only a few generations removed from the wild? That means knowing what the wild tendencies in any bird are and how to properly care for it in your home is vital for his health.

Parrots can live up to 60 years or more if their needs are fully met, but many birds unfortunately die much younger than that due to incomplete or poor diets or illness.  These are preventable things!

Learn How to Care for Your Pet Bird

Fulfilling Your Parrot’s Needs

Every parrot has certain needs that you want to meet to keep him happy and healthy:

Parrots are very intelligent, and wild parrots use their intelligence to roam, explore, and learn.  It’s estimated that the common parrot may have an intelligence similar to a 3-5 year old child! This means you need to allot a few hours each day to having your bird with you outside of the cage and provide mentally stimulating toys and activities for him the remainder of the day.

His diet needs to be diverse and complete with fresh fruit, veggies, bird food pellets, and different nuts and seeds.  Simple bird seed is not enough to keep him healthy.  Poor nutrition can cause a non-thrifty bird.

The cage environment can be a breeding ground for disease and parasites.  Birds are messy, and it requires daily cleaning to properly maintain.  A poorly placed cage that isn’t clean is a disaster waiting to happen for a bird.

These are the three basic needs that every pet parrot must have: mental and physical stimulation each day, a complete diet, and a clean living environment.

Read more on How to Take Care of Your Parrot

Raising Polly!

It can be so challenging to have all the information you readily need at your fingertips.  You want to know the ins and outs of parrot ownership as well as all the tricks of the trade to keep him healthy and happy.  How to narrow down all the information you run across on the internet and boil it down to the information you need?

Raising Polly: How to Raise a Healthy, Happy, Well Adjusted Bird is one of those books that you can hang onto, ready through, and reference from time to time.  The Raising Polly system was developed by a bird owner and breeder with over two decades of experience.  It’s guaranteed to work!

In addition to the Raising Polly e-book, you’ll receive audio files and a bonus book on training your bird, Training Your Parrot…all risk free to you!

Click here to read more on How to Take Care of Your Parrot

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

Dear Parrot Lover,

The Secrets to Your Parrot

Unlock Your Bird

Click here to see how easy it really is to have a
happy, healthy and obedient parrot

If you’ve lived with a parrot for any length of time, then you’ve likely encountered a few issues along the way. Does your bird bite, scream, and act aggressively?

The only way to unlock your bird is to understand your bird. Many of the commonly identified “problem” behaviors in birds are instinctual in nature. Remember, while they may be a pet, they are still a wild animal, and these behaviors are rooted in the wild behavior.

For example, one of the most common behavior problems in pet birds is the screaming. In the wild, this loud calling or screeching is often used to call out to other birds when they are separated from one another. Your bird may screech for you loudly to bring you back to him.

Instinctual behaviors are very difficult to eliminate, but you can condition your bird to behave differently or to control his urges through training.

Click here to learn all about Parrot Secrets

Controlling Your Bird

In order to help condition your bird to control his behavior, you have to work with him to show him what to do. You cannot ever do this through force or punishment, as you won’t be successful using these methods. Everything must be based in building a relationship with your bird and has to be positive.

There are 3 simple steps to success with your bird:

1. Arming yourself with as much bird knowledge as you can.

2. Using this knowledge to identify and to better understand your bird’s
behavior. This way you can correct it.

3. Make sure to prevent the behavior from returning.

Parrot Secrets is one way to help arm yourself with the necessary knowledge and skills.

Click here to learn all about Parrot Secrets

The Parrot Secrets System

It might feel like you’re going it alone when training your bird, but you don’t have to be feeling it in the dark. Instead, the Parrot Secrets system guides you through the process by providing you with the information you need to be successful.

Click here to read more about the Bird Tricks training program

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Parrot Training 101

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2011

Dear Parrot Lover,

Is your parrot one of those birds who just loves to peck at everything that his beak can reach? Do those pecks sometimes result in broken skin and bleeding fingertips?

Before giving up on your parrot entirely, you should first consider ‘No Bite’ parrot training.

Even if your parrot has bitten you several times before, do not lose faith! As soon as you, you will unknowingly start to distrust your parrot and spend less and less time with him or her. Your parrot, on the other hand, will immediately notice your distrust and mistake it as fear and will want to defend themselves from you more often. This is a terrible cycle to be in and it is therefore quite important that you do not allow things to escalate to this point.

The first step to take in training your parrot not to bite is to understand your parrot’s specific body language. There are certain clues that you can look out for to avoid being bitten ever again by your parrot. Such clues include, pinning or narrowing of the pupils, and fluffing out of their feathers. This shows excitability and if not controlled may lead to a nip or two.

If your parrot does not attempt to bite you, immediately repeat the words ‘No Bite’ in a firm voice. Do not shout the words nor scream the words to your parrot. This will only make him or her more fearful of you and more prone to bite. Say the words in a calm but firm voice. Your parrot will soon learn to associate his actions with those words.

If your parrot succeeds in biting your finger, you should gently push with your finger into your parrots mouth. This gentle backwards gesture will cause your parrot to lose their balance and they will let go of your finger. Never try to pull your finger out of your parrot’s beak as they will only clamp down harder and it will result in you losing a lot of skin and blood.

You will also need to understand that there are a few reasons why parrots bite. The most common reasons being fear and frustration. Other reasons include your parrot reaching their adolescent years, feather molting, protecting their cage or toys or favorite person and even jealousy of another person or family member.

Learning to recognize the clue’s that your parrot exhibits before a bite, coupled with the firm words ‘No Bite’, can go a long way in training your parrot not to bite every again.

Parrot Training 101

Is Your Parrot a Naughty Bird?

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groundbreaking training videos.

I’ve known a few parrots that exhibited some naughty behavior that you probably wouldn’t like to see.

A beautiful large parrot lives in a nearby nature center with visitors. It is well known that he has bitten every single animal caretaker once. They view it as an initiation to working there, and he enjoys tricking them! Additionally, he screams loudly!!! for attention or to startle young visitors when they are near.

A lovely African Grey was very attached to her male owner. When he was absent from her, no one else, including his wife!!!, could care for her. She was not friendly whatsoever to the wife.

Click Here To Learn about more naughty behaviors that some birds do

Do You Want to Learn How to Train Your Parrot?

The good news is that your bird doesn’t have to be just a naughty bird with bad behaviors. He doesn’t have to scream at you or bite you. He doesn’t have to throw seeds, poop everywhere, and yank out feathers. There are better ways!

Any parrot can be trained into better behavior, and you don’t have to do anything mean or bad in return to him. Instead, learning to train your parrot is all about you knowing the best way to interact with him.

Click here to watch videos about bird training

Teach Fun Stuff too!

It’s not just about undoing bad behaviors either. You can also teach your parrot a lot of neat and fun stuff to impress your friends and family with. Teach him how to wave, pick objects up and move them, or develop a large vocabulary. Additionally, all these fun tricks are ways to increase a healthy relationship between your and your bird!

Want to learn more about training for your breed of bird?

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Your Parrot’s Best Christmas Yet!

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Dear Parrot Lover,

Wish your parrot a very Merry Christmas  This Year!

“16 Days”

“That’s all it takes to Create a Loving Bond With Your Parrot That will Last a Lifetime!”

Want to Know the Secret?

Are you tired of battling with your parrot? Tired of the biting, the squawking, the unruly behavior?

STOP! Before you decide to give your precious pet up, give him the gift of love this Christmas - the I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Gift Pack .

This multi-media package contains absolutely everything you need to train your bird to be a loving, friendly companion - in 16 days. Guaranteed.

But this astoundingly diverse package is more - much more - than just a “teach your bird manners” manual. It’s also an essential guide to your parrot’s health and well being.

Inside this one-of-a-kind instruction kit, you’ll discover all of these amazing revelations:

The single best way to “inspire” your parrot to talk more!

3 of the easiest words for your parrot to learn. Teach him these first!

2 special ready-to-talk signs to know exactly when to teach your bird to talk

10 TOP SECRET Parrot trainer tips to teach your parrot to talk in 16 days - or less!

But that’s not all! Very often poor parrot behavior is a sign of a serious health problem. That’s why I’ve included a book that tackles many of the tough health problems other books merely gloss over like:

9 of the major diseases that can affect your bird … and the crucial symptoms to watch for before they become serious.

12 of the most common injuries that may both your parrot - and how to protect him from them!

5 critical longevity tips. Put these into affect and you are practically assuring your bird of a long and healthy life.

1 of the most important power-health tips for any parrot. This one essential health food item that MUST be in your bird’s diet!

The alternative medicine option for parrots! Yes, it really works. Find out which therapies can help your parrot not only get well, but stay healthy and happy!

As you can clearly see, this is no ordinary parrot offer. I’m proud to be offering to you today - and am excited that I can bring it to you in time for the crucial holiday gift-giving season.

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Look at everything you receive when you order this wonderful package I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Gift Pack: Four eBooks jam-packed with invaluable parrot care . . . instruction. . . and advice:

1) How to Choose Your Parrot Wisely: Tips and Warnings

2) How to Get Your Parrot to Talk and do Astonishing Tricks

3) Living With Parrots

4) A Happy Parrot Diet: Important Tips and Warnings

Two Amazingly Revealing DVDs:

1) How to Easily Tame and Train A Parrot and Turn It Into a Playful Pet

2) 3 Ways To A Happy Parrot: Proper Diet, Radiant Health and Good Rearing

But that’s not all you receive with this package. When you order, you’ll also get two additional eBooks and an audio CD - as my way of saying thank you!

When you order the I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Gift Pack, you’ll also get these two eBooks absolutely free covering every aspect of parrot training and behavior imaginable:

1) Parrot Health and Diet charts

2) How to Get My Parrot to Love Me

But that’s not all, I’m also going to include this outstanding Audio CD called:

Know Your Parrot Inside Out To Build Up That Trust and Love in Your Relationship.

That’s 6 eBooks, 2 DVDs and 1 audio CD - and all in time for Christmas.

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Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Breaking News For Your Parrot This X-mas!

Wednesday, December 2nd, 2009

Dear Dog Lover,

I must share this with you before the excitement kills me! I hope you remember the announcement in my last mail about my upcoming Grand launch of the I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Package that I’ll be giving away.

Here is another important announcement awaiting you!

Between all this hectic schedules and deadlines, one thing I have managed to do. I have somehow been able to finalize on the Grand Launch date.

So here it comes:

Tuesday, December 8, 2009 7:00 am

Come December 8 and you will find out all about this Special Gift.

Pick up that red Marker and put a Red Circle around the date on your calendar. Come what may, you just can’t afford to miss the gala event on December 8.

Oops! I don’t want to bring everything out of the bag so soon. Time for me to zip up my lips no matter how difficult it is.

Stay tuned for more information on the Christmas Mega Blow Out Sale and keep checking your Inbox regularly!

Don’t forget to enlist yourself at our Priority Notification Service to be better informed to stay ahead of others.

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I’ve already devised and designed the perfect Christmas Gift Pack for you and your parrot. I’ll let you know about it very soon.

Only 35 copies and 3 days of sale, whichever happens earlier. If you want to grab the CHANCE to own I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Package, then do sign up for this Priority Notification Service.

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When I uncover my special Christmas present, I will make sure you celebrate the Christmas Season with your pet Parrot in a completely new way. Prepare yourself for an Extra Special Christmas this year!

I’ll be back soon with more exciting news on my forthcoming grand event of the year.

Warm wishes

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Plan A Mind-Blowing Christmas For Your Parrot

Friday, November 27th, 2009

Dear Parrot Lover,

Christmas is just round the corner (almost knocking at your door) and I know by now you must be dressing up once again to celebrate another Grand Season of joy and merrymaking.

I too have been nurturing my own plans to celebrate this Christmas in a special way.

Special way? Oh yes. You see, I’ve been long toying with the idea of doing something special this Christmas, something extraordinary and singular – something really special for our feathered friends.

And finally, after days of thinking hard about it, I’ve hit the jackpot!

I’ve come up with the perfect idea to make this Christmas extra-special for you and your Pet Bird.

Presenting I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Special Mega Gift Package – that too at an unbelievably & astonishingly low low price.

It is a perfect Christmas gift for your feathered friend - The I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Package, the best of all Parrot training and behavior information, neatly packed into one real value combo-pack.

Even Santa Claus will be surprised himself with the amount of goodies overflowing this package.

For the time being I have decided to include the following products. But hey, it’s Christmas we are talking about. Therefore, on a whim I can add a few more as well.

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The I-Love-My-Parrot Christmas Package is full of absolutely fabulous contents - Four e-books and Two DVDs packed into one complete package.

1. Ultimate Parrot Secrets Revealed

This includes four ebooks covering essential Parrot knowledge such as how to choose the perfect parrot for you, how to inspire your parrot to talk meaningful words, how to train your parrot to do amazing tricks, parrot diet, parrot disease and how to protect your parrot from them and also some crucial training warnings- simply a must-have for your parrot.

2. Owner’s Guide To A Happy And Playful Parrot

A successful professional audio/video training guide for all Parrot owners containing two breakthrough DVDs:

DVD 1: “How To Easily Tame And Train A Parrot And Turn It Into A Playful Pet”

This DVD is a complete guide on training and taming your parrot. Besides that, it covers topics like how to create a loving bond with your parrot, how to feed your baby paarot, bird hygiene etc.

DVD 2: “Three Ways To A Happy Parrot - Proper Diet, Radiant Health And Good Rearing”

This DVD deals with common Parrots’ Health issues sand some real-life problems faced by most of the parrot owners. This DVD will surely help you solve your parrots’ behavior problems like biting, screaming and feather plucking.

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As I said before, I am repeating it yet again…

I might add more goodies…on a whim! So keep checking your Inbox!

I need to sign off now, since I have so much to do and so little time is left.

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I’ll be back soon with more exciting news on my forthcoming grand event of the year.

Warm wishes

Regards,
Nathalie Roberts