Archive for May, 2016

Training Made Easy

Monday, May 16th, 2016

Dear Parrot Lover,

If you are one of the unlucky ones and have a parrot that displays any undesirable behaviors or any bad habits, take heart. You are not alone. Most parrot owners, at one point or another, have had to deal with unruly parrots. The trick is learning just a few simple techniques to train your bird to listen
to you before those bad habits get out of control.

Here are a few Simple Parrot Training Tips:

Training Tips:

Create a training schedule for your parrot that involves at least 30 minutes
every day of uninterrupted time.

Always be in a calm state of mind before you interact with your parrot. If you have had a bad day, your parrot will pick up on those vibes pretty quickly and you will not be able to regain his focus.

Take notice of your parrot’s body language as this will help you quickly identify when your parrot is upset or sick. Knowing what normal body language looks like for your parrot will help you avoid a potential bite. Parrots communicate
via their body language, and if they are stressed out, they won’t learn anything. You can try calming down your parrot by offering him a favorite food snack.

Always use positive reinforcement when training your parrot. As soon as your parrot does obey your command or does something, you should immediately give him a treat or other type of reward, such as genuine praise. But if your parrot is misbehaving, it is best to simply ignore his antics. Your parrot desperately wants your undivided attention, and so he will quickly learn that certain behaviors grant your attention, whilst others do not - he’ll soon learn the difference.

If your parrot is being too unruly and misbehaving, it is better to just ignore
him. Never punish him. Parrots want to be your sole focus, and if you ignore him when he is being bad, he’ll quickly learn that he has to be good if he wants your undivided attention.

Keep in mind that it may take many training sessions before your parrot will understand exactly what it is that you are wanting him to do. So always be patient with your parrot. They are doing the best they can.

When the training is over for the day, let your parrot return to his cage for some well-deserved play.

Training Made Easy

What is the Best Way to Train Your Bird

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If there is one thing that everyone can agree on, it would be that no one can agree! That is true of just about everything in life but particularly when it comes to training animals. The problem for the average bird owner is that you’re left with trying to muddle your way through it all and figure out what works best for your bird.

You may be successful and you may not be successful. That’s why I want to share with you an easy training system that works with your bird to both teach new behaviors but to also correct bad behaviors.

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Learn from Experience

Just about the best way to learn the right way to do something is to do the research and then go with the pros. There is always someone that has come before you, had triumphs but has also made mistakes, and then has honed in a really good way of doing something.

Luckily, there is a pro in the bird training field that has done this for you. His methods stand up to trial and error and are even used by world renowned magician David Copperfield with his own personal birds.

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What Training Can Do

Not only can you use training to teach your bird neat tricks (like waving his foot, putting a ring on a peg, etc.), you can also use training to bond with your bird. Plus, training helps ward off boredom in your bird and behavioral issues like screaming and feather plucking. You can create a much happier and nicer bird with no magic involved!

With this training system, you’ll have instant access to training videos that will show you step-by-step how to work with your bird. Let a pro show you the way!

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Regards,
Nathalie Roberts