Dear Parrot Lover,
No More Being Bitten!
Stop the Violence
There is nothing like having a parrot bite you. Those of you who have experienced this know exactly what I mean. Parrots have beaks designed for breaking and cracking things open, but unfortunately, when they use their beaks against you, this can easily mean pierced skin, bleeding, and even broken fingers.
Have you ever tried to pry a bird’s beak off of you? Have you had to wear heavy duty gloves just to work with your bird? Or, are you afraid of your bird at this very moment? Perhaps you’ve even considered placing your bird in another home, but who would take a biting monster?
Transform Your Bird
There are many reasons that a parrot will bite, but we often don’t take time to think of those reasons when we’re the target of an angry bird. Biting can be a conditioned behavior where a bird learns to respond this way in order to make sure you go away! After all, not many people will continue to pester a bird threatening a good bite. This is learned aggression. It may stem from a desire to be left alone, fear, insecurity, among other reasons.
Any type of biting that is learned can be unlearned. It takes time, patience, and little know how. Searching the internet will bring you ideas of what you might be able to do, but how do you know you can trust everything you read? After all, anyone can post on-line. You want to make sure you can learn to transform your bird easily, but also in the best way for your bird.
There are individuals that are not only bird experts but who are also a professional shoulder to lean on. They understand the dilemma and frustration associated with a bird that bites. They have learned a lot of secrets along the way to share with you! Chet and Dave Womach are able to share their years of experience with birds in order to not only help you better understand your bird and what he is doing but to also transform him into a better and easier to live with bird.
End Aggression and Start Anew
What you will discover along the way is that once you start working on ending the biting, you will develop a different relationship with your bird overall. That means you’ll be able to actually interact with him, teach him tricks, and really spend time with him as a companion animal.
Chet and Dave offer free videos to watch and learn from. These videos and the information included can help put you onto a new path with your bird, one that you might have thought was impossible!