No parrot can escape the skill of Chet Womach
Dear Parrot Lover,
If you are like most parrot owners, you secretly wish to have a loving and trusting relationship with your pet parrot. But as much as you desire that, your parrot seems to have his own wishes – that of biting you, scratching you, pooping on you and maybe even screaming at you.
The secret here is to simply learn a few very important training tips and tricks to help you turn your mean pet parrot into a loving pet parrot.
Obviously the most important thing to keep in mind is to have plenty of patience with yourself and your parrot. Never raise your voice or shout at your parrot! This will only make things worse in the long run as you would have inadvertently taught your parrot that when he is naughty he will be rewarded with a show – meaning your comedic antics and high pitched voice! It is very hard to un-teach this to a parrot.
Also remember that you should never, under any circumstances, ever hit your parrot or throw things at his cage or play stand whilst he is on or in it. All birds are extremely fragile creatures and even the tiniest about of force can cause serious injury and even bring death to your bird. Physically abusing any parrot, such as taping them on their beak or pulling their tail feathers, can cause immense psychological problems for the parrot and will eventually lead to more aggression.
If you are upset at your parrot, try to loudly voice your disapproval. Rather try to keep your parrot’s training session short, sweet and to the point.
During a training session, try to be as comical as possible and overly pronounce words and phrases. Your parrot will be more attracted to your comedic antics and will actually learn faster because he will want to do whatever is appropriate in order to have you act that funny way again.
After every training session, no matter how well or poorly it ended, you and your parrot deserve a break from each. Be sure to gently place your parrot back inside his cage or on his play stand for at least 30 minutes before attempting another training session.
Another vital tip is to remember that just like individual people, parrots too have their own unique personalities; because of this some parrots will learn faster than other parrots of the same species. Do not take this too personally if this seems to be the case with your parrot. Just remember to be consistent with his training sessions and your parrot will eventually learn what is expected of him.
Powerful Video Demonstrations Change Parrot Behavior from Day One
A parrot expert SHOWS you how to tame even the most aggressive bird
Chet Womach clearly loves parrots, and he loves showing people how they too can turn even the most fearful and misbehaving parrot into a playful, loving companion.
He does it because he has dedicated a ton of time, money and effort to find out why birds behave the way they do and to develop incredibly effective training techniques.
You can’t learn what you need just from books
If you want to overcome your fears, and your parrot’s fears, you’ll need more than books. Chet’s system of videos, manuals and access to animal specialists guarantees that you and your parrot will learn to enjoy each other’s company and become great playmates.
It’s important to learn successful techniques, but just as important is knowing how to overcome those inevitable failures. Chet shows the training failures he has encountered and helps you build confidence for overcoming situations that will arise when you start training your own parrot.
With Chet’s techniques you can work with ANY bird to:
Stop screaming and screeching
Get your parrot to willingly go back into its cage
Build a playful, trusting bond
Train your bird to greet you
Train your bird to “step up” onto your hand
Train your bird to lay on its back in your hands