Archive for June, 2010

Have you failed in training your parrot?

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Dear Parrot Lover,

Unfortunately for some parrot owners, having a Parrot who bites is a way of life for them. They are constantly on guard and fearful that their Parrot will snap and lunge at them whenever he or she feels like it. This makes them nervous around their Parrot – which their Parrot will pick up on and will, in turn, be nervous around their owners. Nervous parrots bite….and so the cycle begins.

However, it doesn’t have to be this way at all!

The hardest step in training your parrot to not bite is to overcome your own fear of your parrot. Once an owner has been bitten by their parrot, it can be quite hard for them to trust their parrot to not bite them the next time they approach their parrot. Try to remain calm and confident whenever you are interacting with your parrot. Keep in mind that if you are nervous around your parrot, he or she will sense that and will be nervous as well; and a nervous or scared parrot can become aggressive very quickly and may bite purely out of protection, whether or not you meant any harm.

The next step in training your parrot to not bite is to understand your parrot’s behavior so that you can avoid ever being bitten again. Parrots are very intelligent creatures and as such, have their own unique way of communicating with their owners; as well as having an innate ability to understand complex things better than any other companion animal.

Your parrot will mostly like exhibit a behavior that will tell you he or she is upset and may be getting ready to bite. Once you have learned which behaviors these are, not only will you be able to prevent your parrot from biting, but you will also be able to identify the triggers that lead up to a bite.

A good example of this type of warning behavior is your parrot fluffing out his or her feathers and/or pinning their eyes.

It is important to heed these warning signs. If you do not and do get bitten, you will most probably flinch and scream from the shock and pain of being bitten. Now, because all parrots love a bit of drama, your parrot will love the reaction that you gave when you were bitten. Unfortunately, this means that be flinching and screaming you have now taught your parrot that if he or she bites you, they will receive a show and that they will be rewarded for the bite with your comedic antics and loud screams.

Remember that whenever your parrot does bite you, gently reprimand them with a stern ‘No Bite!”.

Bring a Parrot Training Expert into Your Home

Many of you have met Chet Womach through our earlier newsletters, and if you’ve checked out his website, you know he’s unbeatable when it comes to giving parrot owners everything they need to train their birds.

If you don’t know Chet, now is the time to meet him.

Click here to see Chet’s live training demonstrations

First Day Results

With Chet, you don’t get books or entertainment-oriented videotapes. You don’t get actors working with “untrained” birds that have actually been trained. You get to crawl inside the head of a true “Bird Whisperer” so you finally get to understand bird behavior yourself.

Anyone can easily tame and train even a wild, biting, out of control “juvenile delinquent” into a trick-trained, hand-tamed and fully trusting “family member” on the first day. It’s true. You get to see step-by-step demonstrations with untrained birds so that you can easily repeat them and get the same results.

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Learn While Sitting on Your Couch

With Chet, you don’t get books or entertainment-oriented videotapes. You get fun-to-watch videos and simple-to-read instruction manuals that cover all aspects of training, from breaking bad habits to creating the ideal, fun-loving companion.

In less than 19 minutes a day, in as little as 2 weeks, even complete novices get fabulous results. Using Chet’s “Tame and Train” techniques, your bird will:

Climb onto your hand without biting or fearing you

Shake its head “No” in response to a simple signal from you

Nod “Yes” on command

Play fetch and bring objects to you

Lie on its back in your hands, or on a table, like a sleeping baby

Give you an enthusiastic one-legged wave whenever you enter a room or give a hidden signal

Click here to start learning from a true “Bird Whisperer”

Nathalie Roberts

How to steal parrot secrets

Tuesday, June 8th, 2010

Are You Training Your Parrot Every Day – To do the Wrong Things?

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Dear Parrot Lover,

Most likely you are, if you don’t understand even a few basic principles about what drives your parrot’s behavior.

If you yell at your parrot to “SHUT UP” when it screams, over react and shout “OOOH”, “AAAH” or “OUCH” whenever it bites, lift your parrot above your chest, or put its cage and feeding bowl in the wrong place, chances are you will never get past the behavior that drives you nuts and keeps your bird from learning.

Click here to see the mistakes you are probably making

Just 15 to 30 minutes a day is enough

The irony is that you can change your life with your parrot in as little as 15 days just by discovering what you are doing wrong! Then you can move on to building the relationship with your parrot that you really want – 15 minutes a day.

Once you learn three basic steps from Nathalie Robert’s Parrot Secrets™ digital book, you can put an end to those blood-drawing bites, those ear-shattering screeches, that stubborn resistance to talking, and start enjoying cooperation. Give your bird the joy of being properly trained and cared for, and get the joy of a well behaved and entertaining parrot in return:

You will gain such in-depth knowledge about parrots that your family and friends will think you can read your parrot’s mind.

Use the “Parrot Mind Read” technique to correct any existing misunderstandings that created bad bird behavior in the first place.

Quickly identify tell-tale warning signs to effectively prevent bad behavior and ill-health from ever surfacing.

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The goal is to make you and your parrot happy and healthy

Parrot Secrets™ gives you the knowledge and training techniques that will allow you to achieve this goal in flying colors!

A happy, understood, properly fed and healthy parrot will provide nothing short of deep joy, hilarious fun, and affectionate love in your home. Teach your parrot to talk, sing, play, snuggle and to do astonishing tricks with ease! Your happy Parrot will most likely even surprise you on his or her own!

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Here’s what you get with Parrot Secrets™

Four e-Books that give you the essential parrot knowledge you need. Here are some glimpses of content:

BOOK ONE: How to Get Your Parrot To Talk And Do Astonishing Tricks

Inspire your parrot to talk more

What to teach your parrot to say first

One factor that might be preventing your bird from talking

Use audio tapes and CDs you already own as a teaching tool

Amaze your friends when your parrot communicates, not just talk

Two special indicators of readiness to learn to talk

Best time of day (if the time is wrong, your parrot might never speak)

The appropriate amount of training time

Avoid creating a mean parrot

BOOK TWO: “How to Get My Parrot to Love Me”

The author’s personal favorite solution for behavioral problems that your parrot will LOVE

The amount of light your parrot gets affects screeching

Case study of parrot that screamed up to 45 minutes at a time-and stopped completely

The most common mistakes parrot owners make when trying to stop screeching

Stop your parrot’s biting (why does he or she do it in the first place?)

Real-life story of aggressive bird that now lies on its back to be cuddled

BOOK THREE: A Happy Parrot Diet

Diet is the most common cause of parrot disease

Diet changes can turn your parrot into a glossy-looking, intelligent and bright bird

11 secret psychological tricks known only by top experts

What percent of diet seeds should comprise

Power veggies

Proper variety in diet

The 9 most important diet switching tips that MUST be kept in mind

BOOK FOUR: How to Choose your First Parrot Wisely

The #1 most important buyer’s rule

The #1 catastrophic first-time buyer’s mistake

Five types of sellers you should buy from

The 4 crucial questions to ask the seller

Click here so you don’t miss this terrific opportunity to turn your parrot into the loving friend you’ve always wanted

Nathalie Roberts