Archive for October, 2010

It’s almost parrot magic

Tuesday, October 19th, 2010

Dear Parrot Lover,

Is your parrot naughty? Does he scream and/or attempt to bite you? Do you simply wish to have a parrot that you can cuddle and love like every other parrot owner?

Well it’s not that hard to accomplish, especially if you know the tricks of the parrot training trade!

The first thing that you should do if you are trying to stop your parrot’s bad behavior is to make quite sure that their nails are clipped as well as their wills. Not only will this prevent your parrot from inadvertently scratching you, but will also help prevent your parrot from flying away.

Your parrot’s cage should ideally have a large front door, to allow easy access. This will help you to more easily remove your parrot from his cage and then place him back in it later on.

Now you can make sure you that you can take your parrot out of his cage easily and that he won’t scratch you or fly away. You can now begin a taming session to help curb your parrot’s bad behavior. Just remember to do such a taming session when it is relatively calm and quiet in house.

Another simple rule to remember is to always talk to your parrot in a very calm and relaxed manner, like you would do with a young child. Most parrots have the attention span of a toddler, as well as the intelligence level of a child aged between 2 and 5 years of age. Never shout at your parrot, but instead use your facial expressions to show your disapproval.

It is also best to move slowly around your parrot, but in case your parrot does get a fright and manages to escape from your hands and flies down to the floor, simply scoop him up with your hands cupped together.

It would be better if there was only one family member who will be training your parrot, because two or more people can make your parrot quite nervous. Choose a trainer who will be spending the most time with your parrot and who will also be the most patient and sensitive to your parrots needs and wants.

Whilst parrots can verbally communicate they prefer to show their affection in a physical manner, such as through preening. They also love to be touched and petted.

As your training sessions with your parrot continues, he will eventually be able to sit quite comfortably on your finger once he has learnt the ‘Step-Up Command’. By this time you should be able to scratch your parrot on his head. Once your parrot is more accustomed to your touch, you can then get him used to your touching him under and over his wings. This will come in handy when it is time to clip your parrot’s wings.

All of the above suggestions will help you to build up an attachment with your parrot, which will in turn, help you in ridding your parrot of any bad behavior.

The methods for teaching parrots are the same as those used for young children. They learn to talk by listening to their parents/parrot owners and by looking at their face.

The Wizard of Parrots

Click here to discover amazing, groundbreaking training videos.

We can’t say “Chet Womach” without smiling! If you’ve seen his parrot training videos, you know what we mean. If you haven’t, you’re in for a treat.

Chet has owned parrots since he was 10 years old and has a very deep love for these colorful creatures. With amazing energy and patience he has learned to overcome the most annoying, challenging (“I want to kill that bird”) habits and behaviors. Fortunately for other parrot owners, Chet has developed an incredibly powerful and effective Taming, Training and Tricks System that will help you become master of your parrot – no matter how challenging he or she is.

Click here to meet the Wizard of Parrots

World Famous Magician David Copperfield Uses These Techniques

Chet is not shy. He goes to amazing lengths to discover the most effective ways to work with birds to get training results fast. And that door swings both ways: Chet is known for his training abilities and has influenced people like magician David Copperfield.

The trick is (no pun intended) that Chet has taken the time to make video recordings of him in real life situations with untrained birds (many training videos actually show pre-trained birds in “demonstrations” of training techniques). You’ll be amazed when you see Chet failing, and what he does to turn the failure into a better training technique.

Chet’s refined and proven parrot training system gets results during the first training session and produces bad behavior changes in as little as 48 hours. But don’t take our word for it:

Click here and be prepared for an amazing experience

Nathalie Roberts

You could be screwing up your parrot

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Dear Parrot Lover,

Why Parrots Want Their Owners To Know the Secrets

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

Parrots want what their owners want: A loving, caring, interactive relationship that is healthy and fun. But parrots can’t make this happen on their own! In fact, it makes them sad when their owners keep doing things that make it very difficult for them to be the “partner” they know their owners want.

Many parrot owners think they are doing the right things when they are actually making it difficult to build the cooperation and behavior they want-like yelling back when their parrot screeches or overreacting when they are bitten.

So after doing the things they think make sense, and their parrot continues to be “bad” or uncooperative, many people resort to punishment (or getting rid of the bird). This is really the result of frustration-an “I don’t know what else to do” position-but it doesn’t have to be that way.

Click here to learn the secrets your parrot wants you to know

A secret of “Parrot Secrets” is there’s no punishment … and you can get results fast

With no punishment involved, you will rapidly earn your parrot’s respect and cooperation, and if you use the information that comes in the four ebooks of the Parrot Secrets™ set for just 15 to 30 minutes a day, you will have a different parrot in 15 days or less.

You will learn 3 simple steps for solving ALL of your existing and future parrot challenges:

1. Gain in-depth knowledge of your parrot (your family and friends will think you can read your parrot’s mind).

2. Through the intuitive “parrot mind read,” you will correct “misunderstandings” that contributed to bad behavior in the first place. Once there is understanding between you and your parrot, your parrot will be eager to talk, do tricks and spend time in your company.

3. With knowledge, understanding and a strong connection with your parrot, you will quickly detect warning signs of emerging difficult behaviors or health problems, and you will know exactly what to do about them.

Click here to begin a new relationship with your parrot

A sneak preview of the Secrets

The following summary is just the tip of the iceberg!

Book One: Get your parrot talking and doing tricks

Breaking the silence of a “mute” bird

A powerful “old” technique that will have your parrot talking in days, or even hours

Three words to teach your parrot first that will accelerate learning to talk

Learn real communication (like, “I want a grape”), not just bird talk

Book Two: Getting your parrot to love you

The amazing thing about Parrot Secrets™ is that all the techniques build trust and love in your parrot.

Stop your parrots’ screaming: Watch how much light your parrot gets (too much light can cause screaming)

Stop the biting: Find out what caused the biting in the first place so you can permanently correct the behavior

Book Three: A happy parrot diet

Eleven psychological tricks to get your parrot to try new, nutrient-rich foods

The most common bird nourishment problem

Nine diet switching tips and parrot digestion secrets

Book Four: How to wisely choose your first parrot

The #1 Buyers Rule and the #1 Catastrophic Buyer’s Mistake

Five types of sellers and how to choose the right seller

Critical research tips

Get the Secrets-your parrot will love you for it.

Click here to become the parrot expert you want to be

Nathalie Roberts