Archive for December, 2010

Sometimes you need a parrot master

Tuesday, December 28th, 2010

Dear Parrot Lover,

Training your parrot can be both fun and tedious. Here are a few of the best tips and tricks to make training your parrot enjoyable and easy.

Keep in mind that how you interact with your parrot will leave your parrot with a lasting impression.

Remain calm at all times and speak to your parrot in a soft gentle voice. This will help keep your parrot calm and attentive.

Keep calm even when you are reprimanding your parrot and never scream at him. Whenever you raise your voice, your parrot will think that you are playing a game and so will raise their voice and scream back at you so as to continue the game.

Under no circumstances should you throw things at you parrot’s cage or hit him on the beak, head or back. All parrots are extremely fragile and can become injured very quickly. Abusing a pet bird physically can lead to psychological problems in the long run.

Never punish your parrot by withholding his food or water. This is considered abuse and may lead to serious physical and emotional damage to your parrot. Risking the health and wellbeing of your parrot is never the right way to deal with any type of behavior problem.

Regardless of your frustration, or how naughty you think your parrot is, do not hold a grudge against him. Parrots are quite sensitive and will immediately know that you are displeased with them just by looking at your facial expression and body language. Once you ascertain that your parrot understands that he has done something wrong, revert back to being calm and enthusiastic, otherwise you risk causing your parrot undue emotional stress.

One of the very first commands that you should teach your parrot is to ‘step up’. Place your index finger gently against his breast and pushing back slightly with your finger say ‘step up’. This will force your parrot to take a step forward in order to regain his balance. He will then step forward onto your finger.

Always be as enthusiastic as possible when praising your parrot. This will make your parrot happy to see you happy and will encourage them to continue learning.

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Why your parrot wants to hear from you

Monday, December 13th, 2010

Dear Parrot Lover,

All parrot owners are very well aware of how intelligent their parrot is. However, not every parrot owner knows how to help their parrot master their intelligence, especially when it comes to teaching their parrot to talk.

With a bit of patience and the right kind of knowledge, you can easily teach your parrot to pick up new words quickly and to use those words at the right time so as to actually have a conversation with your parrot!

Remember that it is not only the larger parrots, such as Macaws and African Grays, which have the ability to learn to talk. Every parrot can be taught to talk just as long as they receive the right kind of training and encouragement from their owners.

Before you go forward with teaching your parrot to talk, you should first do your research and learn the right techniques. There is a lot of misguided information out there so be sure to find a source that you can trust.

When you start teaching your parrot to talk it is always best to start out slowly with plenty of enthusiasm and use simple words. This makes talking very exciting to your parrot and he or she will want to learn to speak those words that sound so good.

However, try to avoid repeating words over and over again; instead chose words that best describe your current action to your parrot, such as ‘good-night’ when you cover his cage before bed at night. This will help your parrot to make a physical association with the words that you are teaching him. Saying ‘good-night’ as you cover his cage, will teach your parrot that ‘good-night’ means it is time to go to sleep.

Here’s a great tip: Since parrots can live for many years, teach your parrot words that you will be happy to hear for years to come. Avoid slang or swear words – they may be fun to hear coming from your parrot now, but in a few years those words will no longer be appropriate.

Keep your parrot as mentally stimulated as possible. This will make teaching your parrot to talk so much easier for both of you. Place their cage in the family room so that he can watch all of his flock (family) members interacting and speaking with one another. By watching and listening, your parrot will soon pick up a few words and sounds. Remember too that engaging your parrot in a conversation will also hel to satisfy their needs for socialization and mental stimulation.

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The best parrot stories and experiences come from people who have actually lived with their own pet birds. They know that each bird is unique and needs to be related to in special ways.

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Regards, Nathalie Roberts