Archive for January, 2011

Put your parrot on the Internet

Tuesday, January 18th, 2011

Dear Parrot Lover,

Become a Better Parrot Owner
Through Social Networking for Pets

Click Here To Join Now & Win a $100 Petco Gift Card!!!

You undoubtedly know the benefits of social networking with other people. Now you can socialize with other pet owners through YouPet! A Global Pet Community.

YouPet! is a vibrant community of pet owners who share information, news and stories about their pets, and get in-depth information about bird types and much more.

Introducing your parrot to the world is exciting and chatting with other bird owners and bird lovers expands your awareness of the richness of the bird world.

Click here to join

In the Profiles Section you will meet birds like Spike, who is a 4-year old female Cockatiel from Australia. Spike says, “Hi! My name is Spike. My owner thought I was a boy and called me that but we found out that I am a girl! I love eating biscuits and my seed. I love my play gym but I am lazy and sleep a lot.” Spike says: “Add me as a friend, message me, add a comment or give me a treat.”

Read and comment on thousands of bird blogs posted by birds within the YouPet! community. Birds have plenty to say if given the chance, so spend some time learning what birds are thinking and the experiences they like to share.

Harley, a blue and gold Macaw, says, “Oh what a morning. Mom came home with fresh fruit and bread this morning and made me French toast and eggs for breakfast. My favorite breakfast in the world. Little toast and a little swinging then I’m tearing into my phone book, maybe I’ll see what the M’s have today. I found out mom has been hiding treats in different sections so the phone book is my best toy right now. Well besides my swing. Nothing is better than my swing.”

Click here to join Spike, Harley and hundreds of other birds

Even if you don’t own a bird, but want to know more about them, this site is perfect for you. You will find Featured Birds, like the Umbrella Cockatoo: View a photo and discover that the Umbrella Cockatoo (Cacatua alba – also known as the White Cockatoo) is a medium-sized (up to 46 cm long) cockatoo endemic to the islands of Halmahera, Bacan, Ternate, Tidore, Kasiruta and Mandiole in North Maluku, Indonesia. At first sight it appears to be a white parrot with brown or black eyes and a dark grey beak. If it is surprised, it extends a large and striking crest, which has a semicircular shape (similar to an umbrella, hence the name). Enjoy thousands of bird profiles, pictures, videos, blogs and forums.

Click here to see how big the bird world is

And then there’s Rainbow Bridge, a place for pets that have been loved and lost. When an animal that has been especially close to someone in the YouPet! community, that pet goes to Rainbow Bridge.

There are meadows and hills for all of our special friends so they can run and play together. There is plenty of food, water and sunshine, and our friends are warm and comfortable.

All the animals who had been ill and old are restored to health and vigor; those who were hurt or maimed are made whole and strong again, just as we remember them in our dreams of days and times gone by. The animals are happy and content, except for one small thing; they each miss someone very special to them, who had to be left behind.

Click Here To Take advantage of the fabulous “How To” videos that cover a wide range of topics for pet owners.

Nathalie Roberts

Change your parrot’s behavior by changing yours

Tuesday, January 11th, 2011

Dear Parrot Lover,

The First Secret of Parrot Training Is
To Stop Doing the Wrong Things

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

Before you even begin learning the secrets of parrot training, you can improve your bird’s behavior simply by stopping some of the things you are doing now, like:

Yelling SHUT UP when your parrot screams

Over-reacting and shouting OOOH, AAAH or OUCH when it bites

Giving your parrot only seeds to eat

Placing your bird’s cage near a window overlooking a garden

Putting your parrot above chest level

Having just a single perch in your parrot’s cage

Placing food and water bowls just beneath the perch

Placing a new parrot on your shoulder

Really, how hard is it to STOP doing the wrong things, once you know what they are? The obvious answer is: not hard at all. So you can see why people who get the digital book Parrot Secrets™ turn their parrots into joyful, hilarious, understood, properly fed and healthy companions in as little as 15 days of applying parrot training secrets for just 15 to 30 minutes a day.

Click here to transform your life with your parrot

You will receive simple, common sense information that will help you get immediate and amazing results with your parrot. Not even the worst blood-drawing biters, crystal-shattering screamers or stubborn, party-pooper non-talkers have a chance against these powerful training techniques.

Know exactly what you need to do to solve all existing and future parrot challenges:

1. Arm yourself with such in-depth parrot knowledge that your friends and family will think you can read your parrot’s mind!

2. Use this intuitive parrot mind read to correct any existing misunderstandings that created the bad behavior or poor health in the first place, and quickly and confidently train your parrot to talk, do tricks and enjoy your company.

3. Know and watch for tell-tale warning signs to effectively PREVENT any bad behavior and disease.

Click here to begin really connecting with your parrot

Kiss your frustration good-bye forever … say “hello” to guaranteed heart-warming fun and joy! Parrot Secrets™ contains four ebooks that tell you, among other things:

A training mistake you should stop or avoid because it makes parrots mean

The best way to inspire your parrot to talk more

How to use an underestimated old powerful training technique that has just been rediscovered in the parrot world

The 3 easiest words for your parrot to learn (making it easier to learn other words)

Why persevering with a silent parrot pays off

One major factor that might prevent your parrot from talking

There’s more to parrot training and care than techniques – your bird’s environment is critical for health, well-being and learning

For example:

The amount of light your parrot gets is critical (too much light can cause screaming).

Cage placement affects behavior (once you have determined which room to put your parrot’s cage in, should it be in the center of the room, or in one of the corners? Location can determine whether your parrot is friendly and good-natured or fierce and aggressive.

Bathing and grooming set the tone for behavior (find out how many times a week your parrot needs a bath, and how this changes with the seasons).

Picking toys is a skill that affects parrot behavior.

In other words, Parrot Secrets™ literally gives you everything you need to be a successful and proud parrot owner. You and your parrot will be glad when you own this book.

Click here to get it

Nathalie Roberts