Archive for October, 2012

No More Being Bitten!

Thursday, October 25th, 2012

Dear Parrot Lover,

No More Being Bitten!

Stop the Violence

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There is nothing like having a parrot bite you. Those of you who have experienced this know exactly what I mean. Parrots have beaks designed for breaking and cracking things open, but unfortunately, when they use their beaks against you, this can easily mean pierced skin, bleeding, and even broken fingers.

Have you ever tried to pry a bird’s beak off of you? Have you had to wear heavy duty gloves just to work with your bird? Or, are you afraid of your bird at this very moment? Perhaps you’ve even considered placing your bird in another home, but who would take a biting monster?

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Transform Your Bird

There are many reasons that a parrot will bite, but we often don’t take time to think of those reasons when we’re the target of an angry bird. Biting can be a conditioned behavior where a bird learns to respond this way in order to make sure you go away! After all, not many people will continue to pester a bird threatening a good bite. This is learned aggression. It may stem from a desire to be left alone, fear, insecurity, among other reasons.

Any type of biting that is learned can be unlearned. It takes time, patience, and little know how. Searching the internet will bring you ideas of what you might be able to do, but how do you know you can trust everything you read? After all, anyone can post on-line. You want to make sure you can learn to transform your bird easily, but also in the best way for your bird.

There are individuals that are not only bird experts but who are also a professional shoulder to lean on. They understand the dilemma and frustration associated with a bird that bites. They have learned a lot of secrets along the way to share with you! Chet and Dave Womach are able to share their years of experience with birds in order to not only help you better understand your bird and what he is doing but to also transform him into a better and easier to live with bird.

Click here to read more about the Chet and Dave and their training

End Aggression and Start Anew

What you will discover along the way is that once you start working on ending the biting, you will develop a different relationship with your bird overall. That means you’ll be able to actually interact with him, teach him tricks, and really spend time with him as a companion animal.

Chet and Dave offer free videos to watch and learn from. These videos and the information included can help put you onto a new path with your bird, one that you might have thought was impossible!

Click here to see exactly what is included in the videos

Nathalie Roberts

Bird Toy Mania

Tuesday, October 9th, 2012

Dear Parrot Lover,

Parrots are very intelligent beings. So intelligent, in fact, that they have the same mental capacity and intelligence as a two to three year old human child!

Just like children, these parrots need to be mentally stimulated. If they are not, they will literally go mad. They will also become increasingly destructive. But proper parrot toys also help parrots to hone their foraging skills.

But choosing the perfect parrot toy is essential to your parrot’s overall health and mental wellbeing. Did you know that parrot’s require a minimum of five toys? Each of these parrot toys should be as unique as your parrot. They must all be different colors, have different textures and, more
importantly they must each serve a different purpose.

The most important type of parrot toy is a foraging toy. When living in the wild, parrots forage for the food, but in a caged captivity environment, such as in your home, parrots do not have as much of an opportunity to forage for their food. Foraging helps to keep your both your parrot’s mind and beak very busy. Foraging toys allow you to place your parrot’s favorite treats inside them. Your parrot now has to attempt to figure out how to get their yummy treats out of the toy.

If your bird is quiet destructive whenever he is let out of his cage, and prefers to rip up your curtains, then you will certainly need to purchase a special kind of toy. This type of toy will be one that is meant to be destroyed by your parrot, such as a shreddable toy. But the time it takes your parrot to do this should be quite a while. If it takes your parrot only a few hours or minutes to destroy their new toy, then do not buy that toy again in the future. Those toys are a waste of your money.

The next best type of parrot toy is a puzzle toy. These carefully constructed toys are meant to keep your parrot happily occupied for hours. Some puzzle toys are designed to be nibbled on and even destroyed. With these toys it is important to remember that it is the learning experience that counts and not necessarily how much the toy can withstand from your parrot’s strong beak.

Other great toys to purchase are foot toys that your parrot can play with both in and out of his cage. If your parrot spends a lot of time outside of his cage, then consider buying a play gym. This free standing gym resembles a tree on which you can hang a few toys for you parrot. With branches pointing in different directions, your parrot will also be working out his feet.

Parrot toys provide your parrot with safe opportunities to explore and investigate various textures and tastes. Such toys offer many health and psychological benefits for your parrot.

Bird Toy Mania

No More Boredom, Ever!

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Birds get bored too! Sure, you’ve got a few toys sprinkled in his cage for him to play with, but those old toys get boring after a while too. Imagine if you could provide him with a way to have new toys that are safe and healthy for him and limit his boredom all in one fell swoop.

Click to see how new toys stimulate your parrot’s brain

New Toys Every Month

In an ideal world, you would be able to easily and affordably provide your parrot with new toys each month. Today can be the ideal world for your parrot.

Never has it been easier to provide your bird with the kinds of toys he will enjoy at such an affordable rate and in such a convenient manner. You don’t even have to leave your house to have access to some of the neatest bird toys around. The Parrot Toys by Mail club sets you bird up with monthly access to new toys he will absolutely love. The part is that the toys are all natural and entirely safe for your bird. Plus, the club selects the best toys for your individual bird based on his breed and size, and then they come right to your home without you needing to do anything!

If for any reason you’re not happy with what toys you receive, you have the option of a money back guarantee.

Click to learn about the Parrot Toys by Mail club and receiving toys each month

Fun and Safe and Guaranteed to Thrill

Let the Parrot Toys by Mail club show you just how easy it is to give your bird safe toys that are free of poisons and toxins, which are common in the commercially made, unregulated bird toy industry.

Once you know you don’t have to worry about your bird’s safety, you can sit back and watch him enjoy. These toys are all natural and are made for your bird to enjoy. He can play with the toys, shred them and even rip them to pieces if he wants to. Really? Yes, indeed, they are created for him to use his beak and feet to play with, and the materials are all made to be chewed on, ripped at, and shredded. He’ll enjoy toys made with things like coconut fiber, corn cob, oyster shells, safe leather, sisal cord, cuttle bone and bamboo. You’ll enjoy seeing how happy he is each month when the toys arrive.

Click here to check out what toys are in the Parrot Toys by Mail club

Nathalie Roberts