Inside Bird Secrets
Dear Parrot Lover,
Most parrot owners who have an unruly parrot believe that their bird’s naughtiness is just simply part of their unique personality and they, as owners, have to learn to live with it. Some owners will live in fear of their uncontrollable parrot for many years, until they learn that you CAN train your parrot! Sadly, some parrot owners will never learn this and their lives will continue to be unpleasant for both them and their parrot.
If you are one of those parrot owners who has an unmanageable parrot, and wishes you had more control over your parrot’s behavior, do not give up just yet. There are quite a few techniques that you can try at home to learn to properly train your parrot.
Before you attempt to train your parrot, you first will need to make sure that you are in a calm and relaxed mood. If you are high strung, or have just come home from a stressful day at work, your parrot will very quickly pick up on that and will be stressed out and high strung as well. Parrots are very sensitive creatures and need to have their flock leaders set a good example of proper behavior and emotion. Always be patient when training your parrot and never raise your voice or shout at your parrot, even if she does something wrong or naughty. If you do, you will have unintentionally taught your parrot that whenever she is naughty she will be rewarded with a show from you. This ‘show’ will actually be you raising your voices and maybe even ‘flapping’ your arms around. Parrots enjoy comedic antics and cannot discern good from bad just yet.
Before starting a training session with your parrot, make sure that you have an area in your house to work with your parrot where the two of you will be uninterrupted by other family members, pets, radios or televisions. You want your parrot’s undivided attention. However, it is also best to keep the training sessions short and sweet. And to give your parrot a chance to take a break and play a little bit before you place her back in her cage.
When you are training your parrot, try to be as amusing as possible and overly pronounce words and phrases that you want her to learn. Such actions and sounds will grasp her attention quickly and she will either want to mimic you or do whatever she just did again so that you can provide her with the comedic show again.
Try to be as consistent as possible with your parrot’s training sessions. Be patient. Never raise your voice. Show your parrot that training can be fun and rewarding. You CAN train your parrot!
Inside Bird Secrets
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