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Is Polly Ignoring Your Bird Training?

So, you adopted a pet parrot and things were going swell with the training and getting your parrot used to the home. Now, all of a sudden your parrot is ignoring your training techniques and methods. You are losing your cool and you may not know what to do. You may even be to the […]

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Bring out the intelligence of birds with clicker training

Train Your Parrot with Bird Training DVD’s

By Diane Burroughs Bird Training DVD’s not only help you discover your birds intelligence but they provide several functions for you, a pet parent, too like: Improved human, parrot relationship simply with quality time Your parrot learns to want to please you You learn to understand and appreciate your parrot Parrot enrichment and parrot self esteem reduce […]

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Bring out the intelligence of birds with clicker training

Top 5 Bird Treats for Training Bird Tricks

No doubt about it.  Animal training techniques have been studied to a science.  Research shows that positive animal bird training techniques work. Zoo’s do it.  Animal shows in Vegas and on ships do it.  You can train your parrot to be a fun pet bird and wonderful companion easily with just 30 minutes or less […]

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An Introduction to Positive Reinforcement Training For Birds

Parrot’s, being some of the most intelligent animals on earth, require research based bird training techniques. Just like educators for children need to know the language of kids, parrot trainers must know the language of parrots. When I refer to language, I’m refering not only to how the other listens and communicates to me, but how I can actually get the other to LISTEN to me. Barbara Heidenreich gets it. Learn more here.

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Positive Parrot Training Techniques and Recent Research

ScienceDaily (Feb. 18, 2009) — In a new, year-long University of Pennsylvania survey of dog owners who use confrontational or aversive methods to train aggressive pets, veterinary researchers have found that most of these animals will continue to be aggressive unless training techniques are modified. The story went on to say that using non-aversive or […]

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