Teach Your Bird To Forage

Are you dealing with parrot behavior problems like plucking, screaming, or biting?

Plucking is so upsetting to watch. And, ear-piercing screams and painful bites aren’t much fun either.

What if I told you that enriching your parrot's life is one of the best things you can do to solve behavior problems? And, what could be more enriching than foraging?  Foraging is the natural behavior of working for food, something all animals enjoy.

Parrot parents teach their young to forage as they mature.  But, our hand-fed parrots didn't get the luxury of learning how to forage so it's up to us to teach them.  That's where this book comes in.  It helps you put an end to parrot boredom and associated behavior problems.

So, grab a copy of this eBook (NOT available in paperback) - Teach Your Bird To Forage and scoop up some great ideas on how to take your pet's mind off of unwanted behaviors by teaching it natural parrot behaviors like foraging!

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The Best thing that you'll ever do

FOR YOUR PET BIRD

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START THE HEALING PROCESS

Where do you start?

When you're dealing with challenging bird behavior, it's hard to know where to turn. There's a lot of misinformation out there! Time is not on your side. Start using science-backed strategies early on for biting, screaming, feather plucking, hand-taming, and more!

A trusted bird Behaviorist

Diane Burroughs, LCSW is a licensed psychotherapist, trained in ABA therapy, with 30+ years of intensive experience. She's written over 1,000 individualized behavior plans and worked alongside psychiatrists, avian veterinarian's and pharmacists to bring a diverse range of insight to your situation. Personable and supportive, you can trust Diane Burroughs, LCSW. Book your consultation today.

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