Learn behavior modification to turn around challenging bird behavior. This 40 page eBook helps you create an individualized behavior plan specifically for your bird. Change challenging behaviors like feather plucking, parrot screaming, biting, and more.
Within a few short weeks, you'll gain valuable insights into the behavior which you'll use to craft a plan for long-term success
Take the guesswork out of solving challenging behavior.
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Your avian vet will help you rule out medical conditions known to cause feather plucking. Don't skip this important 1st step. Talk with your vet about using a bird collar and behavior supports to get devastating feather plucking under control.
Science proves that most unwanted bird behavior gets better by introducing specific wellness strategies into your bird care. Begin with preventative care. Improve your birds diet. Build in ample environmental enrichment. Create a strong behavior plan. This is my wheelhouse! I can help!
Behavior modification is hard to grasp, so get help from a bird behaviorist. Diane Burroughs, LCSW, a licensed psychotherapist and ABA trained professional will help you pull it all together. Let's design a behavior plan for your bird. Book a consultation today!
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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