10 page Screaming Parrot eBook with Reproducible Worksheets
Parrots are vocal animals. They like to talk and expect you to respond to them. That's why we love to teach them to say “hello” and other fun phrases. However, if you're the happy owner of a parrot, chances are you've also become intimately familiar with the bird's natural need to scream from time to time.
Wild parrots are most vocal at dawn and dusk because this is when they want to make sure everyone in the flock is okay. Your parrot will have episodes of screaming too. A bit of noise is to be expected. But, an unchecked screaming habit can often result in the re-homing of a pet bird. In fact, screaming and biting are two of the most concerning problems that parrot owners seek advice about.
Even the most experienced and caring parrot lovers often fail to stop their bird's screaming habit, which is all the more reason for you to learn essential techniques to help your parrot maintain a "quieter inside voice."
This eBook contains worksheets to assess how the frequency, intensity, and duration of the problem allowing you to track the problem and information on discovering the cause of the behavior. Learn step-by-step training to put an end to screaming.How To Fit Trick Training Into A Busy Life
You only need to train your parrot for 5 minutes a day to teach them some tricks. It is easy to fit trick training in around your daily care chores and activities. Stop screaming parrot fast with bird training techniques.
Using This Book
This e-book is a downloadable PDF and it is not currently available in a hard copy. You may download it immediately after your payment goes through.
Immediately after your payment is processed, you will receive a link that allows you to download the eBook up to three times. Since we are unable to revoke your access to the book we offer a store credit within 1 day of purchase.Author Bio
Diane Burroughs, LCSW is the owner and founder of BirdSupplies.com and UnRuffledRx Bird Collars. She has been a parrot advocate for 20 years. When her own parrot started plucking, she hatched upon the idea to learn everything that she could about parrot feather plucking. She also began developing a line of parrot plucking collars to protect parrots from self-harm.
Diane started offering help on blog posts and in eBooks for purchase on BirdSupplies.com. She also developed a Facebook group called UnRuffledRx Parrot Feather Plucking Help. Using her Clinical Social Work background, her work focuses on teaching a variety of evidence-based strategies to help curb parrot feather plucking, including using behavior modification.
Learn more about how Diane’s parrot behavior articles can help your pet by visiting her blog at BirdSupplies.com.