The Feather Plucking Remedies for Birds Workbook

  • Overview


    The Feather Plucking Remedies for Birds Workbook delivers exactly what thousands of parrot caretakers have been hoping for: a painless, researched-backed method for relieving feather plucking in parrots.

    Backed by numerous studies, behavior modification has long been known for its positive results, but it has been hard for lay-people to understand and effectively use the principals.  The Feather Plucking Remedies for Birds Workbook explains how parrots develop feather plucking habits and how you can train your bird to bring it relief. Diane Burroughs, LCSW uses her clinical background and love of parrots to help you understand the process of developing an individualized plan for your bird.

    Designed to offer both beginning and advanced techniques, I'll walk you through developing a behavior modification plan specifically for your pet and its individual needs. Complete with editable PDF behavior modification plan templates that you can use over and over again for safe, force-free behavior training that really works.

    250 pp.

    What's Inside

    • Authoritative, professional advice to help you understand your bird and why it plucks its feathers.
    • How to use positive, reward-based methods such as clicker training, to teach your bird alternative behaviors and skills needed to resolve the feather plucking habit.
    • Detailed, step-by-step solutions for replacing feather plucking, self-mutilation, and anxiety with safe, natural parrot behaviors.
    • Case studies based on real parrots and how positive training helped them overcome behavioral feather plucking.
    • Editable PDF behavior modification plan templates that you can use over and over again for safe, force-free training that really works.

      Put Aside Your Worries and Defeat Parrot Feather Picking 

      Your parrot deserves the best care it can get. No longer will you have to sit and worry as your once-beautiful parrot engages in self-destructive behavior. Now you have all of the tools and wisdom you need to provide your parrot with the best life possible. And once you follow this workbook’s simple steps, you’ll loudly sing its praises – and so will your parrot!

      Author Bio

      Clinical Social Worker and avian expert, Diane Burroughs, LCSW, has written this must-have book for parrot caretakers whose pets are experiencing any form of feather destructive behavior.  The Feather Plucking Remedies for Birds Workbook is the first book to approach feather plucking origins and remedies from a brain development perspective. This book offers all of the information that worried parrot caretakers need to grasp the causes of feather picking, to adapt bird care for optimum results and to increase desired behaviors and decrease unwanted behaviors. Thankfully, there is an effective remedy for feather plucking in behavior modification. 

    • Download Info

      Immediately after your payment is processed, you will receive a link that allows your to download the eBook up to three times.  Since we are unable to revoke your access to the book, refunds will not be honored

    • Reviews


    Customer Reviews

    Based on 2 reviews
    Fit: Just Right
    Quality: Great
    Gray Velcro collar

    Fits her just right , good product

    Quality: Great

    We had trouble with our email account. A friend stopped by today & hurray! hurray! it is working again!. I've just uploaded & printed out the book & will now be able to study it. It's wonderful that there is so much information & knowledge to gain. We do have an excellent Avian Vet, but she is a 2 hour drive from our farm. Now, maybe we will be able to ask better questions on our next visit.

    We have spent more time with Sophie, of course in the winter it is easier to do, but we will make more time for all 5 of our parrots.

    The colored treat boxes are great, nice & strong - our male umbrella cockatoo is very adapt at taking things apart, but he has met his match with these.

    Looking forward to ordering again!

    Thank you
    Ellen & Cindy