A biting bird can be a pain. Literally.
You reach into the cage to pick up your pet, and ... CHOMP!
You're petting your bird and your partner walks in the room ... CHOMP ... MUNCH!!
You're trying to groom your pet ... BITE...CHOMP...MUNCH! Where are the d@#m BandAids?
This parrot-biting eBook contains worksheets that help you fully understand the problem and discover what to do about it. Learn step-by-step behavioral techniques to put an end to biting.
This ebook is available for download as soon as you complete your purchase! Simply check your email and click the link. If you can't find it check your spam.
Download the book to your desktop, tablet, or phone. You can also print it out.
This book can be downloaded up to 3 times. The link expires in one month.
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