Parrot Training Guide

Important for All Parrot Owners
and those who are going to own a Parrot

Your dream of a perfectly trained parrot is about to come true!Want the key to a rich treasure of professional parrot training secrets?

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?  Is your parrot getting wilder everyday?

?  Is it refusing to learn every trick you are trying to teach it?

?  Are you spending sleepless nights wondering how to train it?

It’s possible something is going seriously wrong in the way you are training your beautiful ‘winged rainbow’ in spite of having the best of intentions.

The Most Common Mistakes Parrot-Owners Make In Training Their Pets:

Having unrealistic expectationsp

Losing patience while training the parrot

Screaming at the parrot and/or punishing it

Rushing onto training a new pet without allowing it the time it needs to be comfortable with its surroundings

Trying to teach several tricks at one go

Not providing the parrot’s cage with toys

Feeding it the wrong foods

Sounds familiar? That’s bad news! No wonder your feathered friend is behaving in a weird way!

But there is no reason to worry. Help is right here!

We confidently guarantee that you too can be the proud owner of a perfectly trained parrot in only a few days!

And that too, in a way that will be super fun for both you and your winged darling! Take a peek at Pico the Caique Parrot performing various tricks in this video.

What’s so special about Pet Care Vision Parrot Training Membership!

Once you are a member of the PetCareVision Membership site, you get the keys to a vast source of valuable information on every aspect related to your bird.

Parrot is one of the most popular and prized pets all around the globe. And not without reason! To begin with, parrots are beautiful and add vibrant dashes of color to any home. If you think their beauty is only feather-deep, think again! Parrots are scientifically proven to be one of the most intelligent species of birds. They can pick up amusing tricks amazingly fast and possess the unique ability of mimicking human voice!

Just like a human baby, a parrot craves love and attention, be a spoilt brat and throw tantrums. If properly trained, a parrot can be a loving companion for life! If improperly trained, it can make you run for your life! So it’s very important to know the tricks of training your parrot well so that it can truly be your pride and your neighbor’s envy.

Let us tell you how to develop a healthy life long relationship with your Parrot that both you and your Parrot would cherish and enjoy all your lives.

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Training Your Pet Parrot

A parrot needs about as much love, attention and grooming as a human baby. If denied proper attention and training, it can become overly aggressive or submissive, both of which are undesirable. To instil trust in it and form a lifelong bond between you and your feathered friend, you need to:

  • Make it realize you love and care for it…
  • Identify and respond to its needs…
  • Ensure efficient communication with it…
  • Have lots of patience…

How to tame your parrot

Taming your parrot is the first step towards training it. Taming your parrot includes making it comfortable in your presence and in its surroundings so that it doesn’t aggressively resist training. Our membership site tells you the secrets of taming your parrot. Here are a few pointers.

  • Praise and reward it every now and then…
  • Carry it around your house or garden. Initially, wear protective gloves when handling your parrot…
  • Keep other pets at a safe distance from the parrot…
  • If it behaves aggressively or bites, don’t shout or punish. A firm ‘no’, over time, does the trick…
  • Let it roam around the house on its own at times. Just make sure it is safe…
  • Introduce your parrot to other family members…

Things to keep in mind while training your parrot

Expert trainers have put together an array of super-efficient ways in which you can train your parrot without breaking a sweat. Here is a glimpse:

To ensure a successful and happy training process:

  • Allow your new pet a few days to settle down and be comfortable with its surroundings…
  • Have a fixed trainer – you or a family member…
  • Position the cage such that your parrot has interesting things – including your daily chores – to look at…
  • Talk gently to your parrot…
  • Do not rush your parrot to learn everything at one go. Keep in mind that training would take immense time and patience…
  • Never shout, scold or punish…
  • It’s best to train the parrot in an empty room free of distractions…
  • For outdoor training, have its wings clipped by a professional to prevent it from flying away. Alternatively, use a parrot leash or harness…

6 Safe Ways to Give Your Parrot Exercise

Parrots are naturally bundles of energy. Parrots need sufficient exercise to remain active and healthy. An under-exercised parrot is most likely to grow overweight, develop behavioral problems and exhibit submissiveness, depression or aggressiveness. Screaming, biting and restlessness are very common among parrots which don’t get sufficient and appropriate exercise.

However, it is vital to ensure that your parrot is safe during exercise. Our membership site stays with you while you help your parrot exercise in a way that is safe, enjoyable and beneficial for it.

  • Allow your feathered friend to stretch its wings and fly around freely. However, before giving it free rein, take all the net curtains down as parrots are prone to getting tangled in them, open the windows and draw the curtains to keep the parrot from smashing into the window glass, Keep fire grates, chimneys and other hot objects suitably covered. Keep other pets away…
  • Play games with your parrot that involves lots of walking around and flying. Toss and fetch or teaching it to follow you around is a great idea. Your parrot can also be taught to dance to music!
  • Put your parrot on your wrist and rotate your wrist gently. This will encourage the parrot to flap its wings, which is a great exercise…
  • Put it on a swing. The parrot would love it and it is also a great exercise. However, make sure the swing is close to the ground so that the parrot is not hurt if it accidentally slips…
  • Keep it within spraying distance of a lukewarm shower. Parrots love water and would respond by bobbing its head or flapping its wings, which are again good workouts…

Parrot Toys and Why they are Important

Parrots are naturally playful and enjoy and need toys as much as any human child. Toys have been proven to curb boredom and consequent aggressiveness, screaming and other forms of ill behaviour. Toys also work wonders in keeping your parrot busy and happy when you can’t attend to it due to other preoccupations.

Our membership site tells you what kind of toys work best with parrots:

  • Chew toys
  • Wooden toys
  • Brightly colored abacus
  • Stainless steel toys
  • Puzzles and building blocks
  • Ropes
  • Swings
  • Jingles and rattles

Our membership site also lists ways of keeping your parrot safe and happy during its playtime.

  • Provide toys of appropriate size…
  • Avoid dyed toys…
  • Keep it away from toys with sharp edges…
  • Don’t keep introducing new toys or shower too many toys on it…
  • Intellectually stimulating toys like puzzles work best with parrots and develop their brains…

Playtime is a great scope for you to bond for life with your parrot. Playtimes can be equally pleasurable for you and your parrot if you know the correct approach. Among many fun-filled play ideas listed in our membership site, here are a few:

    • Play Toss and Retrieve/ Fetch…
    • Make it sit on your head and shoulder and run around making aeroplane noises…
    • Sing a song to it, whistle or play a musical organ…
    • Shred a piece of paper with your parrot…

Your Parrot’s Diet and Nutritional Requirements

To keep your parrot healthy, fit and happy, it is very important to see to it that it feeds on a balanced, healthy, safe and nutritious diet appropriate for its age, size and other conditions.Our membership site tells you what to feed your parrot to make sure its nutrition requirement is met and it stays bouncy and healthy just as you want.

      • Quality proteins
      • Fresh fruits and vegetables
      • Formulated diets

Refer to our membership site to know which fruits and vegetables are best suited for your parrot and which are not and what kinds of food contain the most beneficial protein. You also get to know what kind of formulated diets work best for your parrot and how to prepare them. Also remember, different breeds of parrots have different nutritional requirements.

It is equally important to ensure that the food that you serve to your pet is safe for it. Many parrot owners inadvertently serve food to their loved feathered buddy that are actually poisonous or deeply harmful for the bird. Some of the foodstuffs to avoid giving to your parrot include:

      • Sprouted lime
      • Apple seeds
      • Garlic
      • Sweet peas
      • Caffeine
      • Fava
      • Acorns

Refer to our membership site for a complete list of food you should never give to your parrot.

Safe Chewing Fun for Parrots

Chewing is not only a favourite activity of parrots, but it is a good workout for their beak and teeth as well. Believe it or not, parrots need chew toys to channel their inherent destructive nature and keep them occupied when you are away.

In the lack of chew toys, it is most likely to chew up everything it comes across in your house or may display aggression and other behavioral problems.

Wooden chew toys are great for parrots. A few of the wood varieties that are safe for parrots include:

      • Pine
      • Balsa
      • Poplar
      • Cactus
      • Birch
      • Plum
      • Maple

For the full list, refer to our membership site.

Likewise, the following woods are definitely a no-no for parrots:

      • Oak
      • Oleander
      • Cedar
      • Avocado
      • Red Cherry
      • Plywood

Also, keep the following safety tips in mind when buying chew toys for your parrot:

      • Avoid toys made of pressure treated woods…
      • Wipe rather than wash toys to clean them. Never give wet, soiled or dirty toys to your parrot…
      • If you want to give your parrot colorful toys, go for organically-colored, child-safe colored toys…
      • Avoid toys made of dyed or tanned leather…

Keeping Your Parrot’s Cage Clean

It is very important to keep your parrot in a thoroughly clean and healthy environment to avoid spreading of germs and diseases. Unwashed cage, food and drink sediments, parrot droppings, can all lead to an ill parrot. Our membership site lists all the ways you should clean the surroundings of your parrot.

      • Clean the cage thoroughly. Avoid strong disinfectants…
      • Change newspaper lining daily…
      • Wash the food and drink bowls and the tray daily…
      • Clean the grate regularly…
      • Perches and toys should be thoroughly cleaned at least once a week…
      • Avoid dampness as it can lead to bacterial growth…

As they say, prevention is always better than cure. To prevent your parrot from falling ill, take the following precautions:

      • Regular veterinary check-ups…
      • Do not expose your parrot to extreme hot or cold weathers…
      • Do not ignore even minor injuries…
      • Keep it away from loud noises, pollution and other pets…

Interpreting Your Parrot’s Body Language

Clear communication and understanding are the foundations of a strong relationship between you and your parrot. To make your parrot feel secure, comfortable and to instil trust in it, you need to be able to interpret its body language correctly. Our membership site, put together by expert parrot trainers and passionate parrot lovers, list the tiny signs which are trying to tell you something about your parrot. Read on.

        • Flapping wings is a sign of wanting exercise or catching your attention…
        • Head bobbing is a common tactic used by parrots to grab your attention. It also displays this activity to nurse an illness or injury. If it seems to be a constant activity, check for neurotic disorders…
      • A satisfied parrot might show only the tip of the crest. An upright crest indicates happiness, fear or excitement, while a flattened crest usually indicates strong insecurity or fear…
      • Stretching indicates the parrot is comfortable…
      • Taking backward steps, crouching or bobbing the tail are sure signs that the parrots wants to defecate…

Please refer to our membership site for a complete and comprehensive list of body languages at you must learn to interpret to understand the needs and moods of your parrot immediately.

Interpreting verbal behaviors of your parrot is as important as interpreting its body language.

      • Purring usually indicates contentment and relaxation…
      • A parrot clicks its beaks if it finds its territory threatened…
      • A parrot sometimes barks to display dominance and strength…
      • Screeching accompanied by flapping wings is a very common sign of insecurity. It is normal for a parrot to do this when it sees strangers. With time, it would go away…

How To Breed Parrots

Different species of parrots have different breeding seasons and habits. However, an expert breeder can manipulate the breeding season according to his convenience. Refer to our membership site for a wide source of interesting information on parrot breeding. Here is a glimpse:

      • African Grey/ Timneh does not have any specific breeding season…
      • A parrot takes approximately a month to be hatched. During this time, the mother parrot should be well fed and left to herself.
      • After the baby parrots are hatched, they need to be with their parents to acquire immunity from bacteria…
      • A poor diet, with inadequate vitamins, proteins and minerals can result in chicks that are undernourished and ill.
      • 29 to 33 degrees Celsius is the ideal warmth for chicks…

Personality of Your Parrot

Before buying a parrot, you must consider which species would be perfect for you, your temperament and lifestyle.

Our membership site provides an expert guide in this regard and lists the unique temperament of each species of parrot so that you find it easy to zero in on your perfect match!

      • The African Grey/ Timneh is soft and soothing, loves to whistle and needs to be washed very frequently…
      • Cockatiels prefer living as a couple and usually pick up talking skills better than most other species. They usually don’t get along very well with parrots of other species…
        • Macaws need a lot of attention and can turn aggressive if it doesn’t get enough attention. Though a loving and sweet pet, it is boisterous and usually doesn’t like strangers…
        • Psittacines are known for their sharp brains…
        • Some of the features common to all parrots are they try to speak, love to make a mess, love to chew, need to be stimulated intellectually and are emotional…

Variety of Recipes for Parrots

As you would know, it is very important to ensure that a parrot gets its required nutrition. A balanced diet and healthy food in the right quantity ensure a happy, fit and bouncy parrot. Also, it is important to know that nutritional requirements and food preferences vary across species.

A little variety would make sure that your pet doesn’t get bored of its meals and actually looks forward to them rather than refuse them. Our membership site is a treasure house of recipes that your parrot would simply love and ask for more!

Information About Parrot Diseases

Parrots generally suffer from various diseases. Care should be taken so that the parrot is cured from these diseases immediately as otherwise it can even be life risking.

In our membership site you would come to know about these diseases, the symptoms and the prevention so that your parrot remains healthy. Here are the names of the diseases that can be deadly for the parrots.

          • Pacheco disease which is caused by Herpes Virus
          • Psittacine beak and feather which is caused by PVD
          • E coli caused by the E coli virus

Please refer to our membership site to know about these diseases in detail along with the symptoms and how the diseases are transmitted and learn about the ways to prevent the spread of these diseases.

Parrot Toxin and Poison List

Did you know your house could actually be a death trap for your loved parrot? Common household objects of daily use can be harmful and even fatal for your pet.

PTFE coated utensils like non-stick frying pans etc. give off a kind of fume when heated that is capable of killing a bird within minutes. Please refer to our membership site for a complete list of materials that contain PTFE.

Here are a few

          • Woks
          • P or table heaters
          • Sole plates on irons
          • T or tilla presses
          • Pizza pans
          • Never-Stick-Stainless Steel
          • Lollipop moulds
          • Bread makers
          • Waffle makers
          • Many cooking utensils
          • Griddles
          • Broiler pans
          • Drip pans f or burners
          • Ironing board covers etc..

Common household chemicals that can harm or even kill parrots are:

          • Window cleaners
          • Gun cleaner
          • Garden sprays
          • Spray starch
          • Weed killers
          • Herbicides
          • Camphophenique
          • Perfume
          • Pine oil Plants
          • Bathroom bowl cleaner
          • Boric acid
          • Permanent wave solutions, and many many more..

Apart from these, many indoor and outdoor plants are harmful for your parrot. Our membership site gives you a complete list.

There’s more!

After purchasing our membership site you would get to know all the varieties of parrots and know everything about them in the section Parrot Summary. Here you would also know

          • About the whereabouts of the parrots
          • About the behavior of the parrots
          • About the food that you should give to your pet parrot for keeping it healthy
          • About the various species of the parrots and their specialties

This last section is very important as every owner should have a fair idea about the bird that would be a pet in the house and it is also important to know about the behavior and the needs of the parrot so that the owners can decide which parrot is suitable for his or her house.

Often we get queries from people who want to own parrots but are confused about the various types of parrots as very few have good idea about the parrots that are there in the market. For this reason we have started special pages on various types of parrots. The first of these sections is on Budgie. These are birds from Australia and are known for their friendly nature. For knowing them well and understanding them properly you need to visit our membership site which would give you access to all the information about this bird.

The next section is about Cockatiel. It is found in Australia and like the Budgie, it is also a desert bird. These birds are good natured and it is easier to tame them. In our membership site you would know about the following:

          • Cockatiel Temperament
          • Cockatiel Diet and Health
          • Cockatiel Care

It would give you a good idea and would help you have a good bird in your house.

If you want to have a Conure as a pet in your house then it is really a challenging job. But with our guidance you can easily train the Conure and win the challenge. There are various types of Conures such as

          • Blue Crown Conure
          • Green Cheek Conure
          • Nanday Conure
          • Sun Conure
          • Jenday Conure

Know about them and have a fair idea about the types of Conures and their needs.

Cockatoo is another bird that is extremely popular as pets. You would find this bird in various colors and most species of this bird are from Indonesia. If you want to have a cockatoo as a pet and want to have some knowledge beforehand about it, come to our membership site. A minimum amount can give you abundance knowledge about this bird. Learn about the species that are available and if you already have one and having any problem with it then know about their behavior from the article written by our expert so that you can handle it’s tantrums successfully. Cockatoos can be divided into following category.

          • Goffin Cockatoo
          • Moluccan Cockatoo
          • Umbrella Cockatoo
          • Rose Breasted Cockatoo
          • Palm Cockatoo
          • Sulphur Crested Cockatoo

The cutest of the parrot species is the lovebird and they are known for their breathtaking beauty and also their affectionate nature. If you are wondering how to train them or to take care of them then, the simple solution is to log in to our site and access the page so that you can learn how to train them and how to enjoy the company of your pet lovebird.

“Winged Rainbows” are Macaws as they are known to us. They have earned their name “Winged Rainbows” because of their availability in array of colors. There are varieties of macaws available as pets and these are:

          • Hahns Macaw
          • Scarlet Macaw
          • Green Wing Macaw
          • Military Macaw
          • Blue Throated Macaw

Know about them thoroughly in our website so that you are able to handle them easily. Though they are easy going as pets but still the owner should have some knowledge before having any of them as a pet.

Parakeets are smaller versions of parrots which are available in various colors. They are cute and are extremely popular as pets because of their nice disposition. If you have any parakeet as your pet then you should know how to train a parakeet and most importantly how to take care of it. If you are wondering where you would get substantial knowledge about the parakeet then do not worry, here is our membership site offering you articles on whatever you want to know about parakeet. The page about parakeet covers the following topics:

          • About Parakeets
          • Parakeet Training
          • Parakeet Care
          • Health & Diet
          • Parakeet Behavior and
          • Quaker Parakeets

Parrotlets or miniature parrots are also nowadays extremely popular as pets. With proper training these birds can talk fluently thus entertaining you constantly. Our next section deals with these parrots and gives you a good idea about their training and their species.

You must have a fair idea about parrots before getting any of them as a pet because there are various parrots that are known for their specific behaviors and you should know properly about them so that you can choose the right kind of parrot as pet. Keeping your need in mind in our membership site we have kept a separate article on parrots where you would find description of all kinds of parrots that are popular as pets. The species of parrots that are mentioned in this article are:

            African Grey Parrots

          • Amazon Parrots
          • Senegal Parrots
          • Eclectus Parrots
          • Quaker Parrots
          • Green Parrots

The most beautiful species among parrots is the Caique. If you are looking for a beautiful bird as a pet which is also good in tricks then here it is for you. Go for a Caique and you would not be disappointed. Though it is hard to train these birds but it is not impossible and with persistence and our expert guidance you can easily be a master to a beautiful and tame Caique. Know about them thoroughly in our membership site before getting one as a pet.

Now a tendency has been noticed that more and more people are going for baby parrots as pets. This is because they believe that baby parrots are easy to tame. While their idea is not wrong, it should also be kept in mind that baby parrots are extremely delicate. Before you keep a baby parrot as pet you should know what care should be taken so that the parrot remains healthy and grows into a well trained adult parrot. For knowing about it refer to our “Baby Parrot” section in the membership site.

A quiet pet is welcome to a family who do not have much time to spend for the pet. If you fall in this category then go for a Pionus Parrot. It is easy to take care of these parrots and to know about their nature and their care visit our membership site and check the article “Pionus Parrot” and you would know everything about this parrot.

Toucan is a unique bird and for a long time there was a debate whether it is a part of the parrot family or not. However, now it is accepted that it is a parrot and thus it is kept as pet too. If you are interested in having this unique bird as a pet then we can help you learn more about it in our section “Toucan”.

For your help we also have a photo gallery where you can see the photographs of varieties of parrots so that you can easily choose which parrot to have as your pet.

We also have a video gallery which would further help you see how parrots perform tricks and know more about the parrots.

If you have kids at home it is all the more important to know what your kid should do for the parrot. This is because it is often seen that kids want to have a pet more than the parents. Go through our section “Parrot Facts for Kids” and tell your kids about their responsibilities when you have a parrot at home.

We have a very special section for parrot lovers and that is a section on “Parrot Training Workshops”. It would help you owners, to know a great deal about how to train your parrots so that they become wonderful pets.

We have seen that our experts get queries mostly on how to handle screaming of parrots. We want to tell you that our section “Parrot Screaming” is an article that can help you in solving this because it is a behavioral problem of a parrot. If you are facing this problem go to this section and know how to handle such a situation.

We have dedicated one section on a parrot species having a very special physical trait. We are talking about lorikeet, the parrot which has a unique tongue for sucking honey. Know about its temperament, diet and its lifestyle in our membership site. Also there is a section describing the training requirements of a lorikeet.

A distinct species of the parrot family is kakapo. This is a flightless bird and is one of the world’s longest living birds. This is a complete vegetarian bird and has large claws and feet which enable it to run and walk. It is also a nocturnal bird and sleeps during the day. The bird is generally reared as a chick and shows various characteristic behaviors. Learn more about this unique member of the parrot family in our site.

Our last section is about “Parrot Enrichment”. This section would help you know how you can train your parrot well and also help you know about the various enrichment kits that are available in the market for training your parrot.

What Our FREE ebook “All About Your Parrot” Includes

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All About Your Parrot is a one-stop shop for everything you need to know about your parrot:

Right Diet: Healthy food makes healthy parrot! Are you one of those numerous parrot owners who are under the misconception that parrots feed only on seeds and nuts? Did you know the right food for one variety of parrots might make another variety sick? Do you exactly what proportions of vitamins, proteins and minerals should make up your pet’s diet? Find out what makes your parrot happy and healthy and what best be avoided.

Weaning:Find out the right time and way of weaning. One mistake, and your feathered guest might be in a bad mood for life!

Taking care of a sick parrot: Parrots can be affected by a wide range of diseases. A sick parrot needs as much care as a sick child. Learn how to look out for symptoms and the basic care for each disease.

Correct bad behavior: If the parrot is behaving badly without apparent reason, chances are there is something wrong in its training process. If your parrot screeches, screams or behaves in a ferocious way you need to be armed with the right tricks to deal with it. Too much delay, and you might not be left with any choice other than to leave it at the pet shop.

Talk: So has it been months and all that your parrot seems to be saying, over and over again, is ‘hello’? Chill! Before you know it, it will be able to carry on an amazingly real conversation with you. And you are going to help it to do that, with a little bit of help from us.

Stop biting: If your parrot is causing bloodshed at home, it’s time to act, and act fast. Most of the times, biting is an act of self defense. Know how to make your parrot feel comfortable in your presence and assure it that you are its friend. In a matter of days, you will have a beautiful creature perched proudly on your fingertip.

Be potty trained: Very important, if you don’t want your house to be a yucky mess! This needs a lot of patience and the right tricks.

Learn new tricks: If your parrot is not performing tricks, it is just wasting its amazing inherent talent. With a little bit of help from us, train your parrot like a professional and explore its full potential.

Be disciplined: Pamper your parrot, but draw the line before it turns into a spoilt brat and becomes unruly. Learn how to control and channelize its energy so that it remains lively without turning the house upside down.

Hygiene and cleanliness: This may be crucial to your parrot’s health and can be fatal if not taken seriously. Learn how to clean your bird’s cage, perch, food plate and toys and the bird itself.

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“I had got so worried, and felt so helpless…

“I had got so worried, and felt so helpless when my darling parrot had started losing weight rapidly and used to sit motionless for hours at an end. I consulted two vets to no avail. It was then that a friend recommended your membership site. Since I didn’t have a choice, I gave it a try, though, to be honest, I didn’t have high hopes from it. But to my amazement, it worked like magic! The diet prescribed in the course made my parrot become its lively self again and glow with health within days! I would be grateful to your site forever.”


“I don’t even need to keep it in its cage…

“Once I tried some training tricks from your training course, my parrot has become so disciplined that most of the times, I don’t even need to keep it in its cage. It loves roaming around the house and garden sitting on my or my son’s shoulder. It’s difficult to believe that the same parrot used to be an expert at biting fingers.”

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1.Makes amusing sounds…

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3.Climbs up on your finger…

4.Sits snugly on your shoulder or head without flapping its wings or scratching…

5.Glows with health…

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The main reason why parrots are a favorite pet worldwide is their inherent ability to learn amusing tricks and mimic human voice. However, it should never be imagined that training a parrot is an easy job. It is important to remember that your parrot comes from a wild habitat and was not meant to be domesticated, tamed or trained. At the beginning, your parrot might strongly resist being trained.

Thus, training a parrot needs utmost patience, and often, a considerable amount of time. However, the returns are mostly worth the effort many times over. Also, it is always easier to train a baby parrot than an adult one. Though it is not impossible to train an adult parrot, it is difficult to train one that was improperly trained a s a baby or had suffered some trauma.

All About Your Parrot lends you handy tips on how to break the ice with your parrot, communicate with it and train it to become a pet that you would love to show off.

Everything that you might consider trivial might be very crucial for the health and happiness of your parrot and would ultimately affect your relationship with it. Following are the most common questions new parrot owners are confused about:

Where should I place the cage – Bedroom, living room, balcony, one that offers a view of the sky, one that is in shade?

How would I know if my parrot is ready for training?,/span.

Where to hold the training – bedroom, balcony, garden, terrace?

How long should the training continue?

Should I train it alone or ask my family to join in?

What should I do if the parrot doesn’t seem to be paying attention?

How do I make my parrot potty-trained?

How can I let my parrot know that I am happy with its progress and that I love it?

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How would I know when is the right time to make it sit on my finger?

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All About Your Parrot also helps you in dealing with extremely wild and aggressive parrots – the ones that hiss and bite and scream murder whenever somebody ventures into their ‘territory’; the ones that screech till the neighbors call the cops. Let the professionals analyze your parrot’s behavior for you. It is quite possible that your parrot has a good reason to behave aggressively.

What do you do when your parrot ill behaves? Ignore it? Punish it? Glare at it? Find out at All About Your Parrot.

Again, training a small bird is very different from training a large one. It is easier to train a small parrot than a large one but the effort that goes into the training of a large parrot gives unbelievable results. Whereas small parrots make adorable pets, large parrots are known for their utter devotion and faithfulness.

We at Pet Care Vision are a dedicated team of parrot lovers who have worked real hard to get together every bit of information you might need to help your parrot lead a happy, healthy, fulfilling life. As an exclusive member of our site, you get access to a vast storehouse of information on all that is crucial for your parrot, whatever species of parrot you might own, we have something exclusively for you and your particular needs. Our aim is to provide you with a parrot that you would love and be mighty proud of and never even imagine taking back to the pet store or give away and a beautiful relationship and close bonding between you and your parrot. We are endeavoring to do all that is in our power to achieve this end.

What’s more, as a Pet Care Vision Membership Site member, you can also read about the experiences of parrot lovers and parrot owners from all across the country and the globe and connect to fellow parrot owners and parrot lovers.

We at Pet Care Vision would also always love to hear from you. As a member of our site, you would also be welcome to send us your suggestions as to how to improve our site to make it more useful for those who share our love for parrots, feedback on what we are doing right and where we might be going wrong, your testimonials and recommendations regarding our services, your experiences as a privileged member of our site, suggest addition of topics you would like to be featured in our site or elimination of topics you don’t consider useful or appropriate. In other words, the moment you become a member of our site, this site is yours!

Good Luck and Happy Training!

Finally, If You Are Still Undecided, Here’s Something Very Important About Your Breed of Parrot…

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          • Section 1 : Parrot Training
          • Section 2 : Parrot Exercise
          • Section 3 : Parrot Toys
          • Section 4 : Parrot Diet
          • Section 5 : Parrot Chewable Toys
          • Section 6 : Parrot Hygiene
          • Section 7 : Parrot Body Language
          • Section 8 : Parrot Breeding
          • Section 9 : Parrot Personality
          • Section 10 : Parrot Recipes
          • Section 11 : Parrot Diseases
          • Section 12 : Parrot Toxin and Poison
          • Section13 : Parrot Summary
          • Section14-28 : Different Parrot Breeds
          • Section 29 : Photo Gallery
          • Section 30 : Video Gallery
          • Section 31 : Parrot Facts for Kids
          • Section 32 : Parrot Training Workshops
          • Section 33 : Parrot Screaming
          • Section 34 : Parrot Enrichment

2) Free E-Book : Know Your Parrot: It gives you an exhaustive list of training, taming and exercising methods and helpful tips on diet, health, toys, hygiene, body language, chewing, personality, recipes, toxins and poison lists, breeding and diseases of all the breeds of parrots.

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“In our Membership Site it is our constant effort to provide you with all the information related to the breeds of parrots. If you want to know about any specific breed of parrot or any other information related to your pet then please let us know. We would immediately provide you all information on that breed of parrot ASAP.

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