Monday, March 14, 2011

Tips and Ideas on Choosing a Talking Pet Bird

Companion animals are beautiful and smart creatures, many of the intriguing advantage to talk. The answers to the following seven questions will increase your chances of choosing the one that can speak.
1. What is the best way to determine the fluency? The only way to ensure that your pet could speak could be heard talking. Although some breeds are more able to communicate with others, each bird is an individual and there is no guarantee that the birds be able to talk or meet the normal criteria for the race.
Make sure the talking ability is secondary to your commitment to a healthy and loving environment for the birds choose to provide. It is counting on you from day one.
2. Are there certain types that are more likely to talk? Yes, more of the larger parrots have a reputation for talking. These include Cockatoos, the Yellow Head Amazon, and some macaws. Smaller breeds such as cockatiels, parakeets (budgies), and Conures are also often able to verbalize.
3. What age can I expect to start to hear these words? The predominant age varies with the breed. Most birds need to start small, because there is a limited opportunity during the first year of life of birds to train it. However, the Congo African Grey is the exception to this rule in that it speaks and later still learn new words through his life.
4. Does it matter where I see the bird? A hand fed bird is a better choice (usually from a breeder), as it has developed a relationship of trust with people. Having a bird is not afraid of humans is a big plus, and can yield great benefits, when exercise begins.
5. Are there factors that help determine if an individual bird will speak? In general, male birds are better talkers than females. A young bird makes a better student. A healthy bird is a good choice for obvious reasons. And the race is of paramount importance.
6. I bought a bird because it had to be able to learn words, but it is not. Why? Depending on the age of your bird, you have missed the opportunity to take your bird to learn. It can also be an individual attribute or sex. Some birds, whatever they are supposed to do just not capable.
It is my greatest hope you still get a good home for your bird offer despite this glitch in your plan. Can you come to the point where you enjoy your bird because he did not speak. Think about it.
7. Is there a way to get a bird from the pet could talk? Trying to determine which birds speak is risky business. Observe birds at different times during the day to see how chatty it is, the more the chattering, the better your chances to bring home a talker. Also avoid the bird shows signs of illness, such as feathers puffed up, low power, and all the secretions from the eyes and nose.

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