Monday, November 7, 2011

Tips and Ideas on how to train your Parrot at home

Training parrots has many advantages, such as teaching in a few simple commands to handle your parrot easier and strengthen the bond with your parrot. It's not just entertainment as a parrot can talk and do tricks. Of course the success of the training process parrots mean much praise and attention along with favorite treats.

Keep it positive

It is very important to its success. There are three principles for parrot training:

First If your parrot does something right -> give him a treat
Second If he does something not feel right -> ignore
Third Never punish your parrot

Training parrots processing your goal is simple, if your parrot is behaving properly, give him a treat like a favorite food treat or a play session and ignore the bad things. Also, even a simple praise or a toy is precious motivation for some birds. Do not forget to ignore the bird when the bird is somewhat undesirable. A negative reaction is so attentive, if your parrot needs your attention, he will accept it as a reward. He may think that negative attention is better than no attention. It is much better decision and ignore the unwanted behavior will soon cease. This pod is what your approach to training and retention process is positive:

• Train your bird only when you feel relaxed, since the training requires patience!
• Choose a time when your bird is alert and not distracted by preening, eating, or household activities.
• Heart rate training as a few minutes at a time divided into several times a day is more effective.
• Select a particular favorite reward
• If your bird does something well, do not give a treat every time, otherwise your bird will do if you have a treat handy.
• End each session on a positive way, providing a treat for a good test of a successful attempt and move on to something else.
• Training should be fun for your bird.

Very Basic Training Parrots: Step Up and Step Down

Choose one or two things to teach your parrot. They can train your parrot to move your wrist or finger or a perch that you hold in your hand on command, and he comes back. These are simple but essential skills. Intensification of command is generally easy to train, because it is a natural movement of a bird (resignation is a bit difficult to teach).

If you teach your bird to step up and step down on command will handle it much easier and you will be able to what limits set for your bird. You can then return the bird back to play gym or cage or easy to remove him from the fields of home, there are bird-proof. Even if you have a baby bird too early to begin to step up and step down commands are still a good idea. It allows you to specify a number of positive reinforcement, and it is a good basis for training your parrots in several skills in the future.

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