Is your Parrot intelligent? Smart enough to talk even? Would you like your Parrot to talk to you? Do you know how to teach your Parrot to talk?
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Most people only think that African Grey Parrots, Cockatoos or the larger Macaw Parrots are the only parrots that can talk. This is incorrect! Any parrot can learn to talk! All they need is the proper instruction and our course will teach it to you step by step.
You'll learn the best time of day to begin training, the deadly mistakes to avoid doing, how often you should work with your parrot, the kind of parrot that is most likely to talk, and much more.
Do you know how to teach your Parrot to talk?
Did you know that if you show enthusiasm over each phrase that you teach your parrot, he will pick up on your excitement and want to learn those funny sounds too?
When your parrot is ready to learn something, you'll see him stop and stare intently at you. His pupils will change as you speak or whistle. Try writing up a list of a few words, sentences, or even sounds that you eventually want your parrot to learn and recite them to your parrot whenever you remember. It is always best to repeat words with the same actions or at the same time of day, such as "Good Night" every night before you put your Parrot to sleep.
Keep in mind that you should always have a conversation with your Parrot rather than just talking to your Parrot. Try not to repeat a word over and over again, but instead have a chat with him. Describe to your Parrot what you are doing and always ask him what he is doing too. Remember to say hello when you come home and good bye when you leave for the day. Tell him you are going to work when you leave for work, tell him you're home when you return and ask him if he wants a grape when you are giving him a grape.
Wouldn't it be nice to be able to impress your friends and family members? Can you picture the looks on your friends' faces when they hear your parrot talking?
When teaching your parrot to talk, keep in mind that most of the larger handfed parrots, like African Greys, Cockatoos and Macaws may live up to 70 years or longer, if given a good diet and proper care. What sounds do you want to hear for the next seventy years? Obviously, if you don't like opera, then don't teach it to your parrot. A popular song or catchphrase today might be out of style tomorrow.
Are you careful when you speak in front of your Parrot?
Be careful of profanity, too. Many Parrots have had to find new homes because of their profane vocabulary, which is unfair to the parrot since he probably learnt those words hoping to please his owner in the first place!
Another tip to remember when you want to start teaching your parrot to talk is the location of his cage. Always place your parrot in a setting where he can learn from people, such as in the living room or family room. If your Parrot is in the company of good conversation and there is a lot of good stimulation as well as the right environment, then you will have a talking Parrot in no time!
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Did you know which Parrots talk the most and which Parrots are average or poor talkers?
- African Grey parrot
- Amazon Parrot
- Indian Ring Neck
- Blue & Gold Macaw
- Umbrella Cockatoo
- Rose Breasted Cockatoo
Average Talkers / Have a clear voice
- Eclectus Parrot
- Hyacinth Macaws
Poor Talkers / That scream more than talk
- Scarlet Macaw
- Quaker Parrot
- Female Budgies
- Female Cockatiels
Do you create an environment when you teach your Parrot to talk?
Remember when teaching your Parrot to talk, it is crucial that your Parrot only hears you. Do not have the TV or radio on as this type of noise can be very distracting. Always try and choose a time of day when you and your Parrot can have each other's undivided attention. Training a Parrot to talk this way is much easier and faster for both of you!
So if you are really interested in teaching your Parrot to talk and want to show him off to the rest of the world, then signing up for our course will be a surefire way to guarantee your Parrot's talking success!
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- Understanding your Parrot's mood and temperament to train your Parrot to talk
- Things to keep in mind while training your Parrot to talk
- Teach your Parrot simple tricks that will make him the most popular bird in the neighborhood
- Tips to remember while you are teaching your Parrot tricks
- Improve your Parrot's health with balanced & proper nutritious diet
- Effectively handle your Parrot's biting habits