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Banish Bad Behavior

8 tips to bring out your bird's best behavior.

By Rebecca Sweat

Banish Bad Behavior openerSooner or later, your parrot is bound to do something you don’t like. Perhaps it nips at you when you ask it to step on your finger, chews the antique chair you inherited from your grandmother, attacks a family member, or demands your attention by screaming. Maybe you’ve been struggling with your parrot’s bad habits for weeks or months and still it does the same naughty behaviors over and over again.

If so, chances are your're not using effective correction techniques. Discipline that is harsh, inconsistent or after-the-fact solve behavior problems.

For the full article, pick up the May 2012 issue of BIRD TALK at your local retailer or by purchasing a PDF download here.

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