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Learn the pet bird tips and tricks to a happy, healthy and emotionally stable pet cockatoo.

12 Secrets To A Happy Pet Cockatoo

Learn the pet bird tips and tricks to a happy, healthy and emotionally stable pet cockatoo.

By Sally Blanchard

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BIRD TALK magazine

Secret No. 1 To A Happy Pet Cockatoo
Foster Trust-Building Interactions With Your Cockatoo, Not Trust-Destroying Interactions
No matter how frustrated you become with your pet cockatoo, keep your cool. Slowing down your energy can make a big difference if your pet cockatoo is in overload behavior mode. Pet cockatoos are quite empathic, and a few deep breaths to relax ourselves often calms down pet birds in the throes of overload behavior. Punishment is trust-destroying and usually increases negative pet bird behaviors. Cockatoos thrive on positive attention and praise.

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