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|Written Dec 5, 2004
From: Nathalie Roberts
Baby! Light my fire!”
Parrots can BITE!!!
smokes! Parrots can SCREAM!!!
enough scary Parrot talk…
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Course Has Done A
Great Amount With My Parrot.”
My Parrot now is very friendly towards everybody and looks
forward to getting out of his cage and onto people’s hands.
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But None Have Been So Helpful And Easy To Understand As
Your Training Course.”
Thank you so much for your training course it has worked
wonders with my Parrot Sam, his talking has improved,
and I am much more confident in handling him and understanding
I would highly recommend
I can honestly say that all your hard work and effort
you have put into this training course have benefited
me and my Parrot.
Thank you very much,
after reading your book I can now see where I went wrong before!”
have had parrots before, and did not really expect much of
them (and to be honest they developed bad habits that drove
me absolutely crazy)! Of course, I want totally eager to get
another when my daughter asked, but after reading your book
I can now see where I went wrong before!
Parrots are actually
very intelligent and friendly pets! My family and
I have applied your “secrets” and we have not only
learned a great deal about the species, but have also had
great results! Our parrot is very much a part of
our family! We have even established a evening routine. Of
course, the kids let him out daily after school, but during
the afternoon/evening routine, is the part I enjoy most.
as we call him, is so affectionate and social I can
hardly believe it! My previous birds flew away from
us, biting us if we ever got too close, but Purple actually
flies to us! He goes from one family member to the next, over
and over (even my “rowdy” 3-year old) and affectionately
“cleans” or “kissing” each of us as he
goes along. He is even attempting to make friends
with our cat!
Thank you for being
interested in your customers! 🙂 I am looking forward to reading
your entire book, because I know there is much more to learn.
I will read your course over and over again, it is a great
I have been meaning
to write and let you know how very useful and informative
I found your bird training course. As a first-time Parrot
owner I was impressed with the wealth of information on my
bird’s diet, health and behaviour. The section on interpreting
my bird’s body language was particularly useful as it taught
me to gauge T’wee’s moods and determine how and when to approach
him just by watching what he does.
Prior to reading
the training course, I had only a limited idea of the intelligence,
memory and learning capabilities of parrots. Now my
adolescent bird is talking and singing a blue streak, yawning
every time we say “night-night” to him, and learning
to shake hands. Your course has enabled me and my
family to bring out the best in our bird; we enjoy teaching
and playing with him and are constantly amazed at how quickly
he is able to learn new things using the simple but effective
methods we have learned from your e-book.
it to any bird owner who wants the best for their pet
I will read
your course over and over again, it is a great reference guide.
I thouroughly have faith in your training course… Thanks
from Cheeky and I”
purchased your training course for fear of ending up with
an uncontrollable bird. Cheeky did not want to come
to me but ran from me and nipped a little. I started putting
Cheeky with me in the kitchen when I cooked, he sits in an
old colander hanging above my sink, and I also take Cheeky
in the shower with me just to spend some quality time. Much
better and is not so nippy. Cheeky is also starting to try
to talk too. I started with something simple. I make the kissy
sound then say Kiss Kiss.
After the first day,
Cheeky started to try to repeat the word. The kissy sound
is perfect but the words Kiss Kiss still are somewhat scratchy.
I’m sure he will improve. I thouroughly have faith
in your training course and am sure Cheeky will come a long
way. Thanks from Cheeky and I
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Keep up the good work and if you come up with new stuff let
found that the best part of your course is in the educating
yourself on behalf of your bird and learning why they do what
they do. You also stress the part of spending quality time
and the placing of your bird in the house where they can see
and hear you.
an eight month old parrot and already it is spoiled and thinks
it is and has always been a part of the family. I
can’t remember having so much fun. Gracie jumps down
off her perch and wonders through the house looking for me
if I stay old, her vocabulary is amazing. She rattles on for
45 minutes at a time. She is constantly learning new
words and phrases.
it is because where I read that you should spend quality time
with them and become their friend. She has bonded with both
my wife and me and either one of can and does feed and baths
her. She likes to sit on my shoulder and watch t.v. while
i feed her sun flower seeds.She has from spending time, learned
to trust me and I am sure that I now have been adopted as
part of her flock.
up the good work and if you come up with new stuff let me
am very glad we purchased your training couse… it will help
us in the long run”
I am writing
back about your training course. My husband and i have been
reading and searching for the right bird for us we have actually
decided to go with a parrot at petsmart in burnsville minnesota.
we have spent alot of time looking, holding, and playing with
all different birds. I have read some of your training course
and it has helped minumize alot if pet stores that dont take
care of there birds properly.
am very glad we purchased your training couse and i believe
it will help us in the long run with our dusky.
has now really become the family bird…
your course was worth every cent…”
With regard your
training course my comments are as follows:
I wish I had got
your course before getting my parrot. I found I was really
struggling with my parrot as he would only allow me to touch
Since sharing your
course with the whole family, we have progressed to the level
where my wife can now pick him up and take him around the
house, in fact he now even follows her even when I’m in the
room. He is far more tolerant of the children (5 & 7 Yrs)and
has now really become the family bird, not just mine.
on diet and health were very informative and helpful.
You also provide insight on maintaing your parrot, after reading
this I was horrified at how my birds wing had been clipped.
On the whole your course was worth every cent, and my family
and my self refer back to it continually. Potty training was
also helpful and we are halfway there with having our bird
Laezonia, South Africa
course was helpful, especially
the chapter on problem behaviors…”
I invested in your
training course after purchasing a young female parrot. She
was hand fed as a baby, but then the pet store made the mistake
of putting her back in a cage with her siblings. She had become
hostile and fearful of humans, and the pet store employees
had nicknamed her “Jaws” because of her defensive
biting when they caught her with their hands.
I’m a counselor,
so I love a challenge, and I felt a bond when the little creature
cuddled under my flannel shirt. I tood her home and named
was helpful, especially the chapter on problem behaviors and
how to get your parrot to love you. In no time, she
was stepping up onto a wooden perch, and she has not seriously
bitten me now in about 3 weeks. To the contrary, she skitters
to the end of the wood perch I use to Step Up, and cuddles
in the hollow of my hand inisisting I rub her head and neck.
It’s pretty amazing. It was also helpful to know which fruits
and veggies I can safely feed my bird.
I find a parrot
the perfect bird for a middle aged professional who works
long hours at the office. Her life expectancy does not exceed
mine, which is one less worry.
Her playpen is small
enough to sit on the end table next to my recliner while I
read or watch TV, allowing us daily time together. They naturally
like to hide in pockets and shirts, which makes them adorable
you so much for your
insight and practical tips…”
Your training course
was of immense help to me. Even with limited time due to two
new babies in the house – one of the bird variety and one
of the human variety, I have seen a dramatic change in the
way that my parrot interacts with me and my husband.
I was concerned when
we first bought him as he was showing an extreme level of
nervousness and aloofness as birds tend to do, however I beleive
it is your program that has trained us to interact with our
so much for your insight and practical tips. I will
not hesitate to recommend your training program to any bird
material is easy to read for everyone and simple to follow…”
I haven’t actually
completed reading the entire course material, however, what
I will say is that what I have read, I have learned from.
My children and I are the proud owners of three lovely colourful
birds (Ohla, Beeker & Baby Blue). Ohla had a tendency
to bite my two year old daughter who enjoys walking around
with all three on her shoulders or in her hair (the biting
has stopped). Once and a while she tries, but we follow what
you recommend and it doesn’t occur for long periods of time
My thirteen year
old takes showers with all three of them and it completely
calms them down. We never knew you could! They really
enjoy their showertime. Baby Blue is now sticking
her entire head into the water reservoir, which she never
did before beginning her shower regime.
My son who is eleven
takes part in their development as well, so the whole family
is really enjoying these little creatures. They don’t just
remain in their cage.
is easy to read for everyone and simple to follow.
We’re happy we found you on the internet. My two year old
daughter also likes to have them on the edge of the tub when
she takes her bath and they are happy to stay there!
the tips, they sure have helped.
was scared to death of me at first until I purchased your
I was really depressed
because I got sick and had to retire early.I bought a parrot
which I named “chi-chi”.He was scared to death of
me at first until I purchased your course.Now he is tamed
and knows I am his other “Daddy”.He is a
very happy bird.Sings “All’ day long!He has added to
my life richly.Due to your course I was able to bring Much
“Joy”to his life as he brings to our home Thank
6 days with your course, Renge… is clearly saying Peekaboo,
Baby Bird, Cmon, and Goodnite.”
am thrilled with your parrot training course.
Your knowledge and understanding of these beautiful creatures
I am a
studio musician and producer, well known for playing the guitar
on such shows as Seinfeld and Married With Children as well
as being a member of the grammy award winning musical act
Manhattan Transfer, Jean Luc Ponty and rocker Bryan Adams.
a parrot named Renge. He loves to accompany me in he car,
in the recording studio and even for a ride on my scooter.
Although I have to use a leash on the scooter, your course
has helped me build a relationship with him, so he can be
free around the house as well as the recording studio.
days with your course, Renge who was already murmuring some
words, is clearly saying Peekaboo, Baby Bird, Cmon, and Goodnite.
he doesn’t yet do it on command ,but we are working on it.
I am also working on the response to my questions exercise
that you mention in your great book.
chapter on nutrition and feeding has opened a world of new
foods for him to enjoy. I had been feeding him only
“pretty bird” conure food and a piece of apple each
day. Now he enjoys fruits and veggies, pasta, and I’ve even
taken him to a couple of restaurants where he shares for example
..rice at the Mexican restaurant.
there is much fun work to do thanks to your
Secrets and I intend to get good at this, as he gets better
week there was a bird feeder making class at the HUTCHINGS
MUSEUM in Lehi Utah. I was invited to bring Renge, and the
20 or so children loved him. The museum upon hearing that
it was Renge’s birthday on May 1st (he will be 1 year) has
offered the museum for his birthday party. Now if that isn’t
a testament to him and your training methods, i don’t know
“…in less than 2 weeks she now
says ‘Hi Gabby, Hello, Love you too…'”
do I start about your training course, first I have been involved
with avians of all sorts but particularly parrots since I
was 8 years old… dating myself that would be 37 years. I
have always been to many bird seminars & I have tried
to read everything I can get my hands on about information
that I had not previously learned about or read elsewhere.
I had for
the most part been a parrot person. Your course has been especially
helpful in getting my parrot, Gabby started on her speech,
in less than 2 weeks she now says ”
Hi Gabby, Hello, Love you too & Gabby like?” I couldn’t
believe how quickly she started & how soon she perfected
the words, she speaks very clearly.
currently working on some trick ideas, as my daughter wants
to be on “Pet Stars” and is determined to take Gabby
shared some of your information on the biting & screaming
issues with a dear friend of mine (although I advised her
to purchase them for herself, which I believe she did), whom
rescued a Double yellow head, who had all his negitive behaviors
reinforced by his previous owners. She is reporting no blood
draw for over a week, and the screaming stops with just a
little “flock whistle” when she leaves the room.
So I must
thank you so much for myself, as well as my girlfriend she
was really getting close to the end which would’ve meant I
would have inherrited her bird & I am really quite content
at the moment with my pet numbers, so thank you again for
saving me from adopting one more parrot in need of reform,
by helping my girlfriend through your training courses, to
gain confidence, be able to read his body language & get
the upper hand back.
you so much for your courses they are wonderful, and anyone
thinking of getting a parrot should purchase them as well
as anyone currently sharing their life with a parrot or parrots.