lzver wrote:I'm wondering how do I get him past being afraid of an object I want him to touch... Is it best to get him over that fear while he's still in his cage?
So I'm hoping that by doing some clicker and trick training with Lucy, I can get her to a point where she enjoys interacting with me a little more. I guess I'll start working on clicker conditioning with her and see where it goes from there. I already know she's a very smart bird, so I'm hoping to make some good progress with her.
minhta wrote:1. I have been told that when get a new bird, you should leave it alone for a few weeks, apart from feeding it so it can get use to its new home environment. Is this true or should I start training my parrot right away?
minhta wrote:2. Toys. Not part of this article but I thought I ask all questions here anyway. Should I put toys in the cage right away or will that be too distracting to a new bird? If I should not give it toys right away, when is a good time to put the toys in?
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