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Postby Michael » Wed Jul 07, 2010 6:46 pm

I'd like to hear your comments, suggestions, and requests about the trainedparrot blog. Afterall it is written for all of you so any feedback will just help me make it more enjoyable for my loyal readers.
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby MandyG » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:37 pm

I think the blog is working great! Great flow between the forum and the blog, it's very easy to comment and to flip between the two.

The only thing I've noticed is that the smilies don't work on the Blog. It makes the comments look a little funny when you're viewing them from the blog and the images don't work. Is there any way to correct that?
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby Michael » Thu Jul 15, 2010 1:47 pm

I will eventually but it's quite difficult so I'm leaving that off for now. That's why I warn that extra forum features and formatting may not work so it's best to make purely text responses.
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby skeetersunconure » Thu Jul 15, 2010 2:24 pm

i think its great! it is really interesting to see how you are training truman because kili turned out to be a great bird i have always wondered how you trainied her so thanks! :mrgreen:
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby kiwitheparakeet » Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:47 pm

i just got a new budgie :budgie: he is very playful. i am teaching him up now, after two weeks i had him, and he wont accept treats from my hand. he wont learn the trick unless he eats the treat. i took his food away for 10 hours, and he still wont accept treats please respond as fast as you can :thumbsup: :budgie:
Kiwi, My first bird :budgie:
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby GlassOnion » Mon Jul 25, 2011 9:35 am

Do not fast him for 10 hours. Birds die within a few days of starvation, 10 hours is painful or the bird and very unhealthy.
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby laducockatiel » Wed Jul 27, 2011 6:55 am

Blog is really good! Really helpful and using the blog I trained my cockaytiek flight recall!
My blog: http://the-buzz-online.weebly.com


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- Malcolm X"
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby cornettocockatiel » Fri Jan 13, 2012 4:27 pm

The blogs great!!! It has some really informative stuff, keep it up!
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby friend2parrots » Tue Nov 27, 2012 7:37 pm

Michael, wanted to offer my feedback of your entire website here - your Trained Parrot Blog is fantastic. I have learned so much from your articles. I've read through nearly all of them, many even before I joined as a member. And the videos interspersed with them are so helpful too. sometimes they don't work anymore, but I am usually able to find the same video directly on the youtube site when I enter the name of the video in the search box.

thanks for keeping the blog and the forum going, its really great work you've done with this entire site and your dedication to parrots overall. I appreciate this forum and blog because its the only one I have been able to find which has as its grounding philosophy that parrots SHOULD be kept flighted. I fully agree with this position, and am simply fed up with parrot "experts", vets, breeders, and shops saying that its a "choice" or a "preference", or most absurdly, a "safety" thing. So I'm grateful for the committed stance you've taken on this issue.

You have done such a fine job with your birds. My birds and I are learning a lot every day from this website. Thanks again!
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Re: TrainedParrot Blog Feedback

Postby Rebellious » Tue Oct 15, 2013 6:59 pm

I really like your blog, I've read everything. Keep doing it!
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:cockatoo: Rebel
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