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Stackable Birdcages

Training your parrot is one of the most challenging aspects of parrot ownership. Cleaning your stackable birdcages and feeding your pet regularly are easy tasks compared to training your bird. But with a little effort, you will soon learn to enjoy this challenge. The rewards are simply too many to number. With consistent effort, you will have a well-trained parrot that is a delight to be around.

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An ill-mannered parrot can be drudgery for everyone. A bird who does not know how to behave may sit in his stackable birdcages or stainless birdcage screaming on the top of his lungs for hours on end. She may try to bite your hand every time you open the door to her scalloptop birdcage or stainless birdcages. Some birds may become so aggressive that their owners are afraid to open their stacked birdcages or stainless birdcages for fear of being attacked. This is no way to live with a parrot!


Take Your Pets Out of Their Stackable Birdcages for Training Sessions Regularly

When training your bird, your first goal is to teach them basic manners. Birds need to understand that you are the boss and that there are certain behaviors you will not tolerate (such as excessive screaming). In order for your training to be effective, you must take your parrots out of their stackable birdcages or scalloptop birdcage for training on a regular basis. Ideally, you should spend 10-20 minutes each day teaching your bird good manners. If this is not possible, strive for at least 3 times a week. Try to make training sessions fun and enjoyable. If you do this, your bird will eagerly wait for your to open the door to his stainless birdcage or stacked birdcages so he cam learn something new (parrots love to learn).

Never get angry or impatient with your bird during training sessions. If you start to feel agitated, gently place your bird back in his stackable birdcages, until you have calmed down. No one said training a parrot was easy! It takes time and lots of patience. Just remember the rewards of doing it—a well-trained, fully-tamed parrot who is a delight to be around.