A book by Barbara Heidenreich< read all 1 reviews
There was a time when it simply did not occur to behaviorists to follow the newer ideals used with dogs and horses of "keeping it positive" when working with parrots. Parrots, which have long been considered ornaments and non-animals have actually proven themselves to be just as intelligent and interactive as a dog. (If not more so...my grey parrot often instructs the dogs on the dos and don'ts in my household.) If you don't believe the possibilities read about thefamous parrot Alex.
Heidenreich was one of the first to bring the focus of positive reinforcement, long used as a standard with free flight parrots in bird shows, to the world of the companion parrot. This easy to read and simple to implement book will get you oriented and on the way to training with a positive focus and getting your parrot on track to be a great complement to your household and a wonderful interactive companion.
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