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Tips to Make Veterinary Visits Stress Free

Tuesday, 25th November 2014Written By Barbara Heidenreich

Many of our pets don’t like going to the veterinary hospital. And it is difficult for us to see our companion animals upset. The good news is that training can really make a difference.

When it comes to companion Parrots there are very few behaviours they need to know that can really make a difference in veterinary care. Read this blog by Barbara Heidenreich to learn more.

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Christmas Toys for your Parrot

Friday, 21st November 2014Written By Northern Parrots

Christmas Day is fast approaching, but don't let your Parrot be the only member of the family without a present to open on December 25th, read this blog for some Christmas gift ideas for your feathered friend.

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Princess of Wales Fact Sheet

Tuesday, 18th November 2014Written By Rosemary Low

Rosemary Low take a look at the Princess of Wales Parrot. This charming looking bird has won over many a bird keeper with its friendly and attractive personality. Although it is relatively easy to keep, they do require a lot of space.

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Fracture Repair in Parrots

Tuesday, 11th November 2014Written By Northern Parrots

Richard Jones of Avian Veterinary Services has kindly written an article on Fracture Repair in Parrots. Have a read to find out how it happens, plus how you can contact the AVS team.

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Tips for Training Difficult Behaviours...Like Nail Trimming

Friday, 7th November 2014Written By Barbara Heidenreich

“Go Slow to Get There Fast” is a phrase you will hear me say over and over at my Parrot training workshops. It’s quirky, ironic, a little ambiguous...and it works to help caregivers achieve amazing behaviours.

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New Webinar Dates - Animal Training & Behaviour

Monday, 3rd November 2014Written By Barbara Heidenreich

Companion Parrot training and behaviour webinars available soon with professional animal trainer Barbara Heidenreich - places are limited - book now!

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Help! My Parrot Laid an Egg

Tuesday, 28th October 2014Written By Barbara Heidenreich

A veterinarian once said to me there are two times in birds life when it looks like it is dying. When it is dying and when it is laying an egg. It is no wonder I sometimes get emails from panicked parrot owners when they see their feathered friends “give birth” to an object that seems to be as big as their bird.

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Parrot Intelligence - PART 2

Tuesday, 21st October 2014Written By Dot Schwarz

Read Part 2 of Dorothy Schwarz's article on Parrot Intelligence; where she looks at the use of tools and how Parrots adapt. Plus real life stories from Parrot owners who believe their birds have shown true intelligence.

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Parrot Intellegence - PART 1

Tuesday, 14th October 2014Written By Dot Schwarz

We’re convinced that our birds are intelligent. By intelligent we mean the ability to learn facts and skills and apply them, especially when this ability is highly developed. Here’s a look at Parrots’ intelligence from my personal experience, and also from some recent research on intelligence in wild and captive Parrots.

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Lineolated Parakeet Fact Sheet

Wednesday, 8th October 2014Written By Rosemary Low

Rosemary Low takes a look at the Lineolated Parakeet. It's small size and very quiet voice makes them ideal beginner’s birds, being easy to care for and not too demanding as companions.

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