Parrots are clever creatures, and for them to share our lives and homes, it’s important we take the time to learn and understand them. When we don’t we can inadvertently be the cause of, and unknowingly reward unwanted behaviours including feather plucking and excessive screaming.
With the right technique of positive re-enforcement and a little patience, anybody can train a Parrot to do relatively simple skills like step up, but sometimes when a behaviour is particularly difficult or destructive you may need to call in the experts.
Below you’ll find details for well-respected Parrot Behaviourists, Trainers and Consultants.
A Clinical Animal Behaviourist who has been working with humans and their pets for over 20 years. Along with her dogs Elaine lives with two 2 Grey Parrots & 1 Timneh Parrot.
She offers online and face to face consultations and her contact details are listed below:
Elaine Henley P.G.Dip CABC
International award-winning trainer Mike Simmons offers husbandry and welfare advice and advice on training. His consultations are usually face to face only.
Here are his contact details:
Phone: 01842 828875
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Please let us know in the comments if we have missed any.trainers in the comments below.
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