Lovebirds have two advantages. One, they are intelligent,
and the other, they are fairly easy to train. A lovebird
training can teach your bird to talk, perform tricks,
and perch on your hand, shoulder or head. Lovebirds
are loving and social creatures, so make sure of training
To train a lovebird you will need
patience and time.The first step in training lovebirds
is to get the bird used to your hand. You must be
very careful while you are doing this. The lovebird
may get afraid when it sees your hand in its cage.
It may bite you too. Don't lose your calm and for
God's sake, don't yell at the cute bundle of feathers!
Train a lovebird well and your bird will
perch on your finger in no time.Training lovebirds
also involves not leaving the bird lonely in its cage.
Training a lovebird has been my subject
of research for the last twenty years now and Nathalie
Roberts.' ebook has fascinated me the most in all these
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This fun-to-watch video is absolutely free for all who
This is a one-stop solution to all lovebird training problems.
It is not just a book or a video. It is your chance to
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