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Command "Come" for pet birds

"Come" command is basic and most important for birds kept as pets. Not only will you use this command in everyday interactions with your pet bird but it is essential to know how to command respect when you are visited by a veterinarian. To enjoy the full attention of the bird during the sessions of "training" is very important to choose a suitable location.

Birds are very sensitive animals to what is happening around them and the winged emotional state often depends on how they perceive the environment in which they are. To ensure that the bird feels comfortable, try to use a well lit room and pale. This location should be away from the bird cage and any other source that might distract inaripatei. When you choose a place to begin to learn different bird orders, make sure that all doors and windows are closed. This will help keep attention awake to protect bird and animal if it is bored and wants to fly somewhere else.

If you just bought a bird, the first session of "training" can be quite frightening for her. Choosing a place to feel comfortable passing will not only facilitate the communication between owner and pet but will also help long-term relationship between man and winged friend. As in most cases the training, the birds learn best when they feel comfortable and have fun.

Most birds are quite "talkative", but often can relieve his master's voice. Before starting a session of "training" the bird, speak them and play with winged for it to understand that participating in an activity interesting and fun.

Rewards are usually used to end an order but does not hurt to give some small snacks and early "training" to start the lesson in a pleasant atmosphere. Using the methods of "fool" the rewards of the animals during training sessions is very effective, especially for fearful animals or reluctant to cooperate. Remember that fun atmosphere for birds is very important in maximizing the effects of "training."

Once you find the best place for training sessions and bird feels at ease, you can begin to learn the command "Come". Do not forget to smile and keep a positive tone during the lessons. Follow these steps to ensure that the bird will learn more easily:

1. Stretch your hand easy to bird. Some birds may be afraid of sudden movements or are not used to being handled. Be sure to start slowly and calmly move to avoid a situation in which the bird is frightened.

2. Finger lightly on the abdomen bird. If you have a large bird, use forearm. Many birds will move forward if you feel pressure on your stomach.

3. Using a calm and pleasant voice, say "Come". With regular training, the bird will recognize the command and will come only on your finger or hand.

Although all birds are different and learn faster or slower, this simple but important command is generally possessed by most winged after only a few training sessions. You might be surprised bird exceptional ability to learn new things. Birds, like other pets, should be rewarded when successfully carried out an order. Winged receiving much encouragement from some learners are very responsive owner.

Try to set a time during the day in which to conduct lessons with your bird. If you manage to incorporate sessions "training" in the bird's daily routine, it will look forward to training time. The program also will help set the bird to retain more information that he received during class.