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Follow these 14 bird tips to help hand train your parakeet.

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How to Train Your Parakeet to Be Handled - Pets

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This method explains how to train your parakeet not to bite you. A lot of people are afraid to get near a 'mean' parakeet. Don't because the bite isn't that bad ;). You have to let your keet know whos boss around here. You know.. besides. like your dad or something like that.
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The first steps in training your parakeet are simple and can start with your bird inside its cage. Most parakeets come from pet shops clipped, and so they will be very fearful of people as clipping has meant in the past that they were forced to interact with humans rather than choosing to. Because parrots resort to “fight or flight”, and clipped birds don’t have the option of flight, clipped birds tend to fight (ie: BITE!)

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The words you use can affect how quickly they will repeat them. Parakeets are best with words with hard syllables, such as , or . Words that begin with or are also good to use in teaching the parakeet. A traditional phrase such as isn't very good to train your parakeet with, since it is . Only when he repeats the first phrase should you move on to a second one.

The words you use can affect how quickly they will repeat them. Parakeets are best with words with hard syllables, such as , or . Words that begin with or are also good to use in teaching the parakeet. A traditional phrase such as isn't very good to train your parakeet with, since it is . Only when he repeats the first phrase should you move on to a second one.