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Training parrots to become the best companions requires dedication, patience, and love. By creating a positive and stimulating environment, using positive reinforcement, and prioritizing their physical and emotional well-being, you can establish a fulfilling and lifelong bond with your feathered friend. Enjoy the journey of training and watch as your parrot becomes the best companion you could ever hope for.


  1. Socializing the parrot early: We believe in exposing our parrots to various environments and people from a young age. This helps them become comfortable with different sights, sounds, and interactions, including children. We start by introducing our parrots to calm and well-behaved children in a controlled environment.

  2. Creating a safe and comfortable environment: We make sure our parrots have spacious cages with plenty of toys, perches, and fresh food and water. We place the cages in central areas of our homes where the parrots can observe family activities and interact with children.

  3. Gradual introductions: At first, we let our parrots observe children from a safe distance without direct contact. This allows the parrots to become familiar with their presence and voices. Over time, we gradually introduce closer interactions, always monitoring our parrots' behavior and body language.

  4. Teaching gentle handling: We instruct children on how to interact with the parrots gently and calmly. We teach them to avoid sudden movements, loud noises, and grabbing the birds. We encourage them to offer treats or toys to the parrots, allowing positive associations to form.

  5. Positive reinforcement: We make sure to reward our parrots with treats, praise, or their favorite toys whenever they exhibit friendly behavior towards children. This reinforces the positive association between the parrots, children, and rewards.

  6. Supervising interactions: We always supervise interactions between our parrots and children, especially in the beginning stages. This ensures the safety of both the parrots and the children. We teach children to respect the parrots' boundaries and to stop interacting if the parrots seem stressed or uncomfortable.

  7. Consistency and routine: We establish a consistent routine for our parrots' interactions with children. Regular, short sessions where positive experiences are reinforced help build trust and familiarity.

  8. Patience and time: We understand that building a bond between a parrot and children takes time and patience. Every parrot is unique, so we respect their individual personalities and pace of progress.

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