The “Power Pause” Video

It’s an impressive video.

Make sure you try out the techniques and let me know how they work for you.

http://ttp-videos.s3.amazonaws.com/PowerPause_v4.flv

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I have a downloadable package called “Easy Parrot” based on proven techniques… and you can actually download the “eBook” version of it right now, and be reading it within a few minutes.

You can download it here:

http://www.TheTameParrot.com/cb/

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  1. Jan Cooper says:

    Can you use clicker training in the opposite way – eg. Click when the bird chews shoes, bites fingers and will not let go? My Galah Ollie steps up OK but when you go to place him back in his cage, he holds on to my hand/fingers and will not let go. I tell him ‘home’ on the way to the cage and ‘up’ when he gets inside. I also say ‘no biting’ in a raised voice but this does not seem to be working. Any comments please. Thanks.

  2. Hyde says:

    In my opinion.. no you can’t use the clicker for “bad” behavior. Birds measure excitement in levels. Rewording good behavior and not responding to bad behavior has worked wonders in our birds. (We have two birds, Boo Boo and Skully)
    Before the birds have play time we go through the “play zone” making sure doors are shut, window closed and personal items are put away.

  3. jan says:

    all these birds stand still on there cages. When i let my african grey out it just goes beserk and i cant get near her. any advice

  4. adeel says:

    PLZ PLZ PLZ
    the full clip is not opening i want to see this but plz any one help me.

    thanks

  5. Beverly says:

    This power pause training is something that I will try with our rescued cockatoo.
    She is teriffied of hands, and it has taken me a few months to get Baby to “step up” but she only will step up to an elbow, not a hand.

    This may let her free herself from some of her fear.

    Thank you for the video.

    Beverly berkowitz

  6. Petra says:

    Hi

    Everyone seems to have a LARGE bird, however mine is a small yellow breasted lorikeet, named Ricky, he is fast and very quick.

    He does not bite or scream, but I would like to have him potty trained. I have asked many bird lovers (including Chet), but have not had success.

    Can anyone help me plz?

    Petra

  7. Margarita says:

    WHERE CAN YOU GET THE CLICKER? IS THAT GOOD FOR TALKING, HOW DO YOU TEACH A BIRD TO TALK?

  8. Wanda says:

    where do i get a clicker at to train my bird

  9. ishfaq says:

    hi guyz im ishfaq my uncle gifted me an congo african grey ..!! hez not tamed at all..!! he is juz lyk a new one ..!! the problem is this HEZ BITING ME..!! n he is afraid he is not doing any thing..!! plz tell me what to do..!!

  10. ishfaq says:

    hi guyz im ishfaq my uncle gifted me an congo african grey ..!! hez not tamed at all..!! he is juz lyk a new one ..!! the problem is this HEZ BITING ME..!! n he is afraid he is not doing any thing..!! i want him to touch me ..!! and stand on my hand…!! where can i get clicker..??

  11. shane says:

    hi

    a indian ringneck flew into my yard i adobted him
    got him a cage and all he needs
    he tends to bite hands and only gets onto my arm his very nervous
    hewill kiss my face but hands are a no for him??
    where do i start?
    ive become attached to the bird even named him, my first bird
    can you help me with answer

    regards
    shane

  12. Arthur says:

    I am unable to view the video. It takes more than an hour to view 5min. Please advise.

  13. spinage says:

    I’m from Trinidad and Tobago, i can’t even get close to my parrot to touch him/her, i have been using the target practice he comes on to the stick that i’m holding in my hand to touch the target but he/she is terrified of my hands he just doesn’t want to step on to my hands,i don’t know if it is because i use to handle him/her witha glove from before i need some help please.