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     A Pet Parrot For You   

By: Dane Stanton

You and your family have just moved into a beautiful new house and after several days of unpacking you realize that something just is not right. It feels a little bit too empty around the place. The atmosphere is too quiet for your liking. What do you do? You go out and buy a pet but you are not sure what pet would be best for you and your family and not only that, you want to have something different from most families. What animal will fit this description? How about a pet parrot?

A pet parrot is probably one of the best children friendly pets you can possibly get as long as you, the owner, makes sure he or she is trained right from the time you first purchase your bird. You are probably saying to yourself right now, "How do I train a parrot? I mean I have no experience. I've never owned a pet parrot before in my life!" Well neither did I, so I went out and asked around. I sort help and it took me a long time before I was able to have a fully trained pet parrot in my house. Fortunately there are more resources out there on the market now so it should not take you too long to get to this same point.

There are things you have to know about owning a pet parrot before you decide to take the plunge. Parrots have the tendency to scream a lot and this can get very annoying for you and especially your neighbors. Therefore this will be one of the things you need to focus on first for your training. Fortunately this is probably the most simplest step towards having a fully trained parrot.

Another thing to remember is that your pet parrot will be very messy to begin with. Its cage will become dirty incredibly quickly therefore for the first month or so you will have to spend a lot of time cleaning your parrots cage. Leaving a cage dirty for a long period of time may result in your pet parrot contracting several unwanted and sometimes fatal diseases, so be careful.

Remember if you do decide to go out tomorrow and purchase your very own pet parrot, take into consideration all the things that have been said here. Some people do not realize before it is too late that a parrot, like any pet is a lot of responsibility and it requires a lot of care and attention. It is recommended that you buy two parrots so they can amuse each other for the times when you are not around. However in saying all this owning a pet parrot can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life so enjoy!

About the Author: Dane Stanton is the owner of ParrotTrainingReview.com which is an extensive review of the top parrot training courses on the internet. Find which course is best for you and your parrot! http://www.ParrotTrainingReview.com

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