In the meantime cockatoos training, Wayne named the playful and friendly fellow “Polygon”. And to his shock, Polygon talked… and it wasn’t just “Hello” he was saying. Polygon’s chatting was a little more “complicated”…
As we listened to the many strange and wonderful things this Cockatoo could say, Wayne and I laughed so hard it brought tears to our eyes!
Polygon had just made me become a passionate Cockatoo lover. I never imagined that Cockatoos could be so charming and funny, and I never really had even imagined owning one.
For the last 12 years, I’ve learned A LOT about these feathered friends – mostly through the school of hard knocks (or should I say “bites”)! I’ve gathered literally hundreds of tips and tricks on how to keep Cockatoos happy and health and, if you let me, I want to share this knowledge to help YOU in your journey to successfully resolve the Cockatoo challenges you might be facing.
I want to share with you my passionate cockatoos training quest to have the happiest, healthiest, and funniest Cockatoos possible!
For Many Cockatoo Owners, Having A Funny, Talking, Affectionate Cockatoo Is Too Sadly Only A Dream
But wouldn’t it be great to have access to expert Cockatoo training knowledge that might make your dream have more chance of becoming reality?
I mean, I too have certainly discovered that not all Cockatoos are like Polygon at first…
Are you dealing with sore, even bloody fingers (bitten to death), ringing ears (those sonic screams), or simply a Cockatoo that refuses to speak… And you have no clue why he is mute as a fish, bites, or screams despite your best determined efforts?
I bet you didn’t realize owning a Cockatoo would be so emotionally involving!
Cockatoos can BITE in cockatoos training
If you haven’t already noticed, when some of these guys bite, they don’t mess around… We’re talking about beaks that Mother Nature designed to crack open hard nuts or rip through tough wood. You don’t want these razor-sharp “feathered-pruners” snapping at your soft fingers… or worse… towards ears and eyes…
And what about when your Cockatoo becomes, or IS already, a constant screamer?
Cockatoos can SCREAM in cockatoos training
You know it’s getting bad when your guests involuntarily spill their drinks after an 80-decibel Cockatoo scream, or when someone sits down quickly, holding their heart, worried that they might faint from the noise!
Some birds even scream at night… Talk about a sleepless, wide-awake nightmare… And not just for you, also for your local angry neighborhood!