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PostSubject: Your Pet Parrot   Fri Apr 09, 2010 7:42 pm

Your Pet Parrot


50 pages | PDF | 1.2 MB | English
Thinking About a Parrot For a Pet? Chances are pretty good that you have seen a parrot on television and fell in love with these intelligent members of the avian family. You may even have friends or family who own a parrot or two.

Regardless of your previous experience it’s important to make an intelligent and informed decision about adopting one of these wonderful feathered friends.

If you have other pets and/or children, then you need to be doubly aware of just how challenging an adoption like this can become.

The place to go for informed answers is not to the person you are buying from. There are many reputable dealers out there but for every reputable one there are two frauds.

You need to prepare yourself BEFORE you get to the “buying” stage. What are some of the questions you need to ask a potential seller? Here are just a few:

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How to use free research techniques to create customer focus
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How wild are these birds?
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What is the bird’s age?
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Where did this bird come from?
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Beware of money-hungry breeders!

Why do you want to purchase a parrot? This is not a trick question. Everyone has different needs and desires but when it comes to inviting an exotic creature such as a parrot into your home you had best know your motive.
Other Parrot Points to Ponder

Who will care for your parrot? Do you know what is entailed in the everyday care and feeding of a parrot? What else is there to think about? Let’s take a look:

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Is there an experienced bird veterinarian in your area?
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How much does the vet charge?
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Should you buy pet insurance?
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What kind of cage do you need?
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What about your other pets?
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What to feed your parrot.

Hmmm, it looks like there are many more questions than answers, doesn’t it? This is true. So how do you go about preparing for the potential purchase of a parrot?

Just like any other journey, you need to find answers to all your questions. Buying a parrot as a pet is an expensive proposition.
It’s one you should not take lightly.

We have the exact tool for you to read. “You and Your Parrot” is just what you need to answer all these questions and many more that you haven’t even thought of!

Written by a long-term parrot owner, Maureen Pace shares her hands on experience in simple terms. Her passion for her parrots is evident as she shares her stories and underpins this primer with her candid reflections, especially on the “do’s and don’ts.”

The chapter on training is most helpful and a definite must-have for anyone considering a parrot purchase. She leads you step-by-step through the primer and helps insure that you have the perfect experience with your parrot.

Grab a copy of “You and Your Parrot” BEFORE you buy and with Maureen’s help you, too, will agree to spread the word that parrots make the perfect pet!

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