Potty Training Your Parrot

A step-by-step guide to potty training your bird! With potty training, your bird will enjoy much more freedom and you’ll have a peace of mind knowing you’re safe when your bird’s on your shoulder.

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18 Responses

  1. M Finamore
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    What do you think about a parrot who seem to save up his poop until he can let go when he's on my shoulder. FYI, we are bonded very well.

  2. where's my cat?
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    wow, thank you

  3. Mk Gamer
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    His bird was like D D D D D D D D D DROP THE BASE DH DH DH DH DH DH DH 😂 at 1:44

  4. Mythical Starrz
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    0:43 I think your bird lost a foot

  5. Bootman899
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    GO POTTY!!!

  6. Lavenderrose73
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    I found a stranded baby robin in my apartment stairwell once and took him in. Of course he tried to get away at first and I had to cup him with the foot tub (just a square tub) I would keep him in, and quickly gained his trust after feeding him some small bread pieces dipped in water, and (I think) within hours was able to hold him on my finger. Anyway, I started to catch on that when he shook his tail he was about to go, I started keeping a washcloth (used only for that) on my shoulder and would just hold him over that washcloth whenever he shook his tail. I went to Starbucks and ordered a latte to go with him on my shoulder one time, and I kid you not, he stayed on my shoulder the whole time! Lol

    It was Memorial Day weekend, that Sunday, when I found him so it wouldn't be until that Tuesday when I could go to the local pet shelter and pass him over to more capable hands. The little thing was singing along as I was singing Too Late to Turn Back Now in the car as I was driving him to the shelter! I went straight to Starbucks after that because otherwise I just wanted to cry after handing him over.

  7. Hakan Ozdemir
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    What if you say go poo and she goes but in 15 minutes time she needs to go again but thou didn't say go poo. Will she just do it on the floor

  8. Hakan Ozdemir
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    is there a way of getting the bird to only go poops when they need rather than you having to tell them every time. like a dog

  9. Hakan Ozdemir
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    is there a way of getting the bird to only go poops when they need rather than you having to tell them every time. like a dog

  10. Hakan Ozdemir
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    is there a way of getting the bird to only go poops when they need rather than you having to tell them every time. like a dog

  11. Hakan Ozdemir
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    is there a way of getting the bird to only go poops when they need rather than you having to tell them every time. like a dog

  12. John Di Francisco
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    I never knew this was possible! I was told and always believed that birds do not know or feel when they go. This explains a lot because I have always thought that the crows shit on my car on purpose. They can do a shit dive and let loose and get it directly underneath my side view mirror! Like 2 or 3 inches below it. It HAD to be planned :[

  13. stormy
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    I hate thinking about the birds that have become ornaments. Sooooo many, tooo many. Thank you for doing such wonderful videos!! Most humans can't stand any inconvenience and the first time well that animal is dumped somehow someway and I have to stop thinking about what animals have to go through with MOST humans. They have no idea that there is work and money involved but they also have no idea how precious, life confirming, health benefits up the ying yang it is to earn and know what it is like to have an animal's trust. It is an HONOR. Any animal. Birds are NOT CUDDLY, ha ha ha but your stormy is as cuddly as I could ever imagine. You need to do a video on how to react and act when your bird flies off! Unless, of course, your bird was being babysat by a duffus as long as you can see where your bird flies you follow! I actually cut her wings one day while camping so she could hang with me…10 hours later we are packing up to go and she takes off with only 2 lead feathers each wing…and flew beautifully. I was barefoot and had the sense to grab a bag of peanuts she knew the sound of.and started running (I am barefoot a lot and no big deal and no pain could stop me from running after her)…anyway, hubby shows up and isn't that helpful…she flies to a new spot…we are in the wilderness by the way…8 hours later and almost dark, I am shaking the peanuts and I know she is hungry and by golly! I hear her scream 'CRACKER'…she was in an understory tree that I climbed and by golly I grab her ass no matter what and I was ecstatic beyond words! I hate cutting her wings. She doesn't like to fly at all anymore but we do have workouts. People have to know they most certainly can get their bird back but it takes total focus and forget any appointments that might be in the way. I've helped others catch their birds and as long as you focus and stay as close as you can to where your bird went, you can get your bird back. Just hoping you can make a good video for this issue and don't your dare use Smokey for an example! Talk about clipping wings, obviously you don't which I understand!! But how to do it correctly. How to trim beaks! I see one here on clipping their nils….how about a video on FOODS! I breast fed my babies and chewed up proper food for them to eat, no baby food in jars! No cows or goats or soy milk for my babies! My girl doesn't like cheese, or chicken bones or most things unless we 'try out' by me chewing up a food and passing it to her. Sometimes that works. I worry about GMO seeds! What do you know about that? I do know my dogs got full of huge tumors because they had cheap dog food a few times in kennels when I've never had dogs with tumors. Luckily cats are carnivores and don't eat the GMO corn, beets, or whatever…this is a big big deal. I won't give Betty a CHIP corn chip that doesn't say NON GMO on the package. Dogs only live 10 to 15 years average but my dogs got tumors that were unbelievable. Our parrots will outlive us and food is critical to monitor. If we don't care or know enough not to be insistent on NON GMO we'd better for our parrot's sake!

  14. stormy
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    She always waits until I open her cage in the morning to take her main poop for the day. I've been using a paper towel 'target' and she dag gummit knows that that paper is to poop on. She knows!! But I am finding she misses on purpose…I only get wiggy and excited when she hits it…never thought to put much work into this!

  15. stormy
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    What is a 'reward'??? This is tough to understand, how funny! She gets whatever she asks for. What a picky picky girl…clickers? whoa.

  16. Nagol Bud
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    Hey! I have a baby Yucatan parrot… and he doesn't like sun flower seeds. He enjoys tortillas and corn mostly, but its hard to carry around wet tortillas or use corn as a reward as its most of his diet.. any ideas?! Sun flower seeds do not work at all, he actually seems to dislike them. He literally runs when I try to give him one. Tortillas and corn though, he runs at me like a hungry elephant.

  17. Zemog96
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    My parakeet poop's wherever valuable things are. on purpose.

  18. Anna Anna
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    Thanks for sharing your tips. I will try your way can't wait to bring my bird home ! ❤️

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