The beginnings of a parrot in a new home are usually hard and, therefore, it is normal that it does not speak. This is not to say that he will never speak at all. You simply need to adapt to the new site. So the most important thing to get your parrot to talk is to help it to adapt naturally to the new environment, get involved. Here we tell you how to make your parrot talk.

Steps to follow:

1. As mentioned above, the first thing to do is try to make the parrot adapt as well as possible to its new environment. For this it is necessary to find its place, a suitable place. Start with the cage. It depends on the size, find a cage that suits its needs, that is comfortable enough and in which the parrot is truly comfortable.

2. Second, place the parrot in a pleasant place where the temperature is suitable, the views are good, there is no bad smell or a lot of noise. Place the parrot cage in a place where it will not be disturbed, but which is close to people so that it can hear them and feel that it is part of the family, this will increase its comfort and it will be easier to get your parrot to talk .

3. Don’t pressure the parrot to talk and say the things you want to hear. You have to do it naturally. To start, get used to greeting him when you pass by, always in a pleasant way, in a simple way and with few words so that he can easily memorize them.

4. Repeat a lot, but without addressing the parrot, the phrase that you would like your parrot to learn. Repeat it when you are near him, if it can be, in a cheerful way, almost singing. Do it in a natural way, out loud and without showing that you are pressuring him. Repeat the phrase fitting it into what you do, as if it were not with him. This will help him memorize the words.

You should try to be consistent with actions, such as:

  • Always use the same greeting in the morning: “good morning.”
  • Before feeding him, tell him the same thing: “you want food.”
  • When he eats, ask him something like “is the potato good? Delicious?”
  • When you leave his field of vision say the same thing, something like “bye dear.”

Obviously it does not depend only on you but also on your entire family environment. Talk to them and tell them about the phrases to choose because if everyone speaks differently, the little animal can get confused and never memorize any words (remember that the key is to repeat, repeat and repeat). When the parrot begins to speak, try more complex sentences, as if the parrot were a smart child. Challenge him to speak better.

5. Second, place the parrot in a pleasant place where the temperature is suitable, the views are good, there is no bad smell or a lot of noise. Place the parrot cage in a place where it will not be disturbed, but which is close to people so that it can hear them and feel that it is part of the family, this will increase its comfort and it will be easier to get your parrot to talk .

6. Don’t pressure the parrot to talk and say the things you want to hear. You have to do it naturally. To start, get used to greeting him when you pass by, always in a pleasant way, in a simple way and with few words so that he can easily memorize them.

7. Repeat a lot, but without addressing the parrot, the phrase that you would like your parrot to learn. Repeat it when you are near him, if it can be, in a cheerful way, almost singing. Do it in a natural way, out loud and without showing that you are pressuring him. Repeat the phrase fitting it into what you do, as if it were not with him. This will help him memorize the words.

You should try to be consistent with actions, such as:

  • Always use the same greeting in the morning: “good morning.”
  • Before feeding him, tell him the same thing: “you want food.”
  • When he eats, ask him something like “is the potato good? Delicious?”
  • When you leave his field of vision say the same thing, something like “bye dear.”

Obviously it does not depend only on you but also on your entire family environment. Talk to them and tell them about the phrases to choose because if everyone speaks differently, the little animal can get confused and never memorize any words (remember that the key is to repeat, repeat and repeat). When the parrot begins to speak, try more complex sentences, as if the parrot were a smart child. Challenge him to speak better.

8. Take care of your parrot, pamper it and keep it close to the area where the family gathers. This way you will feel like part of the family, you will feel comfortable and loved to start talking and relaxing.

9. It is advisable not to teach him ugly words. If you do, your parrot could possibly repeat them to strangers and they can give a bad answer. Situations like these can make the parrot feel bad. It is about making the animal feel comfortable and loved. If you associate talking with unpleasant moments, it can cause him to stop talking. Also, you should avoid training cassettes as they stress parrots. Make the teaching action exciting for the animal, not torture.

 

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