September 7 @ 7:30pm EST | $30.00
Approximately 1.5 Hr
Consent is your parrot’s ability to communicate “yes” and “no” to you. It is a simple technique, yet once learned, your parrot is no longer the passive recipient in a benevolent dictatorship – they become opinionated co-authors of their own life experiences!
What if you could ask your parrot:
Do you want some warm tea?
Would you like a kiss? Or a pet?
Do you want to take a shower?
Would you like to go with Mom out in the car?
This introductory webinar covers the basic principles of target training, teaching your parrot to communicate “yes” and “no”, as well as a vocabulary development.
Stop guessing and start talking today!
How do I sign up? ????
Spaces are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. Click the Add To Cart button, then click View Cart, then Proceed to Cart.
In the Additional Information section please include your Facebook contact information as well as your name, your learner’s name, their favorite treats, and a little info about your cute baby!
Can I purchase the webinar for a friend as a gift? ????
Yes but the purchase will be done separately (one for each person) as the Email address and contact info is registered for each participant.
Can pets really learn to read? ????
Animals are astonishing scientists all the time with their abilities and skills. While reading is a complex cognitive process, at its heart it is simply the ability to memorize the sounds and symbols of 26 letters… and then to correlate those sounds and symbols to objects and ideas, building vocabulary.
We believe almost any pet can learn consent–the ability to communicate with you using yes/no flashcards and the heart of our Fundamentals of Learning class!
Is there any research on this? ????
Jennifer is collaborating with Dr. Susan Clubb, DVM and researcher Dr. Lynn Perry at the University of Miami to publish her methods and findings. ????????
Stay tuned for an upcoming announcement!
This is only a practice design setup in our research, and we’re still training the birds, but you can see Isabelle reading three-syllable words under blind conditions! (I can’t see the words on the binder!) 🙂