This Is How I Train Baby Budgies? (all You Need to Know)

Baby budgies and parakeets will be finger-trained and taught to talk. Budgies learn to talk by mimicking the intonations of the words they hear.

Budgies love treats and will quickly recognize your voice.

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Start using instructions like “Step Up!” and “Step Down!”

when talking to your budgie. Have your finger super-close, but not so close that your bird can just step up.

This teaches your bird to be comfortable with being wrapped in a towel when it is sick.

How to Tame a Parakeet

Taming budgies is a simple but time taking process. The best time to tame a budgie or parakeet is when the bird is over six weeks old and less than six months old.

If you want to hand train a parakeet, give it a spacious cage in a well-lit room and talk to it frequently so it will feel comfortable around you. At first he will leap off of your hand in fear of the movement but over time he will get used to it.

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How to Potty Train Budgie

If you notice your bird poops every seven minutes or so, place him or her over the designated space. If he or she spends a lot of time caged, a potty spot inside the cage would be more appropriate.

It is also important to ensure that your budgie is conversant with your house. Stay focused and consistent.

Positive reinforcement is the key to successful potty training.

Tricks to Teach Parakeets

Choose an appropriate object for your bird to play with and say Fetch when it takes it in its beak. When it drops the object, say Drop it.

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