There’s nothing more special than bonding with your pet parrot especially when you learn how to teach your parrot to talk! If you’ve ever heard a parrot talk, you know it’s a pretty spectacular trick. Teaching a parrot to talk takes patience, a perch, and a lot of tasty treats. The types of birds that are known for talking are macaws, african grey parrots, cockatiels, and cockatoos. Although most pet birds are capable of mimicking sounds or vocalizing, most of the time it’s the big birds that tend to be more likely to talk. If you want to learn how to teach parrots to talk, just know that not all pet birds are prone to talking. Birds are all unique, just like people. Some pet birds are super social and tend to be on the chatty side. Other types of birds can be a little more shy. Even birds within the same species can be different. So if you’re wondering “Can a parrot talk?” the answer is…It depends! But whether you have a super social macaw or a cockatiel on the quieter side, it’s probably best not to force your birds to talk. Those videos of parrots talking seem super cool, but keep in mind that your bird buddy might be camera shy! A talking parrot is certainly a fun trick for your feathered friend to learn. Plus, teaching your parrot new words and tricks is a fun and engaging way to strengthen your bird bond. If you think african grey parrots are awesome or want to kick it with some conures, take flight and subscribe to our channel. Don’t forget that isn’t just all about dog supplies! We’ve got everything your parrot pal needs and more. So what are you waiting for? Let’s learn how to teach parrots to talk!

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Dr. Byron J.S. de la Navarre, D.V.M., Chief of Staff, at Animal House of Chicago, Complete Veterinary Care

    13 replies to "Teach Your Parrot How to Talk | Chewy"

    • Melanie Mann

      My African grey parrot likes to swear he says fuck off a lot of the time especially if he’s in the garden in summertime

    • שגב ישראל אפריאט

      I must say that this video is by far the BEST video I've seen. for the reason that instead of telling us all your history through your entire childhood, like many other videos of many other people, that takes 15-20 minutes of our lives (which we will never get back), you go straight to the point, explain it easily and helps us relate and understand. I am DEFINATELY subscribing to your page and will follow. I knew I had to look for the lesson in English and not in local Hebrew. Thanks for it. Plus: I just tried it as you said and it worked, plus after so many times I couldn't make my parrot relate to me, we just had an amazing "together time" due to your video and it was just everything I missed with Koko, My parrot. thank you SO MUCH!

    • saabnico

      Great tips!! Thanks, i will try this 😀

    • iftekhar A khan

      I just got a parrot and now i am very happy that i found this video to train both my parrots thank you

    • Takyi Justice

      Please what food can I give to my ringneck parrot

    • HeftyChonkie

      It's 4 am I can't sleep and I don't have a parrot, what the hell am I doing

    • etoro Johnson

      My African grey is 9 months old , I just got her few days ago but she is looking at me all the time I give her food. Can she talk please I need advice I really love her

    • ItsKyo

      Thank you very much! I'm trying to train my parrot to speak and I needed a small tip on how to do it 😁

    • Andžela Kukolenko

      my parrot not saying anything

    • noobplayer(ac130fco)

      My parrot saus oha oh gan……

    • Wayfarer

      I tried to teach my bird a few words, he told me to fck off

    • DJ static sa

      mine says nothing shes a african gray about 1 year old

    • Ryan

      My parrot sais "you dirty rat"

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