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Webinar: It’s Not All Talk: 6 Steps to Loving Communication with Your Bird & other Animals

Webinar: It’s Not All Talk: 6 Steps to Loving Communication with Your Bird & other Animals

Date: Friday, October 9, 2020

Time: 12 pm PST (double-check your local time with this time zone converter)

October 9 – It’s Not All Talk: 6 Steps to Loving Communication with Your Bird & other Animals

Dr. Ted Lafeber
Dr. Ted Lafeber says hello to a hyacinth macaw.
Chris Davis
Chris Davis befriends a cute owl.

Join us for a free interactive webinar hosted by Laura Doering, former editor of Bird Talk magazine and Birds USA magazine. Our specials Guests will be Christine Davis, CPBC, and Dr. Ted Lafeber. They will share their step-by-step method of forming a stronger relationship with pet birds and all animals through loving communication. This can serve as a stand-alone  method or as a foundation to compliment any style of positive reinforcement training. Don’t miss this opportunity to build or strengthen your animal communications – tune in Friday, October 9.

Missed our webinar? No problem! You can access the webinar in its entirety here:

 

2 thoughts on “Webinar: It’s Not All Talk: 6 Steps to Loving Communication with Your Bird & other Animals

  1. Thank you! This was so informative. I practice a lot of the communication techniques discussed today, what an excellent and informative webinar. I had a lovebird that I always felt a deep connection to. Thank you for confirming and illustrating that there are many ways to connect and communicate with our feathered companions, and if we open our hearts and listen, deep connections and friendships can be found in what might seem like the most unlikely places.

  2. I have learned that with my dogs and my bird, spending a lot of time with them and interacting is good for them…and me. Everybody does better with more socialization, the human animal too, and I get to know my pets’ personalities with patience and play.

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