Happy Perch for Parrot Behavioral Training and Enrichment 

The Smart T Perch is an intelligent parrot perch designed for behavioral training and enrichment. It is a versatile and innovative product that can add a modern touch to any room in your home, and allows you to take your parrot with you wherever you go. The portable perch can easily fit into backpacks, purses, and carry-on suitcases, so you never have to leave your feathered friend behind.

This four-in-one portable perch is essential for the physical and mental well-being of parrots of all sizes. Parrots are prey animals, so they need to trust their environment before venturing out of their cage. The Smart Perch helps to create a secure bond and build trust outside the cage, reducing destructive behaviors such as screaming, biting, and feather destruction.

The Smart Perch is adjustable to four different heights (13.5”, 23.75”, 34”, and 44”), allowing you to interact with your parrot at the perfect level anywhere. This feature makes it easy for you to share meals, watch TV, pay bills, and even go on trips with your feathered friend, making it an essential tool for those who want to make their parrot a more interactive part of the family.

The Smart Perch has already been used in live performances on the Las Vegas strip, a testament to its efficacy and style. It is a great solution for those who want to keep their parrot's unique needs in mind while fostering a strong relationship with them.

In summary, the Smart Perch is an essential product for anyone who wants to create a modern and stylish look in their home while also making it easy to take their parrot with them wherever they go. It is a versatile and innovative product that can help to foster a strong bond and build trust between you and your feathered friend, while also addressing their unique needs. Order yours today and experience the difference it can make in your relationship with your parrot!

Here are the top 5 behavioral issues that people have with parrots when left in thier cage extended periods of time. Now let them be part of the family with this 4 in 1 perch.

Biting: Parrots may bite for various reasons, including fear, anxiety, or a lack of socialization. It is important to understand the underlying cause of biting and address it appropriately.

Screaming: Parrots are known for their loud, high-pitched screams, which can be disruptive and annoying to some people. Screaming may be a sign of boredom, anxiety, or a lack of attention, and addressing these underlying issues can help reduce screaming.

Plucking or feather-picking: Some parrots may engage in self-mutilation behaviors such as plucking or feather-picking, which can be a sign of stress or discomfort. Identifying and addressing the underlying cause of these behaviors is important to prevent them.

Aggression: Some parrots may display aggressive behavior, such as lunging or biting, in response to perceived threats or challenges. It is important to provide a safe and comfortable environment for your parrot and address any underlying causes of aggression.

Lack of socialization: Parrots that are not properly socialized may be fearful or anxious around new people or situations. It is important to socialize your parrot and provide them with plenty of positive experiences with a variety of people.

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