How do I potty train my budgies(parakeets)?

How do I potty train them because my family in North Carolina(went there for Thanksgiving) be making a big deal just because it pooped on my shirt and they were similar to "your gonna get e. coli and that im gonna get very sick" and adjectives this other mess
put a diaper on her. lol , kid
Toilet training is not one of my penchant things to teach a parrot. It can be done successfully if it’s done right but it regularly isn’t. Many parrots learn toilet training very in a flash but teach a parrot to learn to suspend on to go to the loo can lead to some health problems.

Most copycat owners tend to choose one spot to allow the bird to go to the loo & this is where the problem starts. If your parrot is trained to use the toilet within only one particular spot, then your copier will hang on until he can get to that spot. A toilet trained parrot will not walk to the toilet if they’re not able to access their 'potty', they just maintain holding on. They won’t go to the toilet until they see or hear their queue to use the loo. If your bird is toilet trained for only one spot, chances are it won’t be available to the bird adjectives day. If you toilet train your parrot you need to endow with the bird a few available spots to go to the toilet. They need to be able to access a toilet spot where on earth ever they are in the house at all times.
Newspaper is probably the easiest to use for toilet training. You can place newspaper anywhere throughout the domestic, roll it up & bin it quickly & easily. If you haven’t read todays paper next you may not want to leave it laying around!

Parrots poop approx every 15 to 30 mins, depending on size. Their colour, consistency, & size depends mainly what they're only just eaten. Time your birds poops on several occasions. Then when it is time for them to poop again, have them perch on your finger, over a sheet of daily & give a command to go to the loo. The most common nouns are “go potty”, “do poo” but it can be any command you like, just make it a simple command. Repeat this command until your bird have pooped. Reward your bird afterwards fro his efforts. Continue to do this until your bird is able to do this on his own over newspaper.

Some parrot also pick up the command & can say the command just before they’re in the order of to poop, or use the command to ask to go to the loo if their isn’t a toilet spot available, but it is only a highly few parrots that learn these.

Make sure you other have newspaper available for your bird, wherever he is to avoid adjectives health problems from hanging on.

Their are birdie diapers available too. They’re now more commonly specified as ‘flight suits’, it sounds better than diaper, but it still is a diaper or nappy. To use them is a personal choice but it is something I would never consider putting any of parrots in. To me their is nothing worse than sticking your copycat in a nappy just to convenience yourself & keep your house verbs. If you choose to use them don’t have your parrot live in a flight suit, that is to say not what they’re made for & it is very unhygienic. Keep the suits clean & keep hold of your parrot clean!

Oh & tell your nearest and dearest it's more than likely you'll get e-coli from your refrigerator than from your bird!
Answers:    Toilet training is not one of my favourite things to teach a parrot. It can be done successfully whether it’s done right but it often isn’t. Many parrots learn toilet training especially quickly but teach a parrot to memorize to hang on to go to the loo can lead to some robustness problems.

Most parrot owners tend to choose one spot to allow the bird to go to the loo & this is where the problem starts. If your impersonator is trained to use the toilet in only one particular spot, consequently your parrot will hang on until he can get to that spot. A toilet trained copycat will not go to the toilet if they’re not able to access their 'potty', they only just keep holding on. They won’t go to the toilet until they see or hear their queue to use the loo. If your bird is toilet trained for only one spot, probability are it won’t be available to the bird all day. If you toilet train your parrot you inevitability to give the bird a few available spots to go to the toilet. They need to know how to access a toilet spot where ever they are in the house at all times.
Newspaper is probably the easiest to use for toilet training. You can place tabloid anywhere throughout the home, roll it up & bin it quickly & easily. If you haven’t read todays serious newspaper then you may not want to leave it laying around!

Parrots poop approx every 15 to 30 mins, depending on size. Their colour, consistency, & size depends essentially what they're just eaten. Time your birds poops on several occasions. Then when it is time for them to poop again, hold them perch on your finger, over a sheet of newspaper & give a command to go to the loo. The most adjectives commands are “go potty”, “do poo” but it can be any command you like, just formulate it a simple command. Repeat this command until your bird has pooped. Reward your bird afterwards fro his efforts. Continue to do this until your bird is able to do this on his own over weekly.

Some parrots also pick up the command & can say the command just back they’re about to poop, or use the command to ask to go to the loo if their isn’t a toilet spot available, but it is with the sole purpose a very few parrots that learn these.

Make certain you always have newspaper available for your bird, everywhere he is to avoid future health problems from hanging on.

Their are birdie diapers available too. They’re very soon more commonly known as ‘flight suits’, it sounds better than diaper, but it still is a diaper or nappy. To use them is a personal choice but it is something I would never consider putting any of parrots in. To me their is zilch worse than sticking your parrot in a nappy just to convenience yourself & maintain your house clean. If you choose to use them don’t have your parrot live contained by a flight suit, that is not what they’re made for & it is very unhygienic. Keep the suits verbs & keep your parrot clean!

Oh & relay your family it's more than likely you'll get e-coli from your refrigerator than from your bird!
potty traing isn't always easy but it can be done, try to find copier training book and go to the birdchannel.com the book will help and so will birdchannel ,you have to hold a watch on his body language to find out when hes going to poop then you thieve him over to where you want to poop,don't try to get him to poop on command that could cause severe problems down the road,but you get hold of the idea good luck
I find this question extremely interesting and funny!

Honestly, you can't truly train a parakeet to be potty trained completely. Seriously, putting them surrounded by a diaper or on a birdie toilet is pretty degrading and an insult to the bird...it is natural to poop and pee, and if it weren't for toilets, humans would do it everywhere too.

Birds do not have bladders, which is why you'll see some swallow teeny stones to aid next to their digestion. They can't hold their feces in, or control it. If they have to go, next they will go. People think birds are dirty things, which isn't true. Birds preen themselves every single day!

So to reply your question, you can't really. You can try, but I'm guessing it's hard, but, good luck whether you do decide! :-) And also, you can tell your parents that you can only acquire e. coli if you EAT it, which I doubt you'll ever do.

you can't its natural and you can't get sick from them pooping on you.newly tell ur family its safe
birds cannot be potty trained, sorry. And just bath your hands and clothes if they poop on you. No offense, but your family sounds a short time but like paranoid germ freaks.
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