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Don Scott
Works at The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos
Attended Palomar College
Lives in Fallbrook, CA 92028
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Cockatude 29, “The End of your Rope” tells the story of one of Simone who became bonded with Cecil (The Elvis of the bird world.) Circumstances have arisen which have put us at “the end of our rope.” For her own good she needs a special “one umbrella” cockatoo home. Won’t you come and say goodbye to this wonderful girl and wish her the best in her new life? We will also discuss how rare it is that a bird should need to be rehomed and the ways you...
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Lots of fun and educational too!
Taking your bird to events can be fun. A well thought out trip can be fun for you and your birds. In this episode we travel to the Escondido Renaissance Faire with Coco, Chloe, Snoball, Babalu, Willa and Touche. Come with us and feel the joy while learning how to attend events safely.In this special anniversary episode we have long highlight segments including: Fowl Tales, a pirate's story. Bob has been taking his macaws to entertain us for over ...
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Our patron, Jodi, had a wonderful idea for an episode. Cockatude 23 follows the birds at the sanctuary through an average day of their life. After reflection, I realized why I had never thought of something like this. It is basically making a one hour documentary in a week and a half. I put a lot of blood sweat and tears into episode 23 of Cockatude, "A day in the life." I hope you all find it entertaining. Total time was close to 60 hours in pro...
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Some of our flock, present and past
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Positive Parroting podcast on using science to deal with feather plucking: http://www.chloesanctuary.org/styled-43/index.html
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Check out the cool trick to stop a bite!
Cockatude 28, Till Death Do Us Part. Mate aggression in captivity and other forms of aggression; preventing and dealing with aggression. A SPECIAL TREAT: Cecil -- highly stimulated due to mating season and a few other things -- will help to show you an effective move to avoid a bite. After explaining how to use a quick trick to stop a bite in its tracks Cecil moves a move to bite! So you will see how to STOP A BITING BIRD COLD safely without hurt...
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Intelligent? Oh yeah!
Cockatude 25, “How Intelligent Are They?” Since Dr. Pepperberg began her work with Alex the congo African grey, science has delved into the minds of parrots. In this episode we explore some of this new knowledge and why it is important to our understanding. We might believe that our children are smart and be surprised when the school counselor counsels us otherwise; they tell us that our child has a developmental problem. We tend to see what we w...
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If you work with parrots you will do yourself a great favor by taking Dr. Friedman's professional course!
Dr. Susan Friedman is a psychology professor at Utah State University who has pioneered the application of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to captive and companion animals. ABA, with its roots in human learning, offers a scientifically sound teaching technology and ethical standard that can ...
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Sugars feather destructive behavior is a real fight for us. The moment we are using a collar to restrain her and Paxil to calm her. 
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good read
Behavior isn't like cement-trainers with jackhammers need not apply.
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Rescue Parrots and Cockatoos. Computer Tech
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  • The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos
    Rescue Parrots and Cockatoos. Computer Tech, present
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Fallbrook, CA 92028
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760-565-BIRD
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PO BOX 1958Fallbrook, CA 92088-1958
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With Chloe's inspiration I founded The Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos. We rescue needy parrots, rehabilitate them, and educate the public in order to provide them loving homes where both the bird and the caretaker can experience the joy of knowing each other.
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Graduate of Dr. Susan Friedman's LLP and LLA courses in ABA. Founded the Chloe Sanctuary for Parrots and Cockatoos. Personally mitigated FDB successfully with 6 cockatoos and a CAG.
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  • Palomar College
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I brought in our most gregarious and outgoing Seram cockatoo because she had a feather bleeding at the skin line. Dr. Loudis diagnosed the problem immediately and performed a removal and cauterization. We scheduled full surgery and he removed the abscess and sewed her up as good as new. Because of his skill and extensive knowledge of psittacine surgery our sanctuary continues to have Peaches as our official greeter and beloved "operatic singer."
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Called for delivery. The service was prompt, the vegetarian pizza was great.
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like it was straight from a can. Overpriced too.
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