The Aviator Harness The Parrot University
for jack jack, took some training in the beginning to get him to the point where i could get it on him wthout him fighting...
he LIKES the harness he just doesnt likt the over the head part...so i trained him just lik they do in the little vid on their page and within 2 days he had it down pat and now when i get his harnes sout he juststands there while i put it on him.
and out we go.
jack jack does NOT walk on the ground, ehs not at risk from dogs/cats ect...when we go for walks he uses me as human trasportation, hes on my shoulder or hand or arm....
the words "taking your birds for a walk" means YOUR doing the walking lol.
when were at home he will sometimes climb down close enough to the ground to pul a blade of grass of a clover flower but he HATES being on the floor in general and will climb whatever he can to get higher the first chance he gets...so i cant imagine literaly trying to "WALK" a parrot lol...theyd be constantly trying to climb back up your leg lol.
Jack jack is FULLY flighted (i dont like clipping the wings of a animal bred to fly) when ehs out of the cage in the hosue the front and back doors are locked and i have sheres on my windows so no worries about him hitting the glass either, ceilgin fans are off when hes out so its completly safe for him to literally fly around the house...and he does when the mood strikes but for the most part h wants to be with me...howver even if his wings were clipped id NEVER EVER EVER let him outdoors without some kind of harness (some people flight train their brids and they have parrots with amazing recals, but for me the risk is too high and even a clipped bird can get some pretty deacent height and distance if the wind hits them right so outside without a harness/carrier is NOT a risk id take.
but jack jack loves to ride in the car (doesnt liek the windows open though) go for "walks" or just sit outside with me...
the harness is definatly a wonderfull thing.