61 Years of “Parrot Experience”
Dear Parrot Lover,
Most pet bird owners do not know how to adequately care for their pet bird. Are you one of the?
Every pet bird and parrot owner will need to have a strong level of commitment to their pet birds to provide the best possible care. All pet birds need daily and weekly maintenance, as well as a lot of love and attention from their owners.
One of the most important aspects of taking care of a pet bird is to consider the size of their cage. A typical rule of thumb is to buy the largest cage that you can afford for your pet bird. Make sure that your pet bird can turn around inside the cage without his wings or tail feathers touching the cage bars. There should be at least three different perches, each with a different diameter, as well as 5 different types of toys for your bird to play with. Remember to clean your bird’s cage thoroughly on a weekly basis.
Never give your pet bird chocolate or avocados to eat. Other foods that should never be fed to a parrot are rhubarb leaves, alcohol, caffeine or salty or fatty foods.
Parrots and other pet birds need to eat a diet that consists of pellets, seeds, nuts, fruits, vegetables and grains. Watch out for those brightly colored pellets that are found in a lot of commercial parrot food as they actually contain sugared food coloring!
Remember that all birds love to bathe themselves and so you should provide your pet bird with a large water dish in which they can bathe. Just be sure to keep the water clean at all times!
All pet birds need exercise as well. Let your pet out of his cage to play for at least two hours each day. Your pet bird should also have his own play gym or tree stand to play on whenever he is out of his cage.
Do not try to clip your bird’s wings or nails by yourself until your avian vet has shown you how to do it properly on your own. It is always less stressful for your pet bird to have his wings and nails clipped at home by you, rather than at a veterinarian’s office.
For smaller birds such as Budgies and Cockatiels, place a cuttlebone inside their cage to help them trim their beaks on their own.
Dr. Joel Murphy, The World’s Foremost Authority On Parrots, Finally Releases The Most Comprehensive Book Ever Created On Parrot Care:
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