Author: Pattie Larsen, LVT Our pet birds are usually quite good at telling us what they want. For example, our feathered friends won’t hesitate to share their displeasure or let us
Author: Pattie Larson, LVT Emergencies can happen at any time. Without warning, you may suddenly need to pack up and leave your home as quickly as possible. For bird owners or owners
Introduction Birds are often a popular choice for a pet. It seems that the list of birds available has grown over the years, and many people have no idea what
Bird scream, pick their feathers, or destroy things when they get bored. Want to know how to keep them busy? Read this.
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You don’t want to overwhelm the bird with dozens of toys; rather, a couple toys in the cage to start are fine. Again, if there are familiar toys from the
By Dr. Laurie Hess, DVM, Diplomate ABVP (Avian Practice) Known for their incredible ability to learn human language and speak words, often in correct context, African gray parrots are perhaps
By Dr. Laurie Hess, DVM, Diplomate ABVP (Avian Practice) Cockatiels are very social, interactive birds that make great first pets for families with elementary school-aged children and older. They have
Things like avocado can be toxic to birds. Now, not all species of avocados are toxic to birds many are so it’s better to be safe than sorry. Avoiding all
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