Holiday’s a busy and chaotic time of the year for everyone, and you can’t always keep an eye on your pets like you normally do. Here are some hazards you may have overlooked.
Pet Bird Care
Many birds have been raised on seeds and nuts & high fat items that we thought years ago were the appropriate thing to feed birds. We now know that these
Your pet bird is now an adult. Check this article to know what to feed your bird – maintenance or breeder?
Syringe is a very scary thing not just for humans but also for birds. Here are some tips you can follow so you can properly give medicine when your bird needs it.
Let’s focus on food. Too often, birds come in from stores or breeders who have been feeding birds seeds for years and don’t understand the importance of pellets in a
Birds are totally worth it. But with all the responsibility comes the question: does my bird need a friend? Here are some considerations that can help you decide.
You’ve done everything you can do to keep your new bird happy but no matter what you do, your bird breaks everything he can get his beak on. How can you keep your bird from being destructive? The answer is in this article.
Natural disasters and severe weather events occur throughout the year. It’s always good to create a pet disaster preparedness plan. While an impending disaster can be stressful, if you have
Pet birds need exercise and variety. The best way to provide this is to let them out of their cages. Follow these tips to ensure your bird is safe out of the cage.
You have successfully brought home your new pet bird. Now what? Here are some tips you definitely want to follow.
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