You can't stop a parrot from being a parrot. Which is what a parrot is doing when she's throwing, stirring, hurling, and dumping food bowls. You can reduce the aftermath costs and cleaning time with fresh foods served in correct portions in no mess bowls and stations.
When a parrot escapes the confines, leaving you and your heart attack, remember, they don’t feel lost. They aren’t lost. Their first instinct will be to fly to the highest point of perch. Because there is no ceiling to stop them. You need to catch up and get ahead of a bird that just realized he got back all his superpowers. What do you do when your parrot flies out and away? First, don’t panic. Then consider these thoughts and to do list.
Every bird is unique. They are kids with wings. While you’re working through the variations of temperature and texture. You can add patience to time, place, and partnership. Perspective is everything. Here's five simple ways to convince your bird to eat new healthy foods.
Let’s get one thing straight. That you are keeping them is an insult to the decision they made about you regarding their lifestyle. A cat is 95% Ti...
Having a parrot as a companion is not inexpensive. The costs of food and care are similar to a dog. The other costs, that no one talks about, can be off putting. We have two macaws, one African grey, four cockatiels, two dogs, one rabbit, one guinea pig, and two leopard geckos. Costs are impressive here. I've created tricks of the pet trade to save money or shift money to cover surprise costs. The cost of pets is like the stock market. Keep your eye on the goals. Don't get caught up in unnecessary new things. Necessity, not want. Risk management. Invest wisely.
Collecting moments of hellos from other people's dogs is a fine way to spend time. For you. It may not be for them. If you really must have to no way around it, say hello to a new dog you don't know, say hello to the new human holding the leash first. Take it slow and let their dog decide how much you may worship them.
Parrots feel everything. Hyper aware and hyper certain of their awareness. They know if they like us within a few heartbeats. Theirs, not ours. So how can you tell if that cuddly bird in the pet store, or parrot rescue, or parakeet breeder's house even likes you? It starts with hello.
If you want your bird to love you, want your company, listen to you, play with you, and seek you out, you are going to have to do it first. For them. You're going to create a relationship with your bird. Relationships are work. Ask your friends how exhausted they are. Here's 5 articles about what you need and need to do for your parrot.
Categorically, no. They are in the middle of the pack of an additional 25 other breed of dogs for aggression. Statistically, context tells us the truth. Dog bites happen when an improperly cared for dog finds himself in a stressful situation with no guidance or care to show him what he's expected to do in that moment. Context statistically proves dog bites and fatalities happen because of the owner's poor ownership. Meet my Blue Nose Pittie, Dante DuBois for instance.
Covering your parrot's roost cage at night is not a mandate. It's an option. And there are variations to doing it. Why cover your parrot's cage at night? How do you cover a bird at night? Won't a cage cover make my bird hormonal? Here's all the answers to parrot cage cover questions you may have for your bird.
Parrots are unlike any other companion because they can fly. Their perspective of life is based on flight. Their entire brain is hardwired to operate around that ability. They've got a brain that supports that much superpower. You'll find yourself trying to keep up with what they are trying to tell you.
The third rail of companion parrot care. Ask the question and the answers become emotional, and the debates become even more so. The question should make us emotional. Should I stop my parrot from being his full self? Same question, better context. Here's the Pros and Cons, and tips to make it work if you do.