BirdTricks Blog | Parrot Training — bar spacing
Posted by Patty on
I was on the phone this morning consoling a woman who had lost her beloved cockatiel earlier in the week. A mutual friend had put me in touch with her because they felt her story was one I should share with you…
Cindy purchased Benji the cocakatiel about 7 years ago from a pet store. She brought him home in a flimsy wire cage that was meant for a parakeet. It wasn’t long before Cindy and Benji became the best of friends and she went online in search of information about ...
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Posted by Bird Tricks on
Q: I will be bringing home my first bird, an amazon, in a few weeks and want to get a cage ready for him now. I want it to be perfect. How do I know what perches and toys are right?
Lillian G, Las Vegas, NV
A: Since many parrots spend the majority of their time in their cages while their owners are at work, it really does have to be as close to perfect as we can make it. The two main factors to consider are safety and comfort ...
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Posted by Bird Tricks on
I like to think of my bird’s cage as her bedroom – a happy place, with lots of stuff to do, that belongs to her. I respectfully try keep out, except when it needs cleaning or toy changes. A cage needs to provide safety, security, and comfort for your bird and peace of mind for you in knowing that she will be okay while you are out of the house.
If you are looking for a new cage, or buying your first, here are some rules of ...
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