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Shopping For Pet Bird Supplies

Pet birds require different kind of supplies. Proper pet care involves choosing the right pet bird supplies. The first step to pet bird supplies shopping is knowing the basics. Once you've bought the basic necessities, taking care of your pet will be smooth sailing.Your Pet's Bird CageOf course, you should not forget about the most basic of pet bird supplies: the cage. A cylindrical cage is too small so don't bother with those. Smaller birds need longer cages for their flying space. Larger parrots prefer height as well, so that they may climb and fly throughout the cage.Perches and StandsSince most birds spend their time standing, a perch is the most basic supply you'll need. Your bird will live accordingly if you get the right sized perch for the cage. An appropriate perch will allow a balance of movement and rest for the bird. Usually cages come with a wooden made dowel. Because it came with the cage, the right size for it has been measured. This means you should not take it away. However, you should still ...


Will Your Pet Bird Outlive You?

One common misconception about pet birds is that they live for hundreds of years and need to be willed to someone in order to ensure their care after you're gone. While birds do live for quite a long time in the wild, their lifespan in captivity is actually much shorter. Below are some common pet birds and their average life span in captivity given that they receive superior care and a proper diet.Macaw - 50 yearsCockatoo - 40 yearsAfrican Grey - 25 yearsAmazon Parrot - 50 yearsConure - 15 yearsParakeet - 15 yearsParrotlet - 15 yearsLovebird - 10 yearsCanary - 15 yearsFinch - 5 yearsCertainly with a lifespan of 50 years, a bird could outlive you however there are many hidden dangers lurking around that can cut your birds life short. Birds are very fragile and need to be cared for properly in order for them to live a long life. Here are some things you can do to help keep your bird safe and healthy: One major danger for birds as fumes from chemical products. Aerosol sprays, Teflon pans and even such thing...


What To Do When Your Pet Bird Gets Sick

Like other pets, your bird can get sick but unlike other pets your birds illness can become serious, even life-threatening, very quickly. If your bird is acting even the slightest bit ill you should get him to your veterinarian right away since birds can go downhill very fast.Sometimes, however you can get your bird to the veterinarian right away so here are some steps you can take to help care for your sick bird.first off, you want make sure that you sick bird stays warm. Keep his cage out of many drafts and you might want to try using a grow light ( the same kind you use to grow plants) aimed at the cage but placed in such a way so that your bird can get out of the direct light if he gets too hot.If you find that your bird is just sitting on the bottom of the cage and is to sick to even sit on his perch, then you might want to move into a hospital cage for better safety. A glass aquarium can make a great hospital cage. Put a towel or some newspaper on the bottom of the cage and put shallow bowls of foo...


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