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Lowell, IN 46356 USA
Marla S. Relates
Hi, your toys, treats, and perch setup is nice. Not overcrowded and laid out nicely. One comment though.
As a Lovebird Mom for over nine years now It baffles me to this day to see other bird parents place their bird’s open food and water dishes on the cage floor!
This is in the direct path of the bird’s droppings!
Catherine wanted me to make it clear that we feel it’s okay if you want to take the time and energy to supplement a commercial bird food diet with a…
Editor's note: The image above is our 20-year-old African Ringneck Keto. He looks miserable and you can see a slight degradation of his movements during the molt. He always bounces…
Pet birds are delightful companions that bring joy and companionship to many people. However, keeping a pet bird comes with a responsibility to ensure that they are kept safe and healthy…
Captivity is a relative term. I’m not relegated to my home but I still have to pay rent, go to work, pay taxes and perform all those duties that enable me to be a good neighbor and good citizen of the world.
If captivity is all that you know it really captive? We have four budgies, all rescues. We really don’t have the background on any of them but we’ve kept them flighted thus they don’t leave the cage.
Added April 2023 Drug-Resistant Bacteria Are Passing Between Pets and Their Owners, Researchers Find Bird flu risk for pets remains 'very low,' even after dog death in Ont.: experts Pet…
Mary J asks about,
Infrared Heat Lap aka Spa Time for Kukla
After bathing my cockatiel doesn’t want to be dried in any fashion although she appears cold.
Accidentally I was using an infrared heat lamp for my knee one day, and Kukla absolutely loved staying in front of it.
Hey folks: Our 4-year-old (almost) male gray Cockatiel Buddy has a dander problem?
We can get him to bathe outdoors when he’s out in the lanai and it happens to be raining which is a fairly common occurrence here in west-central Florida but the problem (?) is that we can’t get him wet to the skin. Buddy will shake off after a bath and a cloud of dander will “poof” off him.
I’ve read that birds, in general, need to get wet to the skin to remain healthy. Any thoughts?