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At first I thought to myself “this’ll be fun.”
Once I started the project it was a bit more difficult than I forecasted.
I originally started with 9 YouTube channels but some favorites needed to be included not simply based upon numbers.
For those who are not following on us Facebook or our YouTube channel, you’ll note that we are ramping up our use of Fid-eo to better communicate caged bird care.
Linda F asks,
Hi, As spring approaches we look to protect furry as well as feathered friends. Any suggestions on Frontline and heart guard type products that are safe around parrots and toos (Cockatoos) when used on three little dogs?
Are the two above mentioned harmful when used on a dog that lives in the same house as a bird?
Thank you for all help I have received as my CAG (Congo African Grey, goffie (Goffin Cockatoo) learn to share our life together.
Would not have made it as smoothly this far without your good advice and Birdy Brunch. Thank you again. Linda,
Micha and Stewie
Were not going to start with bird bites because we’ll be talking about several first-aid challenges you may face having a bird or two in your home for several decades.
Everyone likes to think of themselves as being prepared for disaster and certainly life’s cuts and scrapes.
I’ve personally sutured a dog in a garage (after 5 minutes of training by my vet) 🙂
Thank you Constance R.
So often its important to hear from independent third parties who provide valuable feedback on our pet bird content.
Having been in the process of rescuing budgies, (current budgie census is at six) and spending a lot of time with Peaches, our Senegal parrot weighing in at about 115 g, our recent focus has been skewed towards smaller birds.
Constance has a Congo African Grey and an Umbrella Cockatoo and from her recommendations, this is going to be a cockatoo-lishish post.
I consider myself to be somewhat influential in the avian niche.
Professionally I subscribe to a handful of YouTube channels with other avian influencers producing a huge amount of video content for channels with massive numbers of subscribers.
The apparent criteria for being a YouTube avian influencer is to “have birds”
Question about Male Parakeet.
Every time I put my arm in the cage he attacks it, or he flies at me when I look in the cage.
My female looks depressed like she would rather he move out.
She used to be so happy.
I got her first, then him a couple of months after.
She would sing, and play with her toys.
I don’t know that there’s enough storage space on the Quora servers to answer this.
I read that parrots are loud, noisy, and messy – a lot.
Then again so are children.
Let’s start with a top-level explanation.
Pet people in the disciple category will always react negatively towards the word own preferring instead to call it pet bird companionship.
In reality, birds are the most owned pets we can have.
We have to lock them up in a bird jail.
Hi Mitch. Just a comment of concern.
Clearly, I understand the need to know a bird’s sex but I’m also very concerned about this kit that anybody can buy, including many of the idiots out there that own birds.
Editors note: not my words
Do you really want to encourage all owners to pluck their birds feathers and cut their nails too short in order to get blood for testing?
There are experienced owners out there that could do it but there are probably many more out there who could cause an emergency and pain.
I have lived with 17 budgies but I would would still go to a vet for something like that.
I wish you would write a follow up to that article to inspire caution. The article makes me very nervous frankly.