Last Updated on by Mitch Rezman
I tried a smaller cage, giving him more attention at his level and nothing changes.
What should I be doing?
If you have followed all the steps suggested for a month and your Parakeet still won’t chirp or come out of its cage, there could be several reasons why it’s not responding.
One possible reason is that your Parakeet may be feeling stressed or anxious. This could be caused by factors such as noise, changes in its environment, or lack of stimulation.
To help reduce your Parakeet’s stress, try to provide a quiet and peaceful environment for it to live in. You can also try providing toys or puzzles for it to play with and provide fresh food and water daily.
Another reason why your Parakeet may not be responding could be due to its personality.
Some birds may be naturally shy or introverted, which means that it may take them longer to feel comfortable with their surroundings and the people around them.
In this case, it is important to give your Parakeet time and space to adjust and become more comfortable.
You can also try speaking to your Parakeet in a calm and soothing voice to help it feel more comfortable and relaxed.
You may also want to consider working with an experienced bird trainer or veterinarian who can provide additional advice and support.
In summary, if your Parakeet is not responding despite your best efforts, it is important to be patient and persistent.
Keep providing a calm and peaceful environment, give it time to adjust and become comfortable, and consider seeking advice from a bird trainer or veterinarian.