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Bird Health & Care

Health of the birds is indicated primarily animal behavior and appearance. Knowing these symptoms is essential in the interpretation of the various health problems while they were birds. Also, conditions in which birds are kept are very important for some animals accustomed to much space. If we can offer optimal conditions inside the cage for bird life, the latter will have a long and healthy life. Birds are very sensitive in terms of proper diet and nutrition is reflected in good general condition of the animal. In this section you will find indications about ways we can provide the best care of our winged friend.

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Toxic food for pet birds

Toxic food for pet birds

Because birds are highly social animals, many owners allow their winged friends to dine with them. While sharing food with your bird can be very fun (not to mention the psychological satisfaction and animal), there are quite a few human foods that can harm inaripatei.

Owners of pet birds need to know which foods can be shared with the bird that represents a major risk to the health of the animal. The following is a list of the most common foods that can harm pet birds:
Beak problems in birds

Beak problems in birds

A bird uses its beak for many purposes, from battles with rivals to the care and feeding. Beak may be a combination of power and sensitivity, strong enough to crack a coconut but delicate enough to clean a grape.

There are several kinds of beaks depending on bird species:
- Powerful looking to hook specific parrot, feeding the plants with hard shell;
- Short and straight, for birds such as canaries, which feed mainly on seeds;
- Long and thin, for birds that feed on nectar.

One of the signs is the health of the birds beak is inaripatei. If the b
How and when to bathe your winged friend

How and when to bathe your winged friend

Each bird has its personality and will respond differently to care provided by the owner. Some birds like very much to play in the water and enjoy the time spent in the bathroom. Instead, there are birds that have not been accustomed to the bathroom and refuse contact with water, despite the fact that daily showers are part of ordinary business care in the wild.

Even if a bird owner will make some effort to discover the best ways to take care friend winged bird bath is important for health and even those who refuse bathing must learn to accept it at first. Although there are several
Bird diseases - the first symptoms

Bird diseases - the first symptoms

The first signs of disease in birds is manifested by changes in mood and general appearance, decreased appetite, changes in appearance and consistency of feces. Because in general, birds are very sensitive, even the slightest sign of illness should be taken seriously.


Changes in general appearance to diseased birds

A healthy bird is lively and active, has bright plumage and attached to the body, eyes are clear, wide open. Therefore, any change in these views can be considered a sign of disease. Thus, a sick bird plumage is shaggy, in disorder, no luster, body position is
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