Archive for July, 2009

Parrot Toy Shopping Simplified!

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

Dear Parrot Lover,

If you are bringing a new baby bird home to join your family, or are adopting an older bird, there are a few basic supplies that you will need to get before your bird comes home with you.

The most obvious is the cage. When choosing one, make sure that it is large enough so that your new bird can flap his wings and turn around without touching either sides of the cage or his toys, also check that the bar spacing is narrow enough to prevent your bird from getting his head stuck between the bars. Another factor to consider when choosing a cage is to make sure that it is made of stainless steel or is powder coated.

Inside the cage, you will need to place at least three different types of perches with different diameters appropriate to your bird’s foot size, like branches, rope perch and concrete pedicure perch to help keep your bird’s nails trim.

Next you will need to choose appropriate sized toys. They should all be made from different colored materials and should be appropriate to your bird’s playing style as well as their size, i.e. if your bird is a chewer, then be sure to have plenty of destructible chew toys. Some birds prefer noisy toys whilst others like toys with feathers for preening. Larger, more intelligent parrots require puzzle toys to keep their minds busy. All birds should have foraging toys that enable them to search for treats. Once you know what types of toys your bird prefers you should stock up so that you can rotate them every week. Don’t forget to buy a swing too.

Your new bird will also need to have their own play area away from their cage. This can be a tabletop perch or a larger play gym. This should be easily removable so that you can take your bird with you into any room.

A carrier that is indestructible is also a necessity for any bird to have. Just make sure that you can drill a perch, toy and food and water cups to the inside of the carrier.

Also, make sure that you have the appropriate type of food for your bird prior to brining him home. Be sure to feed plenty of seeds, grains and vegetables too.

Other great items to have are a shower perch so that your bird can shower with you, an air cleaner to help you and your bird breathe better as some bird’s feather can emit a lot of dander, full-spectrum lighting, and bird safe disinfectants for cleaning your bird’s cage and toys.

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Regards,
Nathalie Roberts

Your Parrot Craves This

Tuesday, July 7th, 2009

Dear Parrot Lover,

Welcome to my new Parrot Blog. I am sure all the Parrot lovers across the globe will be have a great time while interacting through this Blog.

Every parrot owner desires a pet parrot that will not only love them unconditionally but will also be well behaved. Sadly, not every parrot owner is granted this wish, simply because they do not know how to properly train their pet parrots.

When deciding to train your parrot, there are a few pointers that you should continue, the most important being that how you respond to your parrot’s behavior will affect your parrot’s attitude towards you.

Remember, that no matter how annoyed or frustrated you become, you should never, under any circumstances, hit your parrot or throw things at your parrot’s cage. Parrots are also very fragile animals and just the smallest bit of force can lead to a serious injury and even death. Physically abusing any parrot can cause psychological problems for the parrot and even lead to more aggression in your parrot.

Do not continue to show your disapproval at your parrot’s behavior as this can cause undue emotional stress for your parrot. Instead, keep your parrot’s training session short, sweet and to the point.

Never punish your parrot by withholding its food! Not only is that cruel, but it could also cause serious physical and emotional damage to your parrot. Instead use treats as a reward for accomplishing certain mile stones.

As funny as it sounds, try to appear as comical as possible whilst training your parrot. Parrots can quickly pick up on their owner’s facial expressions and will quickly learn as long as your body language expresses your dislike for your parrot’s behavior. At the same time, be sure to speak softly to your parrot. However, the tone of your voice should not be too low or too loud.

When your training session is over, allow your parrot to go back into his cage or onto a play stand for a rest period. Wait at least half an hour before you go back to your parrot and play with him so that he knows he did a good job.

All parrots have their own unique personality and intelligence level. Some parrots will learn faster than other parrots of the same species. Do not be too discouraged if your parrot does not seem to enjoy his training sessions with you. If you are consistent with the training sessions, your parrot will eventually learn what is expected of him.

Keep in mind that patience and perseverance go a long way in training parrots effectively. Remember to provide your parrot with lots of tender, loving care and he will quickly become a very well behaved parrot.

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Regards,
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