Clean bird cage: Cleaning the cage or aviary is one of the basic tasks when you have a pet bird. How to proceed, how often, and which product to use? Why should you clean your pet bird's cage? What...

Conure parrot

Conure parrot: Some Information You Should Know About Green-cheeked Conure The seeds of sesame and pumpkin "better organic" contain calcium and zinc which help fertilization. Sesame seeds also contain amnion acids that the parrot's body cannot make. You can add...
Reproduction in pet parrot: How does reproduction happen in pet birds? How many eggs are laid? How long does the brood last? What should couples be assured during breeding? Reproduction is one of the important aspects of the life of...
Prepare for the arrival of your pet Parrot: How to welcome your pet bird at home? What preparations need to be made for your future feathered companion to adapt as easily as possible to his new environment? Here...

Parrot cage

Parrot cage: Choosing a cage for a pet bird is a crucial step because the animal will spend a lot of time there and its well-being will depend to a large extent. Choose the size of the pet bird...
how to clean a bird cage: Cleaning and disinfecting your bird's cage is a task that should not be neglected. On the one hand to avoid odors and the proliferation of bacteria following the accumulation of droppings and the rest...
  Moulting in Parrot: Moulting can be a delicate phase for the parrot, hence the need to understand this phenomenon and respond to the specific needs of the animal. Regularly, the birds change their plumage to have a brand new one. This is called molting, like in...
Digestive Disorders in green cheek conure: PDD or proventricular dilation disease in birds PDD (Proventricular Dilatation Disease) or proventricular dilation disease is a digestive disorder affecting Psittacidae and more particularly parrots. As the name suggests, it results in dilation of...
Symptoms and diseases of pet Parrot: What are the main diseases affecting birds in this company? How do they manifest? Symptoms of parrot fever An abnormally inactive bird or, on the contrary, very agitated, loss of feathers (except molting period), diarrhea, constipation, vomiting,...
Stress in the Parrot: Like all living things, birds are sensitive to stress and suffer from it both psychologically and physically. Anxiety can have a variety of causes and it is important to identify them quickly in order to make...