Parakeet care is the
most important step in keeping parakeets as pets. Remember
their immune systems can be touchy. This means that
at the first sign of illness, you should contact your
veterinarian immediately. Even a simple virus can turn
deadly overnight. Parakeet care means a regular
checkup of their plumage. Birds keep their plumage in
peak condition by preening. You can encourage this by
occasionally misting it with warm water.
Selecting the right cage for your parakeets
is an important part of parakeet care. Choose a cage
that is large enough to allow it plenty of exercise.
Most cages come with 2 perches. For more specialised
parakeet care, you can attach a cuttlebone
to the side of the cage. It will help keep the bird's
beak in good condition and will serve as a source of
calcium and other minerals.
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The most important step in parakeet
care is the positioning of the cage. This crucial
decision can make or break your relationship with your
parakeet. This also determines whether your parakeet
is healthy and playful or lonely and depressed! Do you
know exactly how many times a week your parrot needs to
have a bath during the summer? During the winter? Lack
of parakeet care can result in feather plucking, moody
and ill-trained parakeets at home.
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