Lovebirds remain lovely only when
lovebird care is foolproof. All of
us who have had parrots or other pets or children in
the house know what it is to take care of babies. Parrots,
especially lovebirds have very sensitive immune systems.
This means that at the first sign of illness, you should
contact your veterinarian immediately. Even a simple
virus can turn deadly overnight. Lovebird care
means, first and foremost, a regular checkup of their
plumage. Preening is the lovebird's natural way of taking
care of its plumage. You can encourage this by occasionally
misting it with warm water.
There is nothing like sweet home. So, selecting the
right cage for your lovebirds is an important part of
lovebird care. Lovebirds need a lot
of exercise. The cage you buy should have sufficient
room for it to play around. Most cages come with 2 perches.
For more specialised lovebird care, you can attach a
cuttlebone to the side of the cage. This will help keep
the bird's beak in good condition besides working as
a source of calcium and other minerals.
The most important step in love
bird care is the positioning of the cage. This
crucial decision lays the foundation of your relationship
with your lovebird. This also determines your lovebird's
mood, playfullness and attitude to you and your family!
Do you know exactly how many times a week your lovebird
needs to have a bath during the summer? During the winter?
Improper love bird care can result in feather plucking,
moody and ill-trained lovebirds at home.
Just as it is good to know about diseases your child
is prone to contract and precautions you can take to
protect him/her, similarly it is wise to know what injuries
and what diseases can affect your lovebird before you
undertake foolproof lovebird care. In all my
years of research on lovebird care,
nothing has impressed me as much as Nathalie Roberts.'
Get Some Amazing
L ovebird Secrets Sent
To Your Email Inbox
It is a training manual that gives you all possible
tips to train your lovebird in only a few days' time!
She shares all her secrets to stop all the bad behaviour
of lovebirds and make it a happy, singing and lovable
pet. A well trained lovebird is the fruit of successful
She tells you everything you need to know about love
bird care. Learn about the 9 major diseases
that can affect your lovebird, young parrot diseases
and the 10 most common injuries that can affect your
to get all possible information on love bird care.
The best companion to her book is the amazing video
by Chet Womach where he takes untrained lovebirds and
in front of the camera, shows you how to train them.
NO actors. NO complex techniques. Interested? Buy it
and have cuddly and hilarious lovebirds in your life.
Is it difficult to
To More on Lovebird...