You need to be wise about pet interaction in a home with multiple pets. Birds can’t interact with other pet species, and sometimes they don’t even get along with other birds. Arm yourself with info to prevent any negative interactions.
Birds & Other Pets: Why You Need To Be On Guard
If you share your home with companions of both the feathered and furred kind, you might long to see your pets hang out together and be best friends. But before you do, these real-life situations prove that the hazards are real and the consequences potentially tragic.
Friends or Frenemies—How Well Do Parrots Interact with Each Other?
For parrots in the wild, flock dynamics include bonded pairs, siblings, and flockmates who forage for food together, play together, or simply co-exist with one another (and, of course, help keep a lookout for predators). What about companion parrots? Will two parrots get along? Dr. Pepperberg dishes on the interactions among her African grey parrots, as well as explains why it can be challenging so to predict how flock dynamics will play out inside the home.
Pet Birds & Other Birds
It’s easy to assume that birds must like other birds. But before you buddy up two birds consider that fact that many avian veterinarians treat bird patients that were injured by other bird housemates.