Living with a parrot roommate is a bit different. Caring for pet birds requires some strategy to optimize cleaning efforts. Following the advice in these articles helps both your home and your parrot’s home stay clean.
Why A Routine Helps The Flock & The Caregiver
A daily routine can give companion parrots a sense of security — knowing what’s in the plan for the day means they can look forward to timely meals/snacks, out-of-cage time, social interaction, and clean cages. Get inspired by the way Lisa Bono, CPBC, maintains a schedule that helps ensure she doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to caring for the flock.
Tips To Manage Your Pet Bird’s Mess
In addition to tried-and-true cage maintenance products, there are additional ways to maintain a clean and healthy environment for your feather companion. With some simple pre-planning and regular maintenance, you’ll be able to put your feet up and enjoy more one-on-one time with your bird.
Furniture Fixes For Pet Bird Owners
Here is a look at furniture types that might be vulnerable to the feathered kind, and what you can do about it.
Tips To Get Your Bird Back In The Cage
Our small birds love their time out of the cage. How do we know this? We know because sometimes it’s soooo difficult to get them back in the cage. Plan for this by training your pet bird. Here are some tips to try for when you need to get your small bird back in the cage, now.
Spring Cleaning Tips For Bird Owners
Check out these easy “Spring Clean” tips and tricks every pet bird enthusiast should try.
Give Your Bird A Clean Cage This Summer
Here are three things you can do for your feathered companion to improve his health and well being, as well as add some summer-inspired fun to his day.