Birds

by Robyn Bright on Mar 30, 2015
“Learning how to train a pet properly is generally considered one of the hardest yet most important concepts for pet owners and anyone in the pet industry to master. Still, since no one wants an ill-trained pet that behaves badly, anyone that sells pets and pet products should invest time into learning effective training methods that they can teach new owners.To help us understand and train intelligent species like parrots, comparisons can be made between…”

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by Robyn Bright on Mar 1, 2015
“Attitudes about pet ownership have shifted dramatically in the past few years, as evidenced by the increasing number of pet owners who now refer to themselves as pet parents and their pets as children. While this change has been reflected in many pet product categories, the trend has been particularly…”
by Robyn Bright on Feb 1, 2015
“Recently, a customer asked me if there are any birds that are completely quiet. My answer was simple; there are no caged bird species available that do not make at least some noise. However, there are some pet birds, like those in the finch family, that are not as loud…”
by Robyn Bright on Dec 29, 2014
“For most people, toys connote fun and joy, and they would not be wrong. However, for captive birds, having access to a frequently refreshed collection of toys means so much more. Parrots require a variety of toys to keep them mentally stimulated and physically healthy. Toys are also key to…”
by Robyn Bright on Dec 1, 2014
“Setting up a birdcage is much like furnishing a home. The cage should have a secure and comfortable place to sleep, an area to hang out and be entertained, and fresh food. Failing to include any one of these components can lead to a number of physical and mental problems…”