by Robyn Bright on May 28, 2015
“Birds require a variety of food for optimal health, and while pellets were once thought of as a complete diet for avian pets, that has changed. Pellets made for specific bird groups or even one species may be beneficial, as they will cover a lot of nutritional needs, but birds must eat a variety of foods, including vegetables, fruits, grains, nuts and even seeds. In general, pellets should make up approximately 60 percent of a…”

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by Robyn Bright on Apr 27, 2015
“When it comes to pet bird cages, the saying about bigger being better is so true, and thankfully, manufacturers agree. The market is increasingly offering larger cages to suit pets’ needs. Meanwhile, customers are becoming more educated about the care of pets, and they are seeking roomier bird cages, often…”
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…”
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…”