by Robyn Bright on Oct 1, 2013
“    It is a fact that most pet retailers do not sell wild bird products. The reasons range from not having enough space to not wanting to compete with mass-market stores. But today’s bird lovers are giving retailers good reason to reconsider their stance on these products. As people grow increasingly fond of providing and caring for the wild birds that visit their yards, they are looking to buy feeders and bird feed that…”

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by Robyn Bright on Sep 1, 2013
“      Though few and far between, there are a number of retailers that sell only one line of exotic pets and related products, and they generally fall into three categories including fish-, reptile- or bird-only pet stores. Meanwhile, some full-line stores may emphasize a particular department of livestock.…”
by Robyn Bright on Aug 1, 2013
“Feeding caged birds properly can be difficult, due to the fact that there are many different groups and species—each with specific nutritional requirements. Through the years, however, manufacturers have done a lot of research and changed their diets as needed to come up with formulas that are both complete and…”
by Robyn Bright on Jul 1, 2013
“    If there is one thing bird owners can count on, it is that their pets will eat food and generate waste. Dealing with the mess involved does not have to be difficult or labor intensive, but it does have to be consistent and done in a way that…”
by Robyn Bright on Jun 1, 2013
“    It is inevitable that, at some point, a pet owner will have to administer first-aid to their pet. Being prepared for an emergency can often mean the difference between the pet surviving or being lost, and this is especially true with pet birds. Proper advice and products should…”