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Bird Health & Care

If your companion animal has feathers instead of fur, you’ve come to the right place to find health and wellness advice. Here you can learn all about bird behavior, diseases, conditions and so much more!

Wet parrot after bath Bird Health & Care
Warm Weather Tips For Exotic Pets
Like dogs and cats, exotic pets such as birds, rabbits, lizards, and guinea pigs need to stay cool and comfortable during the summer months.
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Bird Health & Care
Egg Binding in Birds and Reptiles
Egg-binding in birds and reptiles occurs when a female is unable to lay an egg, meaning it remains within the reproductive tract indefinitely.
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Parrots, Problems, and the Power of the Positive Bird Health & Care
Parrots, Problems, and the Power of the Positive
It happens every year. Birds scream. People scream back. As the days get longer and temperatures start to climb, the screaming gets worse. Some pet parrots scream all year long, but many scream louder when their hormonal clocks get wound up in spring as they are looking to mate.
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Adopt a bird! Bird Health & Care
January Is National Adopt a Rescued Bird Month!
There are thousands of abandoned, homeless birds in need of adoption, and with the aid of the Internet, you can actually see and learn about them without ever leaving your house.
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Bird Health & Care
Sex and the Single Parrot: Insights for Bewildered Bird Owners
According to a recent study, men think about sex 18 times each day, while women think about it 10 times each day. Should we be surprised that parrots that live in very large social flocks in the wild also are obsessed with sex?
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