Tag Archives | bird care

Natural Disasters, like fires and floods can make your bird sick.

About Your Parrots Respiratory System

By Diane Burroughs Hey there! While most of the focus on the most recent Black Forest Fires in Colorado Spring has, understandably, been on the toll that those fires have exacted on humans, I’ve also been fielding some questions on how air quality in the home (or outside) affects your pet birds respiratory system. So […]

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Wood toys aid a bird in keeping its beak well groomed

How to Trim Your Birds Beak

By Diane Burroughs While different species of birds have different beaks, a bird beak is designed to consume the diet that that particular species eats in its native environment and to groom feathers. Bird’s also use their beaks to feed their young. All beaks are made up of Keratin and dermis woven with vascular layers […]

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Wingabago Bird Carrier Cover

The Bird Carrier: Your Pet’s Home Away From Home

by Phil Samuelson You treat your pet parrot to the best. He gets the best possible diet and treats, best cage, best toys, best T-stand. You even devoted a corner of your living room to his new birdie playpen that you can wheel to any area of your home if desired. This playpen provides you […]

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Jazzy's Missing Pet Poster

7 Valuable Lessons from an Almost Lost Pet

By Diane Burroughs I learned a valuable lesson from an “almost” lost dog last night.  Albeit a sleepless, tense night. My little 6 year old Chihuahua, Jasmine, went missing at 9:30 last night. I had been working on the website a little later than usual and got up to let the dogs out at about […]

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Wild Predators & Pets

I live in Colorado Springs, near a creek bed with lots of hiking and biking trails and I’ve encountered problems with wild predators & pets several times.  It’s a beautiful area, which is why I live here, but we have quite a few hawks, foxes, coyotes and other wild-life in the area so I really […]

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