Parakeets: For Beginners - Learn Everything You Need To Know About Your Parakeet Care And Training! by Keith MorenoParakeets (FREE BONUS INCLUDED)
For Beginners - Learn Everything You Need To Know About Your Parakeet Care And Training!
This eBook can give you all of the tips and advice that you need throughout the whole process of getting a parakeet from; where to get one and bringing it home to the definite equipment essentials that you need.
It can also give you in depth information about feeding types and how to create a healthy well-rounded diet for your parakeet and what foods are poisonous and a definite no-no.
This eBook can also help you to train your new friend and how to make the room safe when you decide to let them out of their cage (as well as how to get them back in if you let them out accidentally).
Overall this eBook is a one stop guide to everything parakeet that is the only resource you will need for having a happy and healthy new pet.
Here is a preview of what youll learn: Background about parakeets in the wild, Settling in and coming home, Equipment and cleaning, Cleaning the cage, Feeding, Training.
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Tips for Caring for Your First Pet Budgie (Parakeet)
Parakeets are friendly birds that have made great pets for bird-lovers all over the world. A parakeet is more than just a pretty thing to look at, though. Bringing a parakeet home means making it part of your family. These social birds will want to play, chew, talk, and be in a home where they can bond with people. They also have regular needs for which you will have to provide. If you are willing to put the time in to socialize and care for one, though, a parakeet may be the pet for you. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in with a degree in veterinary medicine and surgery.
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Parakeets make for fun and entertaining pets, without requiring a lot of maintenance or cost. Given the proper care, parakeets can live as long as 10 to 14 years--nearly as long as cats and dogs. The folowing ten tips will give you the information you need to raise happy, healthy birds! If you have a single bird, a mirror is practically a must. A lone parakeet will enjoy your company, but a mirror helps them feel less alone when you are not around. You can also buy bird stand-ins from pet stores to give your keet company, but that seems rather silly to me.
Learning how to take care of a parakeet can be a difficult task if you do not know where to start your preparations. I decided to do some research on how to care for parakeets. When it comes to caring for a living, breathing animal you will need to make a list of immediate items to purchase for them. For Parakeets, that is a cage and much more. Searching for these items will not have to a hassle, in fact, if you continue reading you will have everything you need to know without stress! The types of parakeets to choose from are seemingly endless.
Most bird cages designated for parakeets are far too confining. For comparison, imagine that you have to spend your life in a square foot space. Ideally, your bird will be able to fly the length of the cage for exercise. In the wild, parakeets a name used interchangeably with budgies fly many miles a day to find food. Unlike some other companion birds who will exercise as much as space allows if given a small cage and bird perches , the bird will just sit there all day , your budgie will be active in any size cage, so a small bird cage will not offer the same opportunity for exercise, especially flying, that a flight cage does. In the wild, parakeets eat mostly young grass seeds, or mature seeds and vegetation when young seeds are out of season.