Meeting the Physical Needs of Parrots

Written by Deb White. Posted in The Physical Needs of Parrots

Sun Conure taking a bathAs caretakers of these marvelous creatures we must provide for their physical needs to the very best of our abilities. By consistently addressing all of the key areas outlined in our articles you will not only enhance your bird's quality of life but will also strengthen his relationship with you.

A parrot who has his physical needs addressed is more likely to be:

  • happier
  • healthier
  • more active and playful
  • mentally engaged
  • less prone to behavioral problems
  • long lived

What are a parrot's primary physical needs?

Parrots aren't easy as pets, there are a wide array of basic physical needs that parrot owners must address on a daily basis to ensure the well being of their beloved pets. For more in-depth information on each of the specific needs click on the article category links below:

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