A pet that will add life and personality to your sweet home, parrots, are the perfect birds to keep as a new beautiful pet. Make the ideal cage for a new guest and get to know their needs with this useful guide.

One of the significant responsibilities is giving them the proper healthcare they need to live a long, happy, and healthy life. Like other birds and animals, parrots also have specific needs and necessities like parrot food and feeder as well as parrot toys that should be there to keep them healthy and happy.

Living Space & Environment

No matter type of parrots you have, they need a clean and healthy living environment. Always buy a large and well-constructed cage, as this will give your parrot a lot of areas to move around. Some parrots may be able to fit in a small cage, but studies showed that those in larger cages tend to live happy lives. 

Once you have created an appropriate cage for parrots, then you must think about the cleanliness of the cage. Some people do not understand that the parrot cage can contain some little dangerous bacteria and parasites that can affect your parrot as well as you. Birds are sensitive to smoke and bad smells. Keep the birdcage away from the kitchen and bathroom. Do not hang or place the parrot cage in direct sunlight. The one more important thing is to make sure to cover birdcage, so your parrot can sleep in a comfortable zone.

healthy and happy parrotes

Playing & Grooming

Parrots are smart, and they can learn some behaviours, like “step up” and “step down.” Some species of parrots can even imitate human speech. A wild parrot enjoys spending time out of the cage every day. But you can provide a T-stand or playpen as a hangout in a cage.

Keep your parrots entertained and busy with different parrot toys in their cage, including puzzles, foraging, squeakers and parrot play stand. Parrots who daily play with their feathers may be bored. If you see they are doing this, it’s time for new parrot toys in the cage.

Feed your Parrot

Generally, parrot’s feed contains grains, fruits and veggies. Refresh your bird’s pellet supply daily and keep the minimum dish three-quarters full. Always make sure that your parrot or bird has access to clean water as well as a mineral block.

Fruits and vegetables are the best way to mix up your parrot’s menu. They will enjoy a variety of food, but these gifts should not the main staple. Vegetables can be given every next day and should not be more than 30% of your parrot diet. When you feed fresh foods, make sure that food available to the bird for a few hours. After that, many fruits and vegetables start to go sour. You can try some nutritious food and vegetables like banana, berries, carrot apple, peas, orange, soybeans and pineapple.