When I worked back in Switzerland for a veterinarian who was a bird expert I saw a lot of birds arriving at the vet’s office showing signs of lack of vitamins. I can’t even emphasize enough how important it is for your bird, your parrots, finches, parakeets and whatever bird you have, to be provided with the necessary vitamins.
There are strong signs that your bird might show that indicate a lack of vitamins. Let’s take a closer look at those signs and at what you need to know about the available multi-vitamin products.
There’s no question about rabbits being perfect as pets. They are cute, as young and as older, and they have a friendly and very extroverted often very expressive personality that goes well with being a pet. All these points seem to make it easy to get a bunny as pet.
But a rabbit is an animal with needs and requirements that need to be fulfilled.
Birds love to bathe by nature. You can easily watch it if you place a bird bath into your backyard and observe all the birds using it frantically – as we saw it in our backyard. Even dozens of pheasants visited our bird bath daily and scrambled to take a bath at the same time. Pure fun!
Well, your little pet bird is the same. Since your bird cannot clean himself in rain, a puddle or stream or just hop through wet grass you need to provide your little friend an appropriate bird bath. I have some tips for you about bird baths.
Guinea Pigs are very high up there among the most popular pets for kids. If you consider to get a guinea pig for your child or for yourself, here are some information about their behavior and needs.
It is doubtlessly important to have some knowledge about your new pet’s natural behavior and instincts in order to provide a perfect environment keeping your guinea pig happy and healthy.