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The pet owner
Loss of your best friend
Birds - Basic health and care
Caring for your pet bird
Bringing a bird into your home should be a happy and rewarding experience. A well cared for bird will keep you entertained for years with many birds living a lifespan of between 10-80 years. Having a
Feeding native and wild birds
Sitting on a park bench by your favourite lake, river or water body and watching local wildlife busy at work and play is a relaxing pasttime for most. At the same time tossing a few slices of stale
It’s time to visit the Vet
We have all been in that position before. Keeping a watchful eye on that one spot that our furry friend keeps itching. Then the internal fight begins on whether you should take them straight to the vet or are you just overthinking this?
The 'Perfect home' for pet birds
Increasingly, pet birds are spending more time out of their cages as bird ownership increases, and birds become "mobile companions". Even so, correct cage selection and management are important, even
The benefits of preventative care for your pet’s health
Your vet can give you advice on how to look after your pet, but as a pet owner the responsibility is with you to make sure your pets are fit and healthy.
Why our feathered friends are different to the average pet?
Birds are unique in how they show and respond to disease. They have a 'preservation reflex' where they hide obvious signs of illness until they are in an advanced state and near collapse. This is why