Like any animal, parrots need to feel secure and happy in their home. Whether you are housing your pets in a breeder birdcage, a divided birdcage or a corner birdcage, it’s important that you may your pet feel secure, safe and happy. How do you do this?
In reality, it’s quite simple: create a daily routine and stick with it.
How would you feel if you ended up going to work at a different time each day, eating breakfast at various times and never knowing exactly when your boss would let you go home? This would probably drive you crazy. The same is true for your parrots. They are creatures of habit. And they need a routine to feel secure. Here are a few tips for creating a routine that will help your parrots love life:
- Figure out a time that works best for you. Is it easiest to fill your breeder birdcage or corner birdcages with food as soon as you wake up, or after you’ve had breakfast yourself? Whatever you decide, commit to it. Your bird will be sitting by the door of his breeder birdcage expecting you at the same time each morning.
- Schedule regular play hours. Before long, this will be your pet’s favorite time of the day. If you’re late, or forget about it, your parrot will be prancing around his breeder birdcage or divided birdcage all in a huff.
- How to Make Sure You Never Forget Your Pet In His Breeder Birdcage
We all know how easy it is to forget things. Bird ownership comes with dozens of responsibilities—from cleaning the divided birdcage or corner birdcages on a regular basis, to making sure your pet has regular veterinarian check-ups. It’s easy to get overwhelmed…and to forget. One way to ensure that you don’t forget about your bird and leave him unattended in his breeder birdcages or corner birdcages is to simply make your pet a propriety. That’s right. Put him on the top of your mental “to-do” list. You wouldn’t forget to feed your kids or pick them up from daycare would you? Extend the same type of priority to your bird.