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Opentop Bird Cage

Parrots are sociable creatures. They love companionship. So if you are considering becoming a parrot owner, you will need to think long and hard about your current lifestyle. Birds are not decorations. And they are definitely not low-maintenance pets. If you want a pet simply to look at, consider a goldfish.


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Parrots demand a lot of attention. You cannot leave your parrot inside his opentop bird cage or play top bird cage 24 hours a day, seven days a week and expect him to be happy. You can’t even leave your pet inside his play top bird cage or scalloped top bird cage for 20 hours a day, 6 days a week. Parrots need to spend at least 2-3 hours outside of their opentop bird cage every day. Ideally, they should be able to spend 4-5 hours of their day exploring the world outside of their scalloped top bird cages or opentop bird cages.

 

How to Make Sure Your Pet Spends Plenty of Time Outside His Opentop Bird Cage

After reading that your pet should spend at least 2 hours each day outside of his opentop bird cage or play top bird cage, you may shake your head in despair. “I don’t have that kind of time” you say. “When I get home I have dozens of things to do.” Here are a few tips for making sure your pets gets enough time away from his opentop bird cages or scalloped top bird cages.

1.       Let your parrot sit next to you as you write out the bills or do book work. Parrots don’t require your undivided attention. Sometimes, they just want to be with you! So open the door to their scalloped top bird cage and let them keep you company.

2.       Host parties, instead of attending them. Bottom line: your bird needs you at home with him most of the time. But that doesn’t mean you have to give up all your social activities. Simply offer to host them. Your bird can spend some time outside of his play top bird cages and join the fun.

3.       Set a goal. Determine how much time you can realistically spend with your bird, then stick to it. If you think you can invest an hour and a half or 3 hours a day, then make that time your priority. Your bird will enjoy following you around the house, eating out of your hand and working on training techniques together.