Toys for your pet birds are just as important as their nutrition. They play a vital role in maintaining good health. Toys contribute to both mental and physical health of your birds. Interacting with toys does not only stimulate birds’ mind, but also keeps them active and engaged physically. Well… anything else about toys that we have to pay attention to?
Egg laying is a natural and seasonal process for birds. Female pet birds can lay eggs even without the presence of the opposite sex. A bird with good health and living environment can nurture egg production, but some pet birds do not hatch or even unable to complete the whole laying cycle. This may trigger frequent egg laying practice that ultimately drains them and poses life-threatening health problems such as egg binding and yolk peritonitis.
How to prevent your birds from frequent laying eggs?
There are many reasons that your birds stop eating. As a pet bird owner, if your birds stop eating, you need to figure out the root cause as soon as possible.
Don’t be too worried if your birds stop eating. Check if the following situations happen.
- Illness? Disease? Injured?
- Changed birds’ food?
- Just brought your birds home?
- Having a new birdcage? Changed the food/water bowl?
Do birds fart? The answer is “No”. However, I have heard one of my lovebirds emitted fart-like sound. Why would it happen?