When you look for high-quality avian healthcare you are at the right place. Our vets are here for you to do general health checks, nutritional needs, behaviour and housing of parrots. While smaller bird species do not require as much space, larger parrots do.
The key to good health for your parrot is cleanliness as we have encountered too many sick birds due to dirty cages, feeding and water bowls. A clean cage can help to prevent fungal, viral, and bacterial infections.
Parrots are often fed a seed-only diet, which is where bird owners go wrong. A seed like a sunflower especially drastically reduces the bird’s life span as it is high in fats and the cause of liver disease.
As there is a large range of different parrot species dietary needs can vary greatly. The following are general recommendations for most commonly kept parrot species (not including lorikeets which are nectar-feeding birds):