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Baby Parrot Basics

Dive the sands if you like but the clich� quote "dog is a man's best friend" does not work for everyone. Roaming around pet shops will open you to invigorating trip to possibilities of choosing the best pet. They have to be chosen wisely. How about buying a baby parrot?

Passion for parrots is a calling. People get the best hobbies out of raising baby parrots into talking machines, mesmerizing guests and fans. Bringing home baby parrots from a pet shop is not as dramatic as expecting storks' warning signs.

You do not need an expert to start taking care of baby parrots, although it will need patience. The major common sense is just like thinking of taking care a delicate infant, where the big difference is how easy parrots can be reared because they can peck and eat instinctively.

When this thought is quite easy to remember when raking care of baby parrots, do not forget the next important formula: SOCIALIZING. While baby parrots don't seem to interact, they are social beings too. You will notice their advancement is proportional to the amount of attention they get from their caregivers.

Parrots are marvelous when the other owners achieved the goals they wanted out of their pet, so it is quite overwhelming when the whole process could turn out disappointing. But in the meantime, it is early to judge your novice capacities.

Bringing home a new baby parrot must be properly planned because it is a calling on its own. Provide a nice cage with provisions for food, water and entertainment toys. Be sure to have the basics on how to maintain the parrot's body temperature in every crucial times of the night, especially if the parrot is on its first week of age.

Some things to remember about general care of baby parrots:

- Do not confuse baby parrots by scaring them
- Provide security and privacy by placing its cage in a corner: one side is facing the wall and the other side on the rest of the room
- Change diet gradually and avoid over feeding
- Never hold a new parrot on its first day of life, but you can start taking it out of the cage for interaction of the third day.
- Monitor the food servings, intake and droppings

A dedicated time of 10 minutes a day is enough to train a baby parrot to respond with simple commands like letting it step. Verbal commands are even better to hasten the interaction.

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