Happy & Healthy Pet Birds
Service Animals / Emotional Support Animals (ESA)
The Spectacular Hummingbirds! - Amazing Facts About the Tiniest of all Birds
Pet Owner Survival Manual
The Avianweb: The most comprehensive resource on bird care, behavior and health ...
- Behavioral Problems in Parrots
- Communicate with your Pet
Discusses the most common behavioral problems in companion parrots; apparent causes of these problems and proven strategies to modify their behavior.
Could YOU be causing your pet to bite? Find out how your behavior towards your pet can cause it to turn into an aggressive biter ...
Find out how our pets interpret and react to our actions or inactions; or our misinterpretation of what they are trying to tell us can turn even the sweetest pet into a biter. Knowing how they respond to our actions will help in preventing aggression and other undesirable behavior traits; plus it will enable us to guide our pets' behavior in the right direction.
A listing of diseases with links to informational pages with latest research, causes, symptoms and treatments.
Find out what diseases your pet is most susceptible to (with links to disease informational pages)
First Signs / Symptoms of a Sick Pet; also information on do-it-yourself disease / gender testing (is your pet male or female?), do-It-yourself bacterial testing / microbiology, as well as lab & veterinary resources ... Also: New & Well Pet Exams - recommended tests that your vet will run to assess your pet's health status.
Taking care of a sick pet is stressful and painful at the same time. Other than the recommended vet visit, there are things YOU can and SHOULD do to help your pet get better or even survive a critical phase.
Our pets are by nature very curious and can get themselves into trouble very quickly. The amount of toxins in our homes pose more risks to their wellbeing. Provides information on common household toxins and the contact information for the Animal Poison Control Center), common emergencies (such as air sac ruptures, bite wounds, burns, loss of appetite, wound care, eye problems / injuries, oil-soaked feathers, respiratory problems / labored breathing, flu-like symptoms, regurgitation / vomiting, sneezing /coughing, airway obstruction and injury prevention). Last, but not least, you will find ways to identify, remedy and prevent these health hazards.
Other Valuable Resources
- Breeders Section - find information on storing, handling and incubation eggs for maximum viability, raising chicks to healthy and well-adjusted adults.
- Just for fun! Interesting facts!