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Know the most popular pet birds - lovebirds

Lovebird is a pleasing and popular pet bird for children, elders and adults. It is a quiet bird and will not disturb you and make noises constantly. By the way, it is a sociable pet bird and can establish solid relationship with all of your family members if it is hand-fed since its young age. Generally speaking, it is better to keep a single lovebird in the cage. If two lovebirds are kept in a cage, they will bond with each other neglecting your existence.

Two lovebirds on a wood perch

Lovebirds are small parrots. They are famous for bright-colored feather and quite character.

Lovebird Brief Description:

  • Adult Size: 5-1/2 to 6 inches (140 to 150mm);
  • Adult Weight: 1-3/4 to 2-1/2 ounces (50 to 70g);
  • Life Span: 12 to 15 years;
  • Talking ability: poor.

Lovebird Appearance

Lovebirds belong to short and stocky parrots. They have short tails, large heads and beaks. They have a lot of different color varieties depending on different species. Generally speaking, their faces and neck are brighter than the rest of the body. You can tell the bird age by the amount of black on his break. The blacker, the younger. Usually, the black won’t disappear until it is 4-month old.

Lovebird Cage:

A large and sturdy aviary cage is better for its health mentally and physically. Wrought iron and stainless steel are the two main materials. The point of choosing a secure flight cage depends on the bar spacing. 3/8 inch (9.5mm) is strongly recommended. Our small flight cage is a perfect home for lovebirds. It is also equipped with several perches which make the flight free.

Lovebird Diet

Right food is essential to pet birds’ health and lifespan. It is important to provide a diet that is safe, healthy and delicious;

  • Grain Products (50% of diet);
  • Bagels (low-salt);
  • Cereal (low-sugar);
  • Melba Toast;
  • Noodles and pasta;
  • Wheat berries;
  • Rice.

Vegetables and Fruits (45% of Diet)

  • Alfalfa sprouts;
  • Banana peppers;
  • Corn;
  • Cabbage;
  • Carrots;
  • Bean sprouts;
  • Apple;
  • Apricots;
  • Blueberries;
  • Cantaloupe;
  • Cherries;
  • Lemons;
  • Plums;
  • Pineapple.

Dairy and Meat (5% of diet)

  • Cheese;
  • Cottage cheese;
  • Eggs;
  • Chicken;
  • Fish.

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