Lovebirds make great pets. You never get bored around these chirpy creatures. People prefer lovebirds over other pets because they’re small and easy to care for. They are healthier than other birds if taken care of properly.
Lovebirds are playful and active parrots. They need a large cage that can have enough room for their toys and necessities. The larger the cage, the better. The minimum size cage for one lovebird should be 18″ long , 18″ wide works well. For a pair, a cage twice as big would be preferred. Horizontal bars on sides are advised.
The ultimate food diet for these chirpy creatures consists of seeds, grain, and other fruits. For a healthy diet, it is advisable to provide a variety of foods that involve fruits. Seed mixes work well for daily meals.
Birds like to bathe, but there are always exceptions. Some like being sprayed and some might even hate it! Their nails must be trimmed if they get too long by someone who has the right knowledge of how to do it.
It’s very important to keep your bird’s cage clean. Their food and water must be changed regularly and overfeeding has to be avoided. Their toys and other things can be cleaned once a week.
Lovebird training can be mastered easily with a young bird. Young birds have the gifted ability to learn tricks. Adult birds, on the other hand, are difficult to tame and don’t learn a lot of tricks or even attempt at imitating behaviours. Birds are social creatures and enjoy good company. They need the right training to be at their best.