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In the U.S. the main reason of disease in birds is malnutrition.
It is important to know that feeding a parrot, because that can influence a lot in their longevity and health.
The seeds of millet, sesame, sunflower, millet and oats provide vitamins and nutrients such as vitamin B, proteins and unsaturated fatty acids among other benefits. But most animals need a balanced diet, so the seeds can only be part of their diet by 10% since they have no other components needed for a parrot as calcium or amino acids.
An adult bird can be powered by hazelnuts, walnuts or peanuts. But what you really need are vegetables and fruits as they occupy 50% of food if we want our pet to grow healthy and strong.
For the bird’s good health should be provided with vegetables such as lettuce, spinach or carrots, but must be fresh in the opposite case the bird may face instentinales.
As for fruits, they must also be fresh and seasonal as figs, grapes and bananas.
Animal foods such as milk and eggs are extremely important in the breeding season of the animal due to its high calcium content. You can give your pet the yolk of an egg or bread pudding But the ongoing management of these foods can cause high vitamin long term damage to the animal.
Products that have banned eating are definitely caffeinated drinks alcohol, sugar, gas or salty foods or spicy foods, treats, bones or fruit pits.
In addition to these foods, these types of pets also helps them eat special preparations as the “parrot food” sold in veterinarians.
In the newspaper La Gaceta (Argentina) published an article detailing the characteristics, care tips and advice from the 4 main animals that are purchased as pets: dogs, cats, fish and poultry. The article aims to provide a synthesized information needed to give our pets the best care.
Obviously in such a short space can not synthesize all the information that is important to know, especially considering that within each species, each breed requires special care, but the article is very good and served in some form as “introduction” .
Food: Use your tongue like a spoon to drink. The movement is so fast that almost no one can see the shape of the tongue at first sight. Need daily until 1 / 4 kilo of food. Males eat more than females. A neutered cats should not be giving too much food because they are prone to accumulate fat. A pregnant female cats they must distribute food four times a day. The most common food is raw meat. It is not advisable to give them frozen chicken giblets, because of the danger of disease transmission.
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