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A healthy parrot

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To make sure a bird is healthy, it should be observed carefully.

– Do not get too close to him.
– Do not make big movements (keep your arms around your body).
– Do not tap on the cage to get his attention.

I am healthy!

Signs of good health include:

1) The parrot must have a beautiful plumage that he has maintained.
He must have all his feathers. The parrot can pull out its feathers when it is stressed, depressed or bored and stitching is a behavioral problem that is almost impossible to treat!
In addition, the feathers must not be twisted, curled or twisted (especially signs of vitamin A deficiency).

2) The look is sharp.

3) The parrot sleeps normally (ie on one leg) and its belly does not rest on the bar.

4) He breathes calmly without opening his beak. The nostrils are dry (without any flow) and unobstructed.

5) He eats or ate the food at his disposal.

6) The droppings are two-colored and there is no diarrhea at the bottom of the cage.

Remember that if the parrot cries and hides in the bottom of the cage when you approach, it is certainly a wild parrot import.

Stitching is often without a therapeutic solution.
It reflects the stress or boredom of the parrot