Pet Bird Care

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  1. How to Pick a Bird
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    How to Pick a Bird

  2. Does a Parrot Make a Good Pet?
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    Does a Parrot Make a Good Pet?

  3. Different Types of Parrots
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    Different Types of Parrots

  4. How Long Do Birds Live?
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    How Long Do Birds Live?

  5. Best Birds for a Beginner
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    Best Birds for a Beginner

  6. What Is the Best Pet Bird for a Child?
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    What Is the Best Pet Bird for a Child?

  7. What Birds Can You Hold?
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    What Birds Can You Hold?

  8. What Are the Best Apartment Birds?
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    What Are the Best Apartment Birds?

  9. Which Birds Talk the Best?
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    Which Birds Talk the Best?

  10. Do Birds Cause Allergies?
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    Do Birds Cause Allergies?

  11. Should You Have More than One Bird?
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    Should You Have More than One Bird?

  12. How to Prepare for a Bird
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    How to Prepare for a Bird

  13. How to Bring a Bird into Home with Pets
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    How to Bring a Bird into Home with Pets

  14. How to Bring a Bird into Home with Baby
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    How to Bring a Bird into Home with Baby

  15. How to Pick a Birdcage
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    How to Pick a Birdcage

  16. How to Set Up a Birdcage
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    How to Set Up a Birdcage

  17. How to Clean a Birdcage
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    How to Clean a Birdcage

  18. What Toys & Supplies Do You Need?
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    What Toys & Supplies Do You Need?

  19. What Are the Best Bird Toys?
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    What Are the Best Bird Toys?

  20. How to Feed a Bird
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    How to Feed a Bird

  21. How to Feed a Baby Bird
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    How to Feed a Baby Bird

  22. How to Bathe a Bird
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    How to Bathe a Bird

  23. How to Groom a Bird
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    How to Groom a Bird

  24. Should You Clip Your Bird's Wings?
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    Should You Clip Your Bird's Wings?

  25. How to Keep Your Bird Safe
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    How to Keep Your Bird Safe

  26. How Much Exercise Does a Bird Need?
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    How Much Exercise Does a Bird Need?

  27. How to Train a Bird
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    How to Train a Bird

  28. What's the Best Temperature for a Bird?
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    What's the Best Temperature for a Bird?

  29. How to Get a Parrot to Talk
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    How to Get a Parrot to Talk

  30. How to Quiet a Bird
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    How to Quiet a Bird

  31. How to Travel with a Bird
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    How to Travel with a Bird

  32. How to Board Your Bird
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    How to Board Your Bird

  33. How to Determine a Bird's Sex
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    How to Determine a Bird's Sex

  34. Do Pet Birds Lay Eggs?
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    Do Pet Birds Lay Eggs?

  35. How Much Do Birds Sleep?
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    How Much Do Birds Sleep?

  36. Veterinary Care Your Bird Requires
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    Veterinary Care Your Bird Requires

  37. How to Know If Your Bird Is Sick
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    How to Know If Your Bird Is Sick

  38. What Are Common Bird Illnesses?
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    What Are Common Bird Illnesses?

  39. How to Recognize Bird Medical Emergency
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    How to Recognize Bird Medical Emergency

  40. What Are Blood Feathers?
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    What Are Blood Feathers?

  41. What Is PBFD?
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    What Is PBFD?

  42. What to Do If a Bird Bites You
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    What to Do If a Bird Bites You

  43. How to Take Care of a Canary & Finch
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    How to Take Care of a Canary & Finch

  44. How to Take Care of a Cockatiel
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    How to Take Care of a Cockatiel

  45. How to Take Care of a Cockatoo
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    How to Take Care of a Cockatoo

  46. Cockatoo vs. Cockatiel
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    Cockatoo vs. Cockatiel

  47. How to Care for an African Grey Parrot
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    How to Care for an African Grey Parrot

  48. How to Take Care of a Macaw
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    How to Take Care of a Macaw

  49. What Is a Dove Like as a Pet?
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    What Is a Dove Like as a Pet?

  50. About Dr. Laurie Hess & Sarah Inglis
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    About Dr. Laurie Hess & Sarah Inglis

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  • Dr. Laurie Hess

    Dr. Laurie Hess is one of fewer than 150 veterinarians in the world board certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Avian (bird) Medicine. She is the owner of the Veterinary Center for Birds & Exotics in Bedford Hills, NY, where she treats birds and other exotic pets and species. Dr. Hess is a regular guest on TV and radio stations across the U.S. and Canada discussing various exotic pet topics. She has lectured both nationally and internationally about her field and has published numerous articles and book chapters on the subject.