Cleaning Your Pet Bird’s Cage
Birds thrive in a clean environment, and the responsibility of cleaning a pet bird’s enclosure falls on the owner. Thus, before making the decision to bring home a feathered pet, ask yourself if you have the time to devote to this daily routine. Since birds are particularly messy, cleaning of the enclosure’s surroundings should also be tended to frequently. Cleaning your pet’s cage is not really a difficult job; however it will entail time and effort.
Without regular cleaning, the bird’s droppings can accumulate inside the enclosure. As feces breaks down, there is the release of ammonia into the air. This compound is bad for everyone’s lungs, pets and humans alike.
When doing a thorough cleaning of your pet’s enclosure, place him in a carrying cage and move him into another room. If there is a large pile of dried bird dropping, make sure there is enough ventilation while you work.
Bring your cat to a veterinarian for regular checkups.
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