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Parakeets for Sale
We have some adorable Parakeets for Sale. Very tameable and beautiful colors. Will make an excellent pet. we can clip the wings for you to make them easy to tame.
Parakeets are a smaller member of the parrot family, and with proper care can live up to 20 years. The parakeet has become a popular pet due to its often striking colors and ease of taming.
Parakeets are very social birds and prefer to be kept in pairs or small groups. If you do not want to breed your birds, it is suggested to keep them in groups of the same gender.
Parakeets as Pets
They are notoriously good talkers. But their voices are very soft, and they tend to talk rapidly, so you might not recognize the fact that your budgie does indeed have an excellent vocabulary.
Most Parakeets make lovely pets, are highly trainable, and many become excellent talkers! With all the different types of parakeets that are out there, it should not be too hard to find one that is the right bird for you.
We have some adorable baby Parakeets for Sale just out of the nest. Very tameable and beautiful colors. Will make an excellent pet. We can clip the wings for you to make them easy to tame.
Parakeets are an extremely popular pet bird and for a good reason. These small parrots make delightful pets and are usually friendly and easy to tame. While they can sometimes be difficult to understand, they are quite capable of mimicking speech.
The Parakeets are friendly, cheerful companions for all age groups, and are particularly suitable for flats and other situations where a larger pet may not be practicable. Gentle and docile birds, Budgies are straightforward to tame.
Handling your parakeet
Many parakeets can become hand tame. It is easiest to begin hand taming with a young bird. You will need to experiment to find a treat that your individual bird really enjoys. If the parakeet is scared of your hand being near the cage, start by feeding these treats through the bars to coax them near you. It may take some time for your parakeet to learn to trust you and understand that you do not intend to hurt it. Once the bird has become accustomed to you being near the cage, you can use the same process to tame it to sit on your hand.
Parakeets should be provided with a staple diet of fresh parakeet seed or pellets daily. Be sure to check the food dish daily, as they will only eat from the top of what is offered. In addition to a pellet diet, parakeets should be offered chopped dark green and yellow veggies as well as a variety of fruits, hard-cooked eggs, and grated cheese. Millet Spray is also an excellent supplement for parakeets.
Parakeets need fresh water every day. Be sure to wash and rinse the dish thoroughly each day to prevent bacterial growth.
For parakeets, the length of the cage is more important than the height. Ideally, cages should be about 14” long, 16” high, and 17” wide. Perches are a necessary addition to any parakeet cage. Toys such as climbing ladders, ropes, and bells can help keep your parakeet entertained.
Parakeets are very social birds and do well if kept in a colony setting. They will, however, be more difficult to hand tame since they will get their needed attention from the other birds rather than the people in the home.
Wings and nails can be trimmed to ease the taming process. Many veterinary clinics offer this service. Clipping wings and nails should only be attempted after proper instruction provided by your vet. Parakeets, being a smaller bird, have only a small amount of blood in their bodies and can easily bleed to death if a feather or nail is trimmed too close to a vein.