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Cajou Parrot Care – 5 Tips For Caring For Your Pet Cajou

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If you’re thinking about purchasing a Cajou Parrot, you should know the best way to take care of it. The Cajou is not like other birds like parakeets or budgies that can be easily domesticated. The Cajou is one of the rarest of all parrots and should be treated as such.

If you want your parrot to live a long and healthy life, you need to take care of it as much as possible. Taking care of your pet is very important and if you make the mistake of buying a poor quality Cajou for your home, you could end up making your bird sick or even dying in the process.

The first thing that you need to do when taking care of your Cajou is to find out what kind of parrot it is. You need to determine this so that you can start taking better care of your parrot. There are two types of Cajou parrots; there is the one called the Dwarf Parrot and the Cockatoo Parrot.

The Dwarf Parrot is quite a bit bigger than the Cockatoo. They tend to be very small and they are usually found on islands. If you have a large island, and a bird with these characteristics can be found there, they may be a good choice. If you don’t have a large island, and you live in a small apartment, then you should probably stick to the Cockatoo.

When taking care of your Cajou, you will need to buy a cage that has an enclosure made of some kind of plastic that is waterproof and that is larger than you would find for a Cockatoo. This cage should also have a perch that has enough room to allow your parrot to stand up and stretch out. You should use a cage stand when you are putting your pet in the cage.

When you are taking your pet out of the cage, you should make sure that the cage is secure and that the perch is sturdy. It is better to purchase a wooden cage rather than one made out of metal. Wooden cages are also better because they are more comfortable and look nicer when compared to their metal counterparts.

You will also need to make sure that the cage is dark, preferably a dark gray or black. The cage should also be clean and be free from any food or drink spillages or stains.

While your pet is indoors in the cage, it is important to keep a watchful eye on it. If you don’t have a monitor on the bird, make sure that there are no objects in the area that can harm it. Any items that you see falling or dropping on the ground should be taken off the cage immediately, as they could be deadly for a Parrot.

When you first get your Cajou, it may start to bark at anything in sight. You should not react to this barking but instead try to ignore it and wait until it calms down. If you have an enclosure in the cage, it is a good idea to put something soft against it or on it in order to create a calming environment. It can also help if you put a small blanket on the cage as well.

When you are taking your pet out of the cage, do not pick them up with your hands, and shake them around. This could cause your parrot some injury. Try to hold your parrot gently with one hand while handling it with the other.

When your parrot is awake, it is a good idea to take a bath and to brush its feathers periodically. If you can’t do this on a daily basis, you can take your parrot outside and stroke it gently with a feather duster or by using a feather brush. Never spray your parrot with any kind of water or perfume when it is wet, because it could be a choking hazard.

CAIQUE will live a long, happy and healthy life if you take care of it properly. These five tips will ensure that your pet remains healthy and beautiful for many years to come.