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The Senegal is an interesting bird that likes routine and becomes accustomed to the habits of its owners. Plan on spending an hour or so a day in some type of interaction with this little guy as he is a social creature.

Description

Senegal parrots are mild-mannered, like to imitate voices, with small bodies, so the cage does not need to be too big. Senegals should be provided with a varied diet that includes fresh fruits and vegetables, healthy seeds such as flax, hemp and chia seeds, tree nuts, and a high-quality food diet. eat pellets.

1. Detailed information about Senegal parrots

In the wild, this parrot species mainly lives in grasslands and forest edges. Their habitat is usually at an altitude of less than 1000 meters above sea level.

According to veterinarians To make parrots more human, it is best to raise them from a young age. They are suitable as domestic pets. Personality is quite gentle, quiet and loves to imitate noises. Has a small size and does not require a very large cage. You can train them to fly freely to give them more movement. But the wings should be cut to ensure their safety.

Adult parrots moving to a new home are often anxious and insecure. In particular, this parrot species is very territorial. They may attack other parrots or birds if they feel neglected by their owners.

Senegal parrots love to bite and nibble on things. In the cage should hang toys and dried squid shells for them to nibble. Although they are prone to panic attacks, they get used to their new home very quickly. Also very hardy and easy to raise.

2. Parrots have been vaccinated for free of the following diseases

–  Colds, intestinal diseases – Periodically every month (200,000 VND/time).

–  Profit book – Every 3 months (200,000 VND/time).

–  Coccidiosis (Digestive of blood) – Every 3 months (300,000 VND/time).

–  NewCastle (Cholera) – Every 4 months, birds stay at Pet Me for 3 days (500,000 VND).

–  Lung fungus – Monthly (VND 100,000/time).

–  Asthma / Typhoid / Blood clots – Monthly (VND 100,000/time).

*With the advice of Dr. Nguyen Nhu Pho – Lecturer at Nong Lam University, Ho Chi Minh City.

(Price for parrots 4 months, tamed and parrots are learning to feed themselves. Price may change from time to time)

7s

Pet Me Shop specializes in buying and selling all kinds of Senegal parrotsnationwide. Make sure the parrot is beautiful, has a health certificate and quarantine.

3. Parrot food

The most eye-catching part of the Senegal parrot is its colorful, eye-catching plumage. The beauty of the coat depends on the nutritional content of the food. Senegal parrots have a very varied diet. In the wild, their main food is fruits, seeds, and sprouts. Especially agricultural crops.

For pet parrots, the most common food is mixed nuts. However, there are many people who prefer to use natural foods. Mainly cereals such as rice, corn, peanuts, flax seeds, sunflower seeds… Food for young parrots is cereal flour, corn flour mixed with egg yolk or specialized powder for young parrots.

You should feed your parrot a little more fresh fruit and vegetables every day. Add a little honey, high-sugar fruit. Feed once a day. In the breeding season and winter, it is necessary to increase the proportion of flaxseeds, peanuts, sunflower seeds (oil seeds) in the feed.

4. For more information, please contact:

Phone hotline: 091 709 6677 – 0916 399 299 (A. Tai)

Showroom address:  Pet Me Coffee – No. 21, 6th Street, Linh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc City.

The Senegal Parrot or Yellow-vented Parrot Poicephalus senegalus was first described by Linnaeus in 1766. They can be found across a wide range of West Africa. They migrate within West Africa based on availability of food which consists of fruits, seeds and blossoms. They will raid ripening millet and maize crops, attack harvested peanuts and they love figs. They are highly social and live in flocks.

The Senegal is an interesting bird that likes routine and becomes accustomed to the habits of its owners. Plan on spending an hour or so a day in some type of interaction with this little guy as he is a social creature. Whether that is in front of the TV or at meals, it makes no difference. Senegals can frequently become very attached to their human mate and have been known to become quite possessive and jealous. In order to avoid this, early socialization with all members of the home is required.

Senegal Parrots learn human speech quite easily. Their voices are softer and gentler than their larger African cousins like the African Grey. They usually acquire a moderate vocabulary although some can have a more extensive list of words and phrases. Most will develop an understanding of several common phrases like “step up”. Of course the best way to teach a parrot to talk is to talk to your parrot.

The Senegal parrots eat seeds, nuts, berries and fruit in the wild. They love millet, corn and figs. For your pet, ready made name brand seed mixes are usually available at your local pet store or super market. These contain a mixture of canary grass seed, white millet, yellow millet, oats and groats and red millet, niger seed and linseed. Some higher quality seed mixtures come with thistle, anise, rape, sesame, and safflower seed. Vitamin pellets with iodine in them are sometimes present to prevent thyroid problems. Pellet mixes are also available such as Zupreem FruitBlend, Manitoba…

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