Parrots have been vaccinated free of charge for the following diseases:
– Colds, intestinal diseases – Monthly (VND 200,000/time)
– Profit book – Every 3 months (100,000 VND/time)
– Coccidiosis (Digestive of blood) – Every 3 months (VND 100,000/time)
– NewCastle (Cholera) – Every 4 months, birds stay at Pet Me 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.
Pet Me Shop specialize in buying and selling Yellow Collared Macaw nationwide. We ensure that our parrots are beautiful and quarantined.
For further information, please contact:
Hotline: 091 709 6677 – 091 707 6677 (Mr. Tài)
Address showroom: Pet Me Coffee – No. 21, Street 6, Linh Chieu Ward, Thu Duc City.
The Yellow-collared Macaw, also known as the Yellow-collared Macaw, is a species of small parrot in the family Psittacidae. The scientific name of this species is Primolius auricollis. This parrot is native to South America, mainly found in open forests and grasslands in countries such as Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil.
The Yellow-collared Macaw is smaller than some other parrot species, with a length of about 35-37 cm. Their plumage is mainly blue and yellow, with a bright yellow neck, which is where the parrot’s name comes from. They have a cute and attractive appearance, and are often kept as family pets.
Yellow-collared Macaws are lively and friendly parrots. They have the ability to talk and learn some words, although individual speech can vary. They love to participate in fun activities and love to explore their surroundings.
To care for a Yellow-collared Macaw, it is necessary to provide them with a spacious cage for space to move and exercise. Their diet consists of seeds, fresh fruits and vegetables and occasionally provides complementary foods such as potatoes and eggs.
However, keep in mind that raising a parrot is a big responsibility and requires regular attention and care. Make sure you have researched and understood the needs and requirements of your Yellow-collared Macaw before deciding to keep them.