Your intelligent and social bird thrives on
interaction with you. In fact, regular interaction
is absolutely essential for her continued
well-being and overall health. In addition to standard daily attention (feeding, bathing,
cage cleaning, talking to her in her cage,
etc.), you should frequently offer your bird
opportunities to interact – and bond – with you
on a higher level.
Easily boost interaction with toys, treats, and more:
1. Offer Educational Toys You provide the pieces
(and the praise); your bird solves the challenging puzzle(s).
2. Teach your bird to talk.
3. Teach your bird commands and tricks, like "step up,"
"step down," and "climb the ladder." Find a fun assortment
of ladders to appeal to your pet bird.
4. Hang one or more Shower/Window Perches
to give your bird access to new rooms and views.
5. Delight your bird with make-at-home treats you can
serve right from your hand. You'll both enjoy the aroma
and variety of Harrison's Bird Bread Mix.
Already enjoying lots of entertaining interaction with
your bird? Take time to consider what more you can do to
challenge her intellect. You'll enjoy a happy, well-adjusted
bird who revels in her time spent with you.