How BirdSupplies.com came to specialize in parrot feather plucking help
Diane Burroughs had always been a lover of all animals. As a child, she'd bring in unwanted dogs and cats or rescue strays and giving them a loving home.This love took on a new direction and passion when she discovered the personalities of parrots.Thus in 1998, BirdSupplies.comwas hatched.
Desperate parrot owners who are seeing parrot feather plucking for the first time often hear that the plucking is "behavioral." Our mission at BirdSupplies.com is to offer parrot feather plucking treatment for the four main strategies to get the problem under control.
Thankfully, there are a variety of wonderful bird collars to keep your bird from picking his chest feathers. The Recovery Collar is a very common recommendation by vets. These collars look like their namesake - cone-shaped collars (with the cone cut off) like the ruffled collars worn in Queen Elizabeth's England. These collars are typically worn with the cone pointing away from the chest. They create a barrier between the bird's beak and chest and prevent feather plucking.
This handsome parrot is Peachy. He's checking out the Colorado scenery riding shot-gun in the front seat. Send us pictures of your parrot doing something cute or using our supplies so we can add it to our gallery!
Don't miss our birdie blog for actionable tips to stop parrot feather plucking, fun parrot pictures and humorous stories about birdie adventures.
Have a Got bird story you'd like to share? Email Original Bird Stories & Photo's. The BirdSupplies.com team will review it and maybe even post it on the blog.
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