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will need and visit pet owners. Do you have enough time to properly feed and clean for it? Many pets get bored if they do not have enough one-on- one contact. This boredom can lead to a host of undesirable behaviors.

  • Cost : Besides the initial cost of the pet you may incur considerable expense in purchasing the pet a suitable cage. Over time, the cost of a good diet will far exceed whatever you paid for the Quaker Parrot. It may need veterinary exceed whatever you paid for the Quaker Parrot.

The main species are:

  • Quaker Parrots.

  • Quaker Parrots

  • Quaker Parrotlets

Ask yourself again - which Quaker Parrot is right for me? All Quaker Parrots need time and patience to make wonderful pets. Some Quaker Parrots are cheerful all the time, some are often moody. Some play on their own, while some always demand your company. These birds can make your life beautiful and chirpy, but they can also die of heartaches. Think hard before you make your choice!

Are You Buying Someone Else’s Quaker Parrot?

Are you planning to buy a second-hand Quaker Parrot? Whether you get one from a rescue group or from previous owners who no longer want their pets, you should be prepared for behavior problems in your Quaker Parrots and you have to solve them somehow. Therefore, it is imperative that you have as much information as possible from the previous owner about the bird’s history, sex, diet, caging, favorite toys, and details of it’s sleeping habits, i.e., whether the cage was covered at night or not. Just as experiences of a human child in his/her childhood shape his personality, similarly a Quaker Parrot's experiences in its

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