How to Choose the Best Pet Bird for You (Petco)

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  1. Priscilla Moore

    Priscilla MooreBulan Yang lalu

    PLEASE HAND FEED YOUR BIRDS!!

  2. Icy Fox

    Icy FoxBulan Yang lalu

    I have a budgy they are adorable and very easy to take care of

  3. Petco

    PetcoBulan Yang lalu

    🐦❤️

  4. Reptilian

    Reptilian2 bulan yang lalu

    When I listen to Petco about something, I'll die..... *SO I NEVER HAVE TO LISTEN TO THEM*

  5. Aubrey Nesbitt

    Aubrey Nesbitt3 bulan yang lalu

    animal relationship not into bestiality single poodle retired cautious pessimistic wisdom crazy movie stereotypes

  6. CherryUnicornDash RainbowVomit

    CherryUnicornDash RainbowVomit3 bulan yang lalu

    This ain’t help much

  7. They Call Him Mr. Farenheit

    They Call Him Mr. Farenheit4 bulan yang lalu

    I got a bird a week ago and it was sick and it died today. Thanks petco.

  8. ROCKY HAMILTON

    ROCKY HAMILTON6 bulan yang lalu

    CLICK BAIT.

  9. Plupp Trupp

    Plupp Trupp7 bulan yang lalu

    Ive always wanted a bird, this video make it seem really easy and literally everyone i know who had a bird had them dying only after days/weeks. It's not even legal to keep a bird alone in a cage here. Well well, atleast i got a dog and cats and a bunneh 😊

  10. Sarina Walpole

    Sarina Walpole9 bulan yang lalu

    All of those bird cages are way too small...

  11. Joan Franklin

    Joan Franklin9 bulan yang lalu

    We have bought a pair of Kakariki and what seed do we buy

  12. GTcarrera918

    GTcarrera9189 bulan yang lalu

    Y'all...stop trying to talk to Petco...they won't listen...give it a rest and look at somebody's channel like Alen AxP or something.

  13. Vic64Y

    Vic64Y10 bulan yang lalu

    IMPORTANT WARNING FOR PET BIRD OWNERS: The food that we normally give to the canaries (and other companion birds) consisting of a "complete, balanced and top-quality seed mixture" bought in pet shops or supermarkets, makes the owners trust that their pet is well fed, but it is not like that: indeed the health of the pets is at imminent and serious risk. The owners of canaries, parrots, cockatoos, parakeets, cockatiels, etc., WE MUST PAY ATTENTION TO DOMESTIC BIRD BREEDERS AND VETS and keep in mind that although we feed them with such a typical seed mixture, our birds are very likely in danger of suffering an unexpected, painful and practically inevitable PREMATURE DEATH BY FATTY LIVER HEPATITIS. Canaries, for example, will surely die at 4 - 6 years of age of the more than 14 that they can live. It is discouraging that in a time like nowadays, in which food is studied in detail for other pets such as dogs and cats, pet birds are condemned to die painfully and prematurely in so many cases. You have to warn people so they can avoid it! This deadly disease is very common in pet birds but owners usually don’t know or detect it in time. And we can not imagine that THE CAUSE IS IN THE FOOD ITSELF that we provide to our birds, in which such a typical mixture contains low-fat seeds such as canary seed together with other VERY fatty seeds such as niger, hemp or nabine and, in addition, the birds usually prefer to eat the fatty seeds, so that their REAL DIET is unbalanced by excessive fat, gradually causes the fatty infiltration of the liver and in a few years causes fatty liver hepatitis and PREMATURE DEATH to companion birds in general. It is a cruel disease that progresses silently and, when its unexpected symptoms suddenly begin, they are imprecise, easily confused with other ailments, so the owners usually postpone the visit to the vet at a time already critical for the life of the bird (besides that not all vets are trained to recognize this elusive disease, even to administer lipotropic liver protectors and regenerators in curative doses, just in case it is that and not a supposed blow). It's a process of slow and asymptomatic progression, but when their visible symptoms unexpectedly begin (acute phase) the disease accelerates. SYMPTOMS OF THE ACUTE PHASE OF FATTY LIVER DISEASE: First, emotional decay or progressive lack of interest, hard belly (in many specimens, with a dark spot with a half-moon shape on the belly, to see it you have to wet your fingers to remove the down), falls from the sticks of the cage that seem for "errors of calculation" and then lameness more or less accentuated (that make believe that they are by the previous falls, but both symptoms are due to that it hurts the liver), lack of flight and singing, the bird fluffs up his feathers or inclines more or less slowly; Then, within a few weeks and even in a few days, forced breathing with an open beak, remaining lying on the floor of the cage near the food, sudden spasms from time to time (which make people believe that the bird is "epileptic" or which has a "tumor" but it are twinges of pain of diseased liver), abundant greenish stools (caused by biliverdin which if it's not fasting, it means hepatic harm), then black and watery (from hepatic hemorrhages), then a strange somehow purple color of skin and beak, an exaggerated appetite and the final "improvement" of a few days (in the last phase, the already degenerated liver becomes deflated by what seems to be getting better), after which it suddenly dies among seizures (which may seem a heart infarct). For the first symptoms the liver has already degenerated to 80% and only an urgent (and accurate) veterinary action can save your bird and revert the liver situation. If you simply feed your bird with the loose seed mixture (even if you give it fresh fruits and vegetables and let it exercise, for example by letting it out of the cage at home), right now your pet's liver is degenerating, and neither you nor your bird know. Also the breeding paste and its pigments and sunflower seeds can attack the liver if they are taken too much or for too long. Without liver protectors, it is almost certain that your bird will prematurely die and in many cases you will not be able to determine its real cause. Hepatic lipidosis it's not only deadly by itself when the visible symptoms begin (sometimes even it does not warn at all until few moments before the death). Even before the acute phase it predisposes the bird to suffer infections, as it weakens the immune system. Furthermore, obese pet birds have an increased risk of many other diseases, including arthritis, heart disease and cancer. Obesity in birds it's not so apparent but it's more dangerous than in other animals like mammals. For these reasons, in addition to administering to the birds lipotropic and detoxifying / regenerating hepatic protectors preventatively and routinely, breeders usually make their own mixtures with low fat seeds. The time to act is NOW that your pet does not have yet the visible symptoms. It is necessary to ACTIVELY PREVENT THE HEPATIC DEGENERATION. Fortunately it is easy to do it: You have to substitute the mixture of loose seeds for some pellets compound feed of seeds and fruits / vegetables (preferably those that already include liver protectors), because this prevents the bird from eating mostly what it likes the most and, whatever the diet, it is ESSENTIAL to add every day to the drinking water or to the food a LIVER PROTECTOR, a lipotropic that includes the famous carnitine (which is also indicated for humans) and / or choline, lysine, betaine, methionine, threonine (and it is very convenient to supplement with another liver protector detoxifying and regenerating with milk thistle, boldo, artichoke extract). The liver protectors are amino acids, vitamins (of which they have a protective effect on the liver, such as vitamin C), fatty acids and essential oils that remove the fat from the liver, clean it, protect it and favor its recovery. They are cheap food supplements and it is essential to add them to your pet birds diet to conserve their liver. It is something that professionals as breeders and vets know, but we the owners usually don't know. Even, it are increasingly appearing in the market compound feed for companion birds that don’t include fatty seeds and that already include several liver protectors. But the vast majority of owners still confidently feed their birds with the typical mixture of loose seeds with little fat and other very fatty seeds... And their birds continue dying of hepatitis due to fatty liver in a large number of cases (probably, in most cases). Now we know that, as fatty liver disease develops from the daily food itself, it’s most likely THE FIRST CAUSE OF DEATH OF PET BIRDS, and more likely as the bird ages. Some web pages that I have found about it (in Spanish). For example, this page echoes the wrong food situation in which these animals are too often: www.timbrado.com/malnutricion.shtml And on this other page: www.veterinaria.org/revistas/redvet/n111110B/111004B.pdf it’s described that the clinical manifestations of hepatic diseases in ornamental birds are much more frequent than people could imagine and that in many cases they are not appreciated, progresses in a silent way and when they are evident, veterinary action may (usually) arrive late. To remark that, in general, practically any avian symptomatology should be considered as if it were a pathology that could be serious, and not allow the disease to develop because then it will probably be too late. To do this, we must thoroughly investigate the symptoms, take preventive measures that do not harm (such as giving liver and intestinal protectors according to the leaflet) ask for advice from veterinarians, breeders, etc. and administer the most appropriate treatment RAPIDLY, but without rushing in the treatment or with the doses in such small animals. If the days go by and the bird does not improve, it is necessary to continue investigating and, if necessary, change the medication in an informed and contrasted manner. Doing nothing or stopping research usually ends up with the bird dead, but acting without being sure of what is done and in what dose, it likely ends the same way. Finally, it is necessary to obtain and confirm the sufficient veterinary experience and have the serenity to determine in each case whether it is convenient to hasten to do and / or administer what medicine and in what dose, or if it is better not to do and let the situation evolve without medicating for the time being, or according to the medication that has already been administered. And that a limp in a bird is not always an injury caused by a blow, but the symptom of a disease of some organ (usually the liver or an intestinal disease) that needs to be discovered and treated as soon as possible. When in doubt, change diet to one with the lowest possible fats (only birdseed, or birdseed with other low-fat seeds such as millet, chia, fresh fruits and vegetables) and administer lipotropic and regenerating liver protectors in curative doses immediately ... although nothing could foreshadow a fatal outcome. Acidcare also has protective properties of the intestinal mucosa and stimulants of the immune system. In doses according to the leaflet do not cause damage and will surely save the life of your bird (if it is not too late). Hopefully these comments will be useful to save your pet birds from an absurd death and to keep them with a basic wellness.

  14. Heather Fowler

    Heather Fowler11 bulan yang lalu

    The budgie in the video looks sick...!

  15. Kilo/Miko Middo

    Kilo/Miko Middo8 bulan yang lalu

    it was actually older, not sick. i've known birds that age. they look "sick" but in reality it's just old age catching up with them, sorta like humans.

  16. MangoTango

    MangoTango11 bulan yang lalu

    We... only have petsmart

  17. Jacob

    Jacob11 bulan yang lalu

    Oof

  18. Bell Iron Fist

    Bell Iron FistTahun Yang lalu

    I suggest not buying from petco or petsmart, and if you really have to, choose the healthiest looking one, and don’t choose them by their color. And also, don’t listen to anything they said in this video. It’s all wrong. Except that you should wash your hands before touching them.

  19. Emma Fahnestock

    Emma FahnestockTahun Yang lalu

    TIP OF THE DAY-NEVER TRUST PETCO (BUDGIES DO NEED HANDLING ASK ANY BIRD OWNER IN THE INTIRE WORLD YEESH)

  20. Jade Barba

    Jade BarbaTahun Yang lalu

    Woooooow when im big im going to buy 100 aris

  21. dooly bird

    dooly birdTahun Yang lalu

    im getting a cocktail his or hers will be named wally if girl grace

  22. Krills Krazy Kave

    Krills Krazy KaveTahun Yang lalu

    Where is ari?

  23. bunny gacha

    bunny gachaTahun Yang lalu

    I just got a yellow and blue bugie for free and every time I try to pet it it bites Hella hard

  24. NixoLace

    NixoLaceTahun Yang lalu

    STOP SELLING ANIMALS PETCO! PETA HAS PROOF OF PETCO KILLING HAMSTERS, PARROTS, RABBITS EVERYTHING!!! STOP CRULTY ! PLEASE CAUSE AWERNESS TO THE COMMUNITY STOP!

  25. Todderina

    TodderinaTahun Yang lalu

    what's the black headed parrot in the video?

  26. Emci Wishqq

    Emci WishqqTahun Yang lalu

    how long can i leave a budgie alone?? i want one but i have school for 7-8 hours please answer! >-

  27. Petco

    PetcoTahun Yang lalu

    Hi there. We appreciate you reaching out to us with your question. Budgie are active, alert, and sociable. To give you more insights and information, you can ask a vet for free online here: www.petcoach.co/. We hope this helps!

  28. Art Mad

    Art MadTahun Yang lalu

    Another way to find out which bird is best is at this website i found: myrightbird.com (P.S I am not advertising or sponsoring them i just found and recommend it.)

  29. lil Windecx

    lil WindecxTahun Yang lalu

    What kind of dogs are those?

  30. otala guardian

    otala guardianTahun Yang lalu

    What bird would be best for Simone that would like to let it fly around the house and be able to let outside?

  31. Blackcat11

    Blackcat11Tahun Yang lalu

    i think i want a conure parrot..

  32. ツOri101ツ

    ツOri101ツTahun Yang lalu

    Petsmart? Or Petco?

  33. S k

    S kTahun Yang lalu

    What is the larger green bird thats there. Im looking for a larger but not huge like a makaw cheap talkative playful bird that also loves to cuddle if you have any ideas please let me no

  34. mars balls

    mars ballsTahun Yang lalu

    What about cockatoos

  35. Petco

    PetcoTahun Yang lalu

    Hi Ugandan. Thank you for your question; we do not sell cockatoos at our stores, but you can check out adoptable pets in your area here: goo.gl/tg45Mu. We recommend speaking with one of the adoption volunteers to ensure a cockatoo is right for you. Best wishes!

  36. mama mia

    mama miaTahun Yang lalu

    Pet do is evil. They hurt there rodents

  37. Blood phoenix

    Blood phoenixTahun Yang lalu

    Do not ever buy finches

  38. sameer ansari

    sameer ansariTahun Yang lalu

    What is ur name lovely ladie

  39. Bayron Sanchez

    Bayron SanchezTahun Yang lalu

    You guys have noting

  40. nugget nugget

    nugget nuggetTahun Yang lalu

    No lovebirds?

  41. Shorty Sheep

    Shorty SheepTahun Yang lalu

    Too bad my mom won't let me get one 😫

  42. Yong Kao Chen

    Yong Kao ChenTahun Yang lalu

    I have a question, how much do Parakeets cost from Petco? I'm just wondering.

  43. Taylor the Perfect

    Taylor the PerfectTahun Yang lalu

    AnimalLover 101 $10 to $35

  44. Yong Kao Chen

    Yong Kao ChenTahun Yang lalu

    Petco thanks for the advice!

  45. Petco

    PetcoTahun Yang lalu

    Hi Yongkao. Thank you for your question; we recommend contacting your local store to confirm pricing and availability, you can find their number here: stores.petco.com/.

  46. TheAnimatedA

    TheAnimatedATahun Yang lalu

    Never buy from petco or petsmart. The animals there are treated badly.

  47. It’sOnlyAbbie

    It’sOnlyAbbieTahun Yang lalu

    Budgies will always be related to parakeets, but not all parakeets are budgies