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Bird Grooming

Do Some Pet Birds Bathe Less Than Others
A bird's shower habits depend on its native environment and weather.

How Aggressive Handling Effects Bird Behavior
Some parrots can become severely stressed by aggressive handling techniques

Bird Grooming - Parrot Beaks: To Trim or Not?
Keep your pet bird’s beak in shape with a professional groomer or avian veterinarian

Birds Love To Get Wet
Bathtime can be a fun experience for you and your bird.

Beak Tendencies Among Parrot Species
Find out what parrot species beaks tend to overgrow, elongate, thicken and tend to flake.

An In-Depth Look At Bird Feathers
Learn about bird feathers, molting, pin feathers, feather destructive behavior and more.

Parrot Grooming Q&A
From overgrown and flaky bird beaks to dry skin for parrots, find your answers to common parrot grooming questions.

Bird Grooming - Quick and Easy Tips to Groom your Pet Bird
Learn how to towel your pet bird, trim toe nails and wing feathers.

Bird Grooming - Bathing Your Pet Bird
Follow these tips when it's time to give your pet bird a bath.

Pet Bird Grooming Tips
The how-tos and bird grooming tips that you and your pet bird need.

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