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  • How often should I feed my bunny and what should I include in their diet?
    Bunnies should have access to fresh hay and water at all times. They should also be fed a balanced diet of fresh vegetables, limited amounts of pellets, and occasional treats.
  • What kind of housing or cage is suitable for bunnies/parrots?
    Bunnies:Bunnies need a spacious, well-ventilated cage or hutch with ample room to move, stretch, and stand on their hind legs. It should be lined with bedding material and include hiding spots and toys. Parrots: Parrots need a large cage that allows them to spread their wings fully. The cage should have sturdy perches, toys for mental stimulation, and be placed in a socially active area of the house.
  • How can I train my parrot to use a litter box?
    Parrots are not typically litter trained. Instead, provide them with a designated perch or play area outside their cage where they can relieve themselves.
  • What are some common health issues in bunnies/parrots and how can I prevent them?
    Bunnies: Common health issues include dental problems, gastrointestinal stasis, and respiratory infections. Regular veterinary check-ups, a balanced diet, and a clean living environment can help prevent these issues. Parrots: Common health issues include feather plucking, nutritional deficiencies, and respiratory infections. Regular vet check-ups, a balanced diet, mental stimulation, and a clean environment contribute to their overall health.
  • How often should I groom my bunny/parrot and what are the best grooming practices?
    Bunnies: Bunnies require regular brushing to prevent matting and hairball formation. Their nails should be trimmed as needed, and their teeth should be checked by a vet. Parrots: Parrots may require regular nail trims, beak trims, and feather trimming, depending on the species. Consult with an avian veterinarian for guidance on grooming practices for your specific parrot.
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