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eBook Cockatiels (Keeping Unusual Pets) ePub

by Belinda Ogle

  • ISBN: 0431124205
  • Category: Pets and Animal Care
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Belinda Ogle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Heinemann Library (March 22, 2005)
  • Pages: 48
  • ePub book: 1670 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1990 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 161

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Cockatiels (Keeping Unusual Pets)

Cockatiels (Keeping Unusual Pets). The books stress the importance of providing a stimulating environment and companionship, and of This series reveals how to choose and care for the unusual or exotic pets that children aspire to keep. Features include housing and shelter, food and water and exercise; how to handle and train a pet correctly; and the appropriate diet for the pet and signs of ill-health. The books stress the importance of providing a stimulating environment and companionship, and of choosing the most appropriate breed or type of pet for a person's circumstances.

What is a cuttlebone? Why are cockatiels’ feet so special? If owning a cat or dog sounds boring to you, maybe you would enjoy having an unusual pet. This book explains both the good points and not-so-good points of keeping cockatiels as pets. Find out about the basic requirements of having cockatiels, such as housing, food, water and exercise needs. Learn how to handle and provide companionship for your cockatiels.

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Keeping unusual pets at home sometimes may not prove to be a good idea as they may be dangerous. Moreover people are unaware about the unusual species of animals so they are unable to provide the care they require

Keeping unusual pets at home sometimes may not prove to be a good idea as they may be dangerous. Moreover people are unaware about the unusual species of animals so they are unable to provide the care they require. Also, they can carry diseases that are dangerous to people, such as rabies, herpes B virus, and Salmonella. So, its not a good idea at all to keep unusual animals as a pet. 0.

People keep pets for various reasons: Some of them feel lonely and want to have a living being beside them . It's difficult to answer why people keep exotic pets.

People keep pets for various reasons: Some of them feel lonely and want to have a living being beside them; The others earn money raising popular breeds of cats and dogs . Because the reasons are different and it mostly depends on the kind of an exotic pet. For example, people who keep

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Can cockatiels talk? What is a cuttlebone? Why are cockatiels’ feet so special? If owning a cat or dog sounds boring to you, maybe you would enjoy having an unusual. Can cockatiels talk? What is a cuttlebone? Why are cockatiels feet so special? If owning a cat or dog sounds boring to you, maybe you would enjoy having an unusual pet.

Nowadays keeping pets is gaining increasing popularity. It is reported that pets can often avoid thieves stealing something valuable from people’s house. The relationship between human and animals are always changing. To begin with, pets can keep a good company to people so as to bring pleasure and drive away loneliness. After a long period of staying together, people view their lovely pets as an old friend and even as family members. On the contrary, there are also many stray animals in the society.

Today, all pet tiels are bred in captivity, as Australia no longer permits the export of native wildlife, whether endangered or not. Pied Pearly Cockatiel - this one reminds me of my best pal Beeker RIP. omg i had a bird that looked litterally EXACTLY the same as this and we called her birdy but she kept laying eggs but i dont understand that,, cause she had never been with another bird

This series reveals how to choose and care for the unusual or exotic pets that children aspire to keep. Features include housing and shelter, food and water and exercise; how to handle and train a pet correctly; and the appropriate diet for the pet and signs of ill-health. The books stress the importance of providing a stimulating environment and companionship, and of choosing the most appropriate breed or type of pet for a person's circumstances.