Now that you have all of the facts you need in order to take the guesswork out of choosing and caring for your bird, you may be wondering if there is anything else that you should know.
The answer to this is yes! You have already read this far.
This means you have taken a true interest in learning everything about your new pet.
You have learned how to select the particular breed of bird which is the best-suited to your home environment, your family, your lifestyle and your personal preferences.
You have acquired a wealth of valuable information about how to take proper care of your bird so that he stays healthy and happy, and is a wonderful part of your life.
You have gained peace of mind and confidence about owning a bird, because you have learned what he needs from you.
In reading this far, you are probably amazed and relieved to find that caring for your pet bird is not time-consuming, expensive, nor does it require much work.
Now that you have all of the necessary knowledge to make owning a bird worry-free, you may be tempted to think that there could not possibly be anything else you need to know.
This is not surprising, but there is one more point which may not be obvious.
If you have put your time in learning all there is to know about your bird, it may not yet have occurred to you that one of the most important points in bird ownership is to have fun! Although your bird’s care and upkeep do not require much effort on your part, the effort you put into your new pet will pay off grandly for both him and for yourself.
You have acquired a brandnew little friend, and all of the benefits of this new friendship will soon be clear to you.
Enjoying your new pet bird can take many forms.
You may focus on specific aspects of your friendship, or they may overlap, making this the ideal relationship between a bird and his owner.
One aspect of your relationship with your bird is you will soon see that he is not just a bird, but that you have a special new companion.
While most people appreciate the companionship of their pets, there is something very special about a bird.
Your bird may delight in sitting on your shoulder, dancing for you, or chirping or talking in a way that is real communication.
You are sure to find his antics and sounds to be delightful to you, also.
Another aspect of your relationship with your bird is the bonding you will both experience.
This natural bonding takes place when you tend to his daily needs, as well as the wonderful times you will both have during his exercise routines and his playtimes.
The extra-special bond which forms between a bird and his owner is like something magical.
Soon after you bring your new pet home with you, this bonding will let you both know that you truly do belong to each other.
Having a pet bird in your home is an experience in itself.
His beauty and natural grace will soon have you in the frame of mind that your home was not complete before he arrived.
If this is your pet bird, it will not take long for you to see what a wondrous experience it is to have him in your home.
His delightful little sounds will be like a melody to your ears every day, whether he is a song bird or he engages in cute chirping throughout the day.
You might even decide that you don’t need to play music at home, because your new bird will provide many hours of listening pleasure from music that is all his own.
If you or other members of your family have had a bird in the past, you will not be surprised at how quickly you become attached to him, and as he becomes attached to you.
The relationship between a bird and his owner is something very special indeed.
The friendship he develops with each member of your family is a one-of-a-kind relationship which simply has no comparison to anything else.
As you have learned, it does not take much to keep your bird healthy, strong, and vibrant.
When you know how little time you will need to put into is basic care and upkeep, you will be very happy to see how much free time this leaves you to enjoy your new pet bird.
His playtime, bath time, exercises and more, will give you both plenty of opportunities for quality time together.
After you begin to see how much of an enriching experience enjoying your pet bird can be, you will know for sure that bringing your new friend home with you was one of the best decisions you have ever made!.