• Do pet birds need to Hibernate?

    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is my 12 year old male dog suddenly having accidents in the house?

    He's a small mixed breed terrier we got from a family member practically as a newborn puppy and he's been potty trained for years, but recently hes been leaving puddles inside for some reason. I don't just mean he's deciding to pee inside though. He peed the bed one night and I assumed it was just a... show more
    He's a small mixed breed terrier we got from a family member practically as a newborn puppy and he's been potty trained for years, but recently hes been leaving puddles inside for some reason. I don't just mean he's deciding to pee inside though. He peed the bed one night and I assumed it was just a one time accident, but today I noticed him start to pee while laying on the couch then jump down and pee right there where he stood like he couldn't hold it. He didn't sniff or lift his leg or anything. Just let loose. Does anyone have any idea if this is just a side effect of old age or if I should be worried?
    15 answers · 4 days ago
  • How come we don't eat female chickens?

    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do swans form a heart together?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do birds have beaks?

    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • How can i stop livestock water from freezing in the winter?

    I live in Ontario where it can easily go to -20 C/-30 C at night. I have ducks that are housed outside and i need to give them water. i always make sure that it's hot when i bring it out but it always freezes. My idea was to use a fish tank heater but i don't think it would get warm enough to keep it... show more
    I live in Ontario where it can easily go to -20 C/-30 C at night. I have ducks that are housed outside and i need to give them water. i always make sure that it's hot when i bring it out but it always freezes. My idea was to use a fish tank heater but i don't think it would get warm enough to keep it liquid. Any ideas?
    6 answers · 4 days ago
  • Live bird feeding?

    I was wondering what birds I can own that I can feed live ( not owl or hawk or eagle)
    I was wondering what birds I can own that I can feed live ( not owl or hawk or eagle)
    4 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can I eat an infertile bird egg?

    I read that birds sometimes lay infertile eggs without a male. I own a pet female mourning dove, and she just lay an egg even though she has no mate. Since it's pretty much useless, could I potentially cook it and eat it? Or would that be wrong?
    I read that birds sometimes lay infertile eggs without a male. I own a pet female mourning dove, and she just lay an egg even though she has no mate. Since it's pretty much useless, could I potentially cook it and eat it? Or would that be wrong?
    7 answers · 7 days ago
  • Can pigeons pass wind? A friend at work thinks they cant.?

    Best answer: No they cannot that's why they die if they blow up if they ear alka seltzer
    Best answer: No they cannot that's why they die if they blow up if they ear alka seltzer
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is a budgie right for me?

    Best answer: I mean a lot of people say budgies are good pets for kids but I think that means that kids can handle them if parents do the rest. I wouldn't recommend a budgie for anyone under 13 and I would wait a year after you get the interest in a bird to make sure you thoroughly do your research. If you're absolutely... show more
    Best answer: I mean a lot of people say budgies are good pets for kids but I think that means that kids can handle them if parents do the rest. I wouldn't recommend a budgie for anyone under 13 and I would wait a year after you get the interest in a bird to make sure you thoroughly do your research. If you're absolutely sure your willing to work with a bird with taming and cleaning up after it as well as playing with it and socializing it then I would next check your family's financial state. Between food, toys, the cage, the bird, and the cleaning supplies you can expect to pay at least $130 initially and an additional $20 a month after that. Also, budgies can live to be 15 years old if cared for correctly so where do you see yourself in 15 years? Will you be in an apartment in the next 15 years because birds and apartments don't mix. If you still think you're ready for the commitment then show your mom that you have done your research and offer to do chores or get good grades or something.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Backyard chicken won't get off nest?

    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Have you ever yelled at a bird?

    Best answer: At a pigeon which flew into my living room.
    I even chased it with a broom.
    Not to hurt it of course, just to show it the way out.
    Best answer: At a pigeon which flew into my living room.
    I even chased it with a broom.
    Not to hurt it of course, just to show it the way out.
    20 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What type of parrot should I get?

    So I have only owned budgies before and I'm not the most experienced bird owner but I'm going to move into an apartment that allows pets soon and I'm ready to start up bird owning again. I want a parrot that is larger than a budgie but still suited for apartment life and relatively cheap. (Less than... show more
    So I have only owned budgies before and I'm not the most experienced bird owner but I'm going to move into an apartment that allows pets soon and I'm ready to start up bird owning again. I want a parrot that is larger than a budgie but still suited for apartment life and relatively cheap. (Less than $500) I'm willing to adopt and have plenty of time to spend with the bird. The smallest size I want is a conure and I'm comrfotable with birds up to the size of African greys. I just want a bird willing to cuddle and play. I have a huge cage and plenty of space so that isn't a problem.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can i convince my parents to get me a bird?

    i am in love with birds. i know my father would've totally gotten a bird for me but i dont live with him and im too shy to ask him for help. my mother always avoids the question whenever i ask her if i can get a bird. shes very stubborn and i've done tons of research on birds and i honestly just want one!
    i am in love with birds. i know my father would've totally gotten a bird for me but i dont live with him and im too shy to ask him for help. my mother always avoids the question whenever i ask her if i can get a bird. shes very stubborn and i've done tons of research on birds and i honestly just want one!
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are chickens considered animals or birds?

    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What is the best bird for me?

    I’ve never had a bird but I’m in becoming vet tech and have been fascinated by them! I’d like one that it happy without another bird but is affectionate with me. I’m also outdoors a lot so I’d like it to also be okay outside on my shoulder (or something). And preferably not more than medium size! Any suggestions??... show more
    I’ve never had a bird but I’m in becoming vet tech and have been fascinated by them! I’d like one that it happy without another bird but is affectionate with me. I’m also outdoors a lot so I’d like it to also be okay outside on my shoulder (or something). And preferably not more than medium size! Any suggestions?? Thanks so much!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago