Lovebird Essential Care Supplies

Last Updated on May 24, 2024 by Ali Shahid

Lovebirds require specific supplies to ensure their well-being and happiness. Essential care supplies include an appropriately sized cage with multiple perches of varying widths, high-quality pelleted lovebird food, millet spray, cuttlebone for calcium supplementation, a variety of toys for mental stimulation, a bird bath, misting spray bottle, nail clippers, and styptic powder for grooming needs. 

Additionally, lovebirds need a clean environment with fresh water available at all times, and their cage should be cleaned regularly to prevent diseases. Providing a safe and stimulating habitat, along with a balanced diet and proper grooming tools, is crucial for the overall health and happiness of lovebirds. My recommendation is as follows:

  1. Food: ZuPreem Natural Pellets Bird Food for Small Birds
  2. Food and Water Bowls: MotBach 2 Pack Stainless Steel Bird Feeding Dish
  3. Cage: Yaheetech Bird Cage 64-inch for Small, and Medium Size Parrots
  4. Cage Cleaner: Oxyfresh Premium Crate & Cage Cleaner
  5. Perches: LIMIO 6PCS Bird Perch 2 Grape Stick
  6. Travel Cage: Prevue Pet Products Travel Carrier for Birds
  7. Bird Bath Spray: UnRuffledRx Aloe Vera Bird Bath Spray
  8. Toys: Bird Toys Bird Shredding Foraging Toys
  9. Treats:  Nemeth Farms Worlds Freshest Sun-Dried Spray Millet

Disclaimer:

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  • Dr. Anees Ashraf

    He is a veterinarian by profession currently working in a vet clinic. He loves to treat and breed parrots to produce different mututions.

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