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Excellent

Brilliant pet, great when you get a talker!

Not able to take out with you!

As a keen budgie keeper I have owned a large number of budgies in the past and have a passion for them and their welfare. I am also a worker in the animal care sector and have qualificaitons within Animal care, management, development, breeding and many other subject matters. I will go through...

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“Keeping a Budgie”

published 21/11/2006

great little chirpy birds

can take them for walkies like a dog!!

Budgies Budgies are colourful and friendly little birds. They can be kept alone or in groups. Personally I have 4 budgies and they are all in one cage together. I feel that as I am not at home all day, everyday, it is nice for the budgies to have some company and they can often be seen grooming...

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“My little pet budgie”

published 19/08/2009

Don't need loads of free time to care for one, cut...

Budgie cages are fairly dear, you do need to spend...

I've wanted a pet for a very long time, but unfortunately my boyfriend who I live with is allergic to all things fur, which crossed out a lot of things. He also hates lizards, snakes, etc, so really, there wasn't a lot of choice. We were at our local pet store picking up some fish food and I saw...

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“Fun Feathered Friends”

published 02/04/2007

Great companions, intelligent and fun

Messy and noisy sometimes

I have always been an animal lover but must admit that birds were never top of my list of favourite pets to keep. That is until I decided to take pity on an unwanted green and yellow budgie called Rocky and decided to give him a new loving home. This is a review of my own experiences of keeping a...

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“Who's A Pretty Boy Then?”

published 11/07/2006

wonderful, loving, fun and entertaining pets.

Can be agressive, easy to escape, need to be looke...

Budgies or the Budgerigar (a word no one uses) are wonderful birds. They are small, come in many exotic bright colours, are long lived, and FUN!!! They are highly social birds and watching them interact is very entertaining. They are also easy keepers and won't break your budget--you get a lot of...

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“Budgie sir? yes please!”

published 19/04/2007

makes the house happy, easy to keep, cheap

can be noisy, can tip a lot of seed out of their c...

After being told no to having any more dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs or tortoises, my mind was set on wondering what animal my darling husband would let me have next! On one of our many trips to the local pet shop, there was a new delivery coming in. When we had a look, they had branched out...

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Good

published 11/12/2007

This is a great review but its something you should never do to tell people that they are great pets to be alone. it is literally animal abuse if you keep them alone.they go mad and start pulling out there own feathers when living a lonely life. a human is never there for a bird like a second bird!!!!!

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