Will information on how long do parakeets live affect your decision on getting one? It can, because sometimes people have an idea on how long they want to commit to a pet.
So if you are looking for a medium length relationship with your pet, parakeet is probably one of the best choices you can make.
This pet itself is a great companion and not too difficult to maintain. The cost of upkeep is not very high and he can be a great friend to you. Not to mention you can train him and play with him.
Here is one really nice parakeet video to show you how cute these little birds can be.
Well, for one thing they will live much longer then in the wild. Parakeets live in Australia in big flocks and they have to count with having enemies like predator birds and snakes.
According to books an average parakeet life span is 14 years. I have talked to a parakeet breeder and he says that his experience shows that their life span is more 8 to 10 years. Now, he breeds show birds and they are not really pets except a few of them.
However, he knows of some cases of pet parakeets living to be 22 years old. That is some very, very old age for a small bird.
For a bird to live this long he needs to have good genes and the best conditions possible. That includes great quality food and appropriate diet, no draft and great living conditions. Of course, there has to be a lot of love in his life to live this long.
While mentioning draft I would like to tell you about things you should pay attention to, in order to prolong your parakeets life.
Have you thought about how long do parakeets live if left to take care of themselves in our homes? Here are some dangers in your home that can hurt him:
So now that you know of all the hazards that are in your home you can prevent your parakeet getting hurt and prolong his life span. I hope I have answered your question on how long do parakeets live and that you will set a new record in parakeets' life span.
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