How to Clean a Parakeet?
A dirty environment makes the budgie annoyed. It would scream unnecessarily and
disturb you. If you don’t want any of such things to happen then the article “How to clean
a Parakeet” is all that you were looking for!
If you are new in this pet’s world then read the article thoroughly so that you can learn
everything you need to know about how to clean a parakeet.
Also check: What Do Parakeets Like to Play With?
Parakeets are teeny tiny pets who require less space for living. Cleaning them and their
surroundings is not really difficult. The mood of a budgie is directly proportional to his
cleanliness. Giving a parakeet bath is the cutest scene one can witness.
You must give your parakeet bath several times a week, this makes them fresh. For a
complete parakeet bath all you have to do is:
1. Use a basin or a hollow tub as a bathing area.
2. Fill it with lukewarm water, tap water can also be used but lukewarm water is better
than tap water.
3. Let your budgie stand on the edge and jump in the water himself.
4. Let him play with the splashes of water and you will see the budgie cleaning itself.
5. If needed you can gently use your fingers to clean the extra dirt.
If you don’t have enough time for a complete parakeet bath then you can also use
lukewarm water in a bottle and spray it on the entire body of the budgie.
Also check: How to Tell Parakeet Gender?
How to Clean a Parakeet Cage?
For cleaning the cage you need to remove all of the stuff present inside the cage. Let you
bird roam around your house for a few minutes in the meanwhile you can clean his cage.
Now you have an empty cage, just wash it with tap water (no need of lukewarm water
here) and after that let it dry for a few minutes. After it is all dry then spray a disinfectant
in the whole cage. Let it dry now.
You can also keep the cage in sunlight after washing it. This would kill most of the
bacteria present in the cage. Along with the cage, make sure you clean