...I've been a big fan of pet birds. I started with parakeets, spent some time with cockatiels, but ended up with canaries. I'm pushing 50 years of age now so I've been doing this awhile.
Once I was introduced to canary birds by my uncle I fell hopelessly in love with these little "sugar birds" and decided to start breeding them.
I created CanaryAdvisor.com to show you how best to take care of these great pets and get the most out of owning one or more...and maybe even give canary breeding a try.
The canary is more beautiful than you ever imagined. To own one gives you the joy of listening to beautiful natural bird songs and the delightful visual splash of color and activity inside your home. And it's nowhere near as difficult as some make it out to be.
All you need is enough information, and a reasonable measure of common sense. I like to think that I can offer you plenty of both, so let's get started...
The secret to your canary's happiness is no secret at all. The information you
need is right at your finger tips here on
CanaryAdvisor.com and in the Canary Tips!
In a nutshell, here's what you want to do...
1. Provide all your canary's needs like...
A high quality canary seed mixture.
Fresh clean water.
Clean and roomy housing.
Health care to keep your canary bird disease free.
2. Then allow some joy into your canary's
world such as...
Special delicious and nutritious treats.
Allowing him out of the cage for a bout of flying.
Entertainment in the form of items to pick up and carry around, a mirror (only if he doesn't fight with it), and a swing.
3. Plus...communicate with your canary...
Speaking with soft words.
Using gentle body movements.
Great canary care starts with knowledge. Your canary is
depending on YOU to provide all his needs and wants.
So come along with me now and lets take a look at CanaryAdvisor.com's
You'll discover how proper canary care can get your pet canary
bird into strong physical shape and develop a healthy confident
Plus proper feeding for optimal nutrition, the right
snack foods to offer...and what foods can kill him. Also,
false information your pet shop attendant may be giving you...
I'll reveal hard-to-find details about...
...where to snag the best deals on cages, supplies, and canary bird food.
I'll point you to great websites where you can search for a
canary for sale.
And learn to read your pet birds body language...What is he trying to
Just click on one of the links below and discover canary bird
care that will help you become "family" to your pet canary bird...
And by the way, don't forget to sign up for CanaryAdvisor.com's
Canary Tips! Newsletter.
Canary Tips! is free and
full of helpful advice on taking care of your canary bird that may not be featured in this website.