A New Parrot

So if you follow our YouTube or our Instagram, you already know we got a new Parrotlet. Very sweet boy. He was hatched on March 11, 2019 and is our very first store bought bird.

I got him from Ziggy’s Feathered Friends in Dorchester, Ontario. I’m so against getting birds from pet stores that I keep worrying something may be wrong with him (bad past experience). Ziggy’s is great so I’m sure nothing is wrong but my anxiety can’t help it. He is quarantined from the rest of the birds and I wash my hands after interacting with him. He is parent-raised so I’ve been slowly engaging with him. He is very energetic and has such a beautiful personality. I’m recording our interactions for our “Training and Taming Tuesdays” segments on our YouTube channel.

This first week with him, I’ve asked my YouTube and Instagram families for help naming him. The top 5 names have been: Ziggy (my name suggestion), Cloudie, Sky, Pisces and Azure. First name to get 10 votes will be his name. So please pick one. Once a name has been chosen this will be updated.

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1 thought on “A New Parrot

  1. Awwwwww he’s adorable.. I like Ziggy cause it’s different… But I like cloudy too… Can’t decide..

    On Thu., Sep. 12, 2019, 9:28 p.m. Parenting Parrots, wrote:

    > Parenting Parrots posted: ” So if you follow our YouTube or our Instagram, > you already know we got a new Parrotlet. Very sweet boy. He was hatched on > March 11, 2019 and is our very first store bought bird. I got him from > Ziggy’s Feathered Friends in Dorchester, Ontario. I’m” >

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