Cockatiel and Cockatiels – Bathing Your Bird – How to Give a Bird a Bath – Bathing Pet Birds

The Rules of Bathing While various bathing methods abound, there are a few simple rules that apply to bathing all pet birds: Use only plain, clear water. Alt…

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46 Responses

  1. Ann Gillings Spinks
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    That tip about cocktails dust very helpful . That are a great little
    bird.and pet .

  2. sultan haider
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    amm my birds shit is dry on it tail how do i remove it

  3. Diana Miranda
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    This was very helpful thank you!

  4. today is a good day today is a great day!
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    Really helpful! i tried it for a while but i guess my bird just doesn’t
    like water

  5. TheFluffyMink
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    I have a baby wren {im taking care of him} and he is very dirty. So i
    needed to bathe him and this video helped

  6. Haneburge
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    what if you bird hates water?

  7. Bethany Hancock
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    Thank you I learn a lot from this because my bird get it a lot I’m glad to
    listen to this everyday and your birds are looked after they are lovely

  8. BlackRoses4eturnity
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    The spray bottel is a grate idea!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a dish with water at
    room temp and a regular water dish that is big enough to bath in but they
    prefer the warm water. I will have to try this.

  9. mripwnatcod
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    do they dry themselves or do i have to drythem

  10. Weiilayou
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    Wonderful! Glad I could help 🙂

  11. japson004
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    oh crap… i guess ive been pullin off my birds tube thing… i thought is
    was like a dandruff piece and i thought it was bad…. i feel really bad
    for doing it now…. im not gunna do it anymore though.. thanks for telling
    me!

  12. stanglova86
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    Thanks robot.

  13. Youngmoney1164
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    thanks i just got my bird today and i need to get theme in there cage need
    help

  14. benjamine Duran
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    better vioce more light in the video but ok for now

  15. danyangel87
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    Thank you soo much!!!!! Now they love bathing now 😀

  16. 76Rita76
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    your cockatiels are so cute & well behaved, my cockatiels love the spray
    bottle, but don’t really like taking baths in water on their own just yet
    ihope i can get them to not be so scared

  17. DragonNadder
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    My bird dose not like any type of bath how can I clean him and get him to
    like the bath? =)

  18. Damon Zwicker
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    i’m not sure what to do…our cockatiels love to be sprayed!

  19. Priscilla Toh
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    i did buy a soap for cockatiels but it did not need to be washed off but i
    was worried so i had to just washed and spray i wonder why my cockatiels
    hate water although they love drinking warm water………….

  20. Weiilayou
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    Try wetting some leaves (make sure they’re safe for your birds in case they
    try eating them! Also rinsed clean and don’t get them from anywhere near
    trafficked roads) and place in a bowl for the ‘tiels to just roll around in
    on their own. They might like that since it’s close to the “baths” they
    would take in dewy plants, in the wild.

  21. tankboy584
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    hi my bird will sit in the water but she will not be a bird and bath
    herself can you tell me how i can make her like a bath

  22. Andy Hancock
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    Yeah, mine did not like that at all. She just hissed and few to the next
    room lol.

  23. CockatielPony
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    no don’t use soap just normal water

  24. kevinchavela
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    i need help my cockatiels are all covered in poop!!!!

  25. benjamine Duran
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    does the spayer have to have soap

  26. robertmarc1
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    Thanks for this video.It helped a lot

  27. ShellyAmpora
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    thank you, very good video =^.^=

  28. Priscilla Toh
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    mine as well so i just a take warm water and slowly pour bit by bit

  29. azni12
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    my bird doesnt like to bathe like this. any tips? its a cockatiel

  30. Issac Bae
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    my cockatiel hates getting wet! whenever i give it a spray or 2 or 3 or 4
    or 5 and so on…. my cockatiel flies to my face and scratches!

  31. HabbClubPMember
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    Your cockateils are so cute. I plan to get one soon 🙂

  32. Loveofpets
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    Excellent video. I have three cockatiels. I bath them often. Come and see
    my videos.

  33. LittleMissSuperGirl7
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    did you clip their feathers, and do you reccommend it?

  34. Yuna9989
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    thanx for making the vid

  35. Asma A.
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    Thanks a lot.. That was really useful. I need it to learn visually how to
    bath my cockatiel.

  36. AshTheBlackBird
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    Great Video! I have a 3 month old Cockatiel, But when I give her some water
    to bathe in she doesn’t go near it, and if I spary her she runs away! I
    don’t know what to do with her and bathing….

  37. Lisa Springfield
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    Are they clipped? How come they don’t fly off?

  38. Mikayla Brinkley
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    We have six birds. We have learned that each one has their own personality,
    just like us humans. Sunny, Pozi, and Pickle (our oldest and youngest
    cockatiels, and our quaker parrot) prefer to be sprayed with a spray
    bottle. Magic (our second oldest cockatiel) prefers to sit in a dish of
    water. Rocky (our next oldest cockatiel) and Indy (our ringneck) like to
    bathe in the sink. We have a double kitchen sink, so we put a rag in the
    middle, put on the bird, and use the sprayer. Hope this helped! 😉

  39. Sheri-myvideos
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    My cockatiel is 17 years old and I will try to spray bottle to make her
    more comfortable. You can check her out on my channel I want to do some
    more videos on her because she has a big cage and loves to run around and
    climb around.

  40. allymc77
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    i have a cockatial the 1 at 0:22 looks like mine and tell me how u know if
    its a boy or girl

  41. MrChupachaps
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    THANKS!!!! Helped a lot with me cokatiel ,he flew around the washroom and
    whistled THanks and Oh your PArrots are very cute and adorable

  42. Abdul Habibul
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    @mripwnatcod they dry themselves, atleast mine does.

  43. sollacc
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    thanks for the info my bird isn’t a “dusty”

  44. ilovedovealot
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    my cockatiel hates water! he is 7 months old. he runs away from the mister
    (spray bottle) and when i try to put him in the bath or shower, he runs or
    tries to fly away. how do i get him to like water? i do try to bath him
    regularily. please help!

  45. Marcia Turner
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    my bird is scared of waterrr

  46. Crystal Stimmell
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    What if it isnt tamed and wont allow me to spray him? He wont get in a bowl
    of water either… what do I do? I want my Charlie to be happy and clean.

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