Bird in India

Bird in India

by Anonymous

Hello,

My husband and I are Canadian but moving to India. Once settled there, we would like to get a pet bird. After doing some initial research, we are thinking a lovebird, parakeet, or cockatiel would be best (it will be our first bird, we would like something that sings and is cuddly).

My concern is when we move back to Canada. Are birds ok to fly or is it too stressful for them?

If you have any thoughts or knowledge on this, I would really appreciate it.

Thank you!

Answer:

Flying with birds is perfectly fine. It’s like bringing your cat or dog aboard. However, you will need to do your research to see what airlines allow birds (not all of them do) and what requirements they may have. I HIGHLY suggest finding an airline that will let you bring your bird into the cabin with you. I’ve heard a lot of horror stories about birds being transported with checked baggage.

My husband and I have successfully traveled with two parrots (in the cabin), so it is definitely possible and not as difficult as it seems.

If you search Google for traveling with parrots, you can find a variety of articles with useful tips.

God bless,

Michelle Jay

Comments for Bird in India

Dec 18, 2011 birds in india
by: Anonymous

i read ur concern i woul recomend that for a bird thet can be cuddled and that sings u should go for a bird that can talk but these birds require a ;ittle experience so i would recomend a cockteil but it is tough teaching em to talk


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