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THE BATHROOM The bathroom has to be the hottest hours of the day, also during th

e winter. But be careful that the water is at room temperature and that the cage
is not exposed to air currents, with which our friends could catch cold. In an
aviary, where the bathroom is bigger naturally so they can enter it several bird
should be placed in the center a stone that allows the canaries come out easily
, despite bearing the well wet feathers, otherwise risk of drowning.
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Change and wash water troughs seek the vegetables, fruit and some egg noodles in
the morning and remove the debris at night, wash the containers in the summer f
or an hour to place bathroom

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Give the seed mixture and wash the containers in place for an hour winter bath
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Clean and wash the tray and change the scrape and clean sand sticks

Clean and wash the cage thoroughly
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Windows and mirrors, against which the canary end pede bang pots, vases, cups of
water, bathtubs and sinks full of water that can drown Fireplaces, candles, sto
ves fired with what can be burned by open windows and doors where Curtains and f
abrics can escape or tissues in general among those who may be trapped behind ca
binets and comfortable which can fall to the ground. Possible crashes that can o
ccur even fractures

Poisonous or toxic plants whose ingestion, even if only a small portion of them
may cause poisoning and death
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Walking briskly, remains in a corner of the cage, no appetite, or their hunger i
s excessive-drinking has matted feathers and drooping wings Breathing is panting
, noisy and open beak sneeze, cough and runny distilled through the nose remains
half-closed eyes, swollen and bleary legs are swollen and red are not coordinat
ed movements remains embolus "with the head in the sand have diarrhea: stool wil
l litter the under tail coverts (subqueues) The belly is swollen, hard and red h
ave difficulty defects: the stool is very hard at high speed Slims You have an a
bnormal feather loss
bloody diarrhea, ostensible thinning, flow of saliva from the tongue to death fo
ur days after onset of symptoms. ingestion of food or water contaminated with th
e saliva of sick animals. cleaning and disinfecting of the cage and accessories.
isolation, disinfection and visit the vet.
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment:
Symptoms: drowsiness, loss of appetite, diarrhea and dyspnea greenish; death in
50% of cases of
possible transmission to humans. Causes: Prevention: meticulous hygiene of the c
age and accessories Treatment: Administration of 1 or 2 mg. streptomycin 2-3 tim
es a day for four days. ingestion of contaminated food or drink.
Intestinal inflammation or enteritis
apathy, drowsiness, diarrhea, extreme thirst, lack of appetite, weakness, death.
failures in food, general infections and parasites. comporbación food that is n
ot worn. antibiotic administration after examination of the stool.
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment:
Muda abnormal or false move
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment: feathers falling out of the summer. mis
takes in the diet, poor hygiene. fresh and varied food and hygiene of the carrie
r. administration of a multivitamin in the drinking water.
External parasites: gray or red mites, lice
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment: nervousness, scratching, loss of feathe
rs. poor hygiene of the cage and ustensilios. thorough cleaning of the suits tha
t are sheltered. regular spraying with appropriate fungicidal.
malaise, respiratory difficulties, elimination of mucus from the nostrils, breat
hing with his beak open. exposure to air currents. proper placement of the cage.
manage a lot of heat, an antibiotic and vitamins.
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment:
abundant diarrhea and malaise; death of possible transmission to humans. Symptom
s: Causes: Prevention: Treatment: ingestion of infected food or water, contact w
ith "carriers" healthy as rats, pigeons, flies, etc.. very clean and avoid conta
ct with harmful animals.€after analyzing the feces, clean, warm and quiet and tr
y to manage a broad spectrum antibiotic.
Pinworms: tapeworms, roundworms
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment: fatigue, drowsiness, weight loss, small
white particles in the faeces, death from intestinal obstruction. little cleani
ng. thorough cleaning of containers and the carrier. provision of a vermifuge.
Diphtheria difteroviruela
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: dull and matted feathers, significant diarrhea, br
eathing difficulties with removal of foam from the tongue to death. contact with
food or copies
infected (highly contagious). Treatment: careful cleaning and disinfection. abso
lute isolation and immediate requirement of the presence of the veterinarian.
Acariasis of the legs
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment: rough and grayish crusts on the legs; d
eformation thereof; death. insufficient clean the bottom of the cage. cleaning a
nd disinfection of the cage. miticide ointment applications, provision of a mult
subcutaneous swelling at the height of the back and wings (affecting mainly the
English breeds). hereditary links between individuals repeated snowfalls. intens
e mate x snow. remove them (it is advisable to go to an expert).
Symptoms: Causes: Prevention: Treatment:
It has spread wings
Aggressive attitude, loosen or fall in body temperature is supported on one leg
hollowed plumage welfare Attitude, forming a ball Attitude poor health threateni
ng respiratory or open Pico decrease in body temperature heads in the sand or pr
ecarious state dream Petition health to be scratched by a partner or better visu
al observation tilted head is cleaned and rubbed his beak on a very congenial to
individuals other distension of a wing and a leg were stretched or attitude of
being very tight to the body plumage and Fort scare
There are several meanings of the song. Here are some below:
o o o o
Marking its presence to other canaries Signaling of possession of a territory co
nquest of a female company make the female during nest building and incubation
SI CANTA EL MACHO, READY BEFORE THE NEST. It seems it is proven that if the male
sings while the female is working on building the nest, it will rush to finish
it and make it a greater number of eggs. This happens even when the female heard
only a recording of that song Domestication
Taming a canary is not very difficult, but we need lots of time and patience. To
tame our canary, start getting used to our presence so as not to panic. The fir
st would be to feed through the bars of the cage, using a treat that, when the c
anary gets used to come and take the candy without any fear, we move to the next
phase is to give some pine nuts, bits cake apple or reaching into the interior
of the cage and wait for the canary perch on our hands to eat. When will we, tha
t is not the first time you come, but when he gets used to perch on our hands to
eat, we try to release the house, that if given that all windows and doors are
tightly closed and our impresindible presence there to prevent any harm could be
THE TRAINING FOR THE SONG Train our canaries for singing is far more difficult,
since they receive the right canora genetically inherited, yet to improve their
Nesecito songbirds hear a canary adult who is called master. Youth will be house
d in small cages attached to form a cage-closet (Fig. 1) and placed the canary a
dult (teacher) in front of the cage-closet, so the young singers are set at the
teacher to teach their long repertoire
The red color has not been the way of the mutation, but is the result of crossin
g, and then its Selecting, a canary and a Siskin in Venezuela. This small finch
is from South America and, paired with a canary, giving rise to offspring with t
he colors of the father and the size of the Canary Islands. The descent of this
link makes it possible to continue with additional couplings, obtaining successi
vely whenever individuals the size and shape of a canary, keeping the red color
of the plumage of the Siskin
In the case of sterile hybrids, unlike hybrids fertile€There are crosses in whic
h an offspring is sterile, so we do not hes of no use for the selection, but has
an end in itself. This is the case of coupling between canary and goldfinch, wh
ose daughters of no interest, while males inherit a canary singing, but mostly t
he song of the goldfinch, which makes them precious few singers Canaries, like a
ll birds Spring reproduce, but in captivity can be played all year, but this is
not very healthy for them, since the female will get tired a lot and we lose, wh
at is not sought. In the spring, and with it the days lengthen and temperatures
rise, this favors the reproduction of the canary starts breeding season, althoug
h as we have said before you can advance the time, which often do farmers to tak
e young specimens to be presented at
exhibitions and competitions. Discussed later the method used to advance the pla
yback, but for now we focus on the natural breeding season.
The official start of the breeding season.
By tradition this home is set by San Jose on March 19. Maybe because ... it's Fa
ther's Day. In what is certain is that then the days are already long and hot en
ough to have good prospects for success at the end of incubation.
When the female wants to build the nest.
One of the most obvious signs that wants to install the nest the female gives wh
en he starts pacing around the cage with a pen or any object in its beak, comosi
were looking for the best place to build it.
To ensure the smooth running of breeding, you also have to prepare some tools th
at we will find no difficulties in store:
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The cage must be large enough to accommodate all the family together galvanized
wire Portaña Two Two or three nests wicker man Two or three eggs for the filling
material (jute rags or hay, less appropriate is the cotton wool, which sticks t
o the nails) Egg Pasta
What if the male misbehave?
It sometimes happens that the male mind to the female during incubation and duri
ng chick growth. Often when this happens is because the male wants to mate again
and the female, and only obeys and serves her maternal instincts, refuses. In t
his case it is best to separate the male, through the wall or putting it in anot
her cage, but without straying too far, because it is still important that both
parents be seen and heard.
To lend a hand out small eggs, we can, towards the end of the incubation period,
dipping a bit to provide moisture to break. With the same ease you can set the
bath to the female, so that when you return to the nest it's wet. What not to do
is try to help the chick with her hands in the hard work of breaking and hatchi
ng, since then it runs the risk of bleeding and cause his death.
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At the end of the chicks are born knowing only stretch the neck opening and the
peak demand extremely food. Lee, wrapped in a membrane, the mother ingests. On t
he sixth day begin to open their eyes. By the eighth day shall be observed the f
irst attempts to deposit the feces from the nest. Between the eighth and tenth d
ay must bring them the ring on the leg. Around the twelfth day we will see the a
ppearance of the first plumage. By the eighteenth begin to make the first out of
the nest. One month untying Shall parents