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Lop Rabbits for Therapy
Love our pellets Mini Lop Rabbits For Therapy available for you to own Purebred mini lops (2kgs). Breed specific and trained for pet therapy rabbits (Rabbits are bred by veterinarian rabbit specialist (10 years) more than a decade of experience For more information Call now 048 129 3370 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chickens for therapy
Chickens make great pets for therapy Chickens are becoming more common as therapy animals. They provide companionship to the elderly and special needs clients. Did you know that Chickens have high intelligence and can easily create personal bonds with humans. Chickens can recognise up to one hundred human faces. This means it doesn't take them long to recognise who their owners are and who the nice person is that feeds them every morning The natural life span of a chicken can be up to 10 years.
Beautiful Wild White Cockatoos Cockatoos are a family of large, long-lived and very noisy parrots with moveable crests. Australia is home to 14 species with others also found in Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, the Solomon Islands and the Philippines. Cockatoo facts Cockatoos have a preferred “footedness” analogous to human handedness. Unlike humans, most are left-footed.In captivity, cockatoos have a lifespan similar to humans.The word ‘cockatoo’ has its origins in Malay and means ‘vice’ or ‘grip’ because of their incredibly strong beak.Australia’s commonest and most widespread cockatoo is the Galah. White cockatoos Four of the Australian species are predominantly white in colour including the very familiar and spectacular Sulphur-crested Cockatoo. These noisy birds feed on berries, seeds, nuts and roots. They’re equally at home in the city and in the bush.