Many things can be guided when you want to secure a suitable cage for lovebirds to live in, and these guidelines include the following:
- Securing enough space for each pair of lovebirds in a person, as it is recommended that one pair of these birds have a cage with a height of not less than 81 cm, and its width and length not less than half a meter.
- Do not put pairs of different types of lovebirds in the same cage, as this may cause conflicts between them.
- Hanging dishes on the sides of the cage so that these dishes contain food and water, taking care to raise these dishes from the cage floor so that they are not contaminated with bird dirt.
- Do not put plastic materials inside the cage of lovebirds, as the bird may eat them.
- Place some branches of trees inside the lovebirds’ cage.
- Place the cage in a well-ventilated area exposed to sunlight.
Lovebirds need a daily nutritional amount ranging between 45 to 60 grams of food for one bird. Care must take to form an integrated diet for lovebirds when raising them, and this includes the presence of some feeds, some types of nutritional supplements and some vitamins, and these supplements can collect through Many varieties of different fruits and vegetables; Such as berries, bananas, pears, spinach, parsley, radishes, peas and many other types that can offer to these birds, and some nuts can be provided as a good source of protein. It should note the importance of not feeding avocados to birds because it may be toxic to them, and The things that should take into consideration is to provide adequate quantities of clean water for the lovebirds and to provide water and food in porcelain or porcelain vessels, as they may erode the plastic material.
Tips to take care of lovebirds
Many different tips can guide to take care of lovebirds, as these birds may live to a lifespan of more than fifteen years if appropriate care is provided to them,  and these tips include the following:
- Putting a lot of toys to keep the lovebirds in their cages, such as ladders and swings.
- Keep the lovebirds’ cage clean.
- Changing drinking water daily.
- See your veterinarian periodically, and this can do once a year.