Often, the cause of this problem is lack of space in the cage to select a better spot to poop or it could be perch placement. If the perches are only over water or food, they bird may have few options when it is inside its cage (which should be as little as possible since a healthy, happy companion parrot is out of the cage interacting with its humans as much as possible) Pet parrots will tend to avoid pooping where they sleep and where they eat if they are provided with sufficient space to be able to easily avoid having to do so. In fact, a parrot can be potty trained to go in a specific place or even to go on command. My sun conure, SunDance, was potty trained! She would say "Go homie" and she wanted to be placed on the 'porch' area of her cage so she could hang her tail off and poop on the paper below. My friend trained her conure to only poop in the sink. I used to see around the Cocoa Beach, Florida area a beautiful female Eclectus that was so well potty trained, she was welcomed into restaurants and bars!
All birds poo.
to people without money, yes. sometimes dogs eat their poop
poop is the food the body can't digest. therefore yes you can poop food.........poop is food and it can digest into the digestive system and turns it into poop.
The dog's poop really depends on what the dog is eating. Dog's poop can be different in colors depending on the dog food or sometimes an abnormality in the body especially the digestive tract.
They don't really want to. Maybe you left them out of the cage too long and their hungry. Try giving them more food. See if it helps.
vets say it because their food digested to fast, or could be food color from the puppy food
When food isn't made the right way it may leave your body differently, when things are hard and difficult to eat you may see that in you poop, this happens sometimes when you may see corn in your faeces, sometimes when you poop is green it could be a sign of more veggies in your diet, this can also be caused by weak stomach acid.
Because they digest food so quickly and they are poop machine hope that will help you by the way they sometimes eat their poop to help digest food Experince:has and had 2 hamsters and the hamsters lived for 5 years
they usually poop near the food dish or next to their water bowl and it looks like fish poop just a long string.
They eat, poop,chirp and fly around and if they are pregnant, they lay eggs
Who says birds don't poop in water! Seagulls do! I know ... got sprayed by one last summer. Yuk! Birds as a whole can and do poop in water if they happen to need to go when they are near water. But, pet parrots (whether near your pool or not)a parrot will tend to avoid pooping where they sleep and where they eat if they are provided with sufficient space to be able to easily avoid having to do so.
Because sometimes its less dense than the water. It might be more saturated with water to make it float.
They do. All animals have bowel movements or some other way of excreting wastes. Parrots DO poop, just like any other bird.
Water, trash, poop, food, dead things, and even live animals with dirt or infection. Clean up everything, sometimes it can be things you don't even see like food residue from your hands on the wall.
Diets that are high in fat can cause feces to float, as fat is less dense then water.
well. it all depends on what you eat.. if you drink nothing but water. your poop will be diarrhea.. if you eat peanuts.. you will see it in your poop. that goes with corn too..as they are indigestible. Very dark fecal matter could mean blood in the stools. p.s- sometimes poop is green.
Dogs poop what they eat.
Why would you even ask a dumb question like that u little nut?!?!?!?!?!?!?!? you don't poop from water it comes from your digested food smart one!!!!!!!!!!! you obviously need some help if you are wondering how much water you drink to poop >:-( lol
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Poop, or feces, is composed of indigestible food waste, enteric bacteria, and water.
by the food and drinks that u eat and formes the poop
Dogs may sometimes eat their own poop as their poop will still contain nutrients that they need. To combat this, one can feed them a diet that contains the nutrients they need.