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Hello and welcome to Polly's Bird Cages - your home for cheap bird cages of all sizes. A happy, healthy bird can make an incredible pet and be a lot of fun for everyone in the family and while trying to save money with discount bird cages is a good idea, it's also important to get a cage that's safe and comfortable in order to make sure your pet bird stays in good physical and mental health.
Let's take a look at some of the factors that can affect whether or not a bird cage is good for your pet.
Remember that your bird will most likely be spending all day in his or her cage, and that the bird cage must be spacious enough not only for the bars not to touch the tail, but for him or her to move around comfortably.
When looking for a discount bird cage remember that the cage must be more than one and a half times the wing span of your bird, all the way around. If you have a flight cage for the day, this will be enough, but if your bird has only one cage, it'll need to be much larger. Remember that flight cages should be wider than they are tall. In general, buy a bird cage that's as big as you can afford.
Wire bird cages might be strong enough for the smallest birds, but big, intelligent birds need thicker bars and more complex latching mechanisms to keep them from taking the cage apart. Powder coating and stainless steel are healthier and longer lasting than a cheap bird cage that's been painted.
Don't choose a decorative bird cage that isn't really made for birds, and beware of a cage that seems much less expensive than the majority of options. Decorative cages can injure your bird, and aren't strong enough to hold him or her.
Bars and Spacing
Look for horizontal bars that allow for climbing, since these give an exercise opportunity that vertical bars don't. Make sure the spacing isn't so narrow it obstructs vision, or so wide the bird's head can slip through. Generally, small birds use a half inch spacing, medium birds between half and inch and one inch, and large birds over an inch between bars.
Be sure to have toys to keep your bird happy. A bird cage with no toys is not just boring, it's enough to drive a bird crazy. Feather plucking and other health and behavioral problems result from small bird cages without toys or anything interesting to do. Remember to take toys and other accessories into account when you're choosing the size of the cage, so they don't get in the way.
Place your bird cage in an area near a corner or wall to give your bird a comfortable place to relax, but in an area where there will be a lot of human interaction. The family room is a great choice, since your bird can watch what's going on and interact, but won't be in the middle of everything.
Elevate the cage instead of putting it on the floor - chest height is ideal. Avoid placing the cage immediately next to a window, though within viewing range is a good idea, so your bird can watch what happens outside.
We hope these tips will help you in choosing your next new bird cage and now invite you to look around our site for great deals on discount bird cages of all sizes.
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