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What to Consider When Buying a Large Bird Cage?

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What to Consider When Buying a Large Bird Cage?

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Rules For Choosing a Bird Cage

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Rules For Choosing a Bird Cage

One of the fundamental rule of owning a bird is to provide them with a comfortable living space. However, when choosing the perfect bird cage for your feathered friend, there are various models, sizes and colors to take into consideration. Whether you are choosing a ParakeetMini MacawCockatiel or a Parrot cageyou can make the right choice by following these simple rules.

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Why are larger bird cages better?

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Why are larger bird cages better?

Birds make wonderful pets as they do not need much care and maintenance. Unlike dogs or cats, you can easily keep them inside a cage in your apartment. One of the primary requirements for owning a bird is the provision of an adequate space for living so buy the biggest cage you can find for your bird. There are many large bird cages for sale in most pet shops as well as parakeetscockatiels & parrot bird cages.

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What are the benefits of Stainless Steel Bird Cages?

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The strongest, safest, longest lasting, easiest to clean, best money can buy bird cages are made of Stainless Steel and listed on this very page. Our range of Stainless Steel Bird Cages are the best investment a bird owner can make for these reasons.

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How to tell if my bird is sick?

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In the wild, displaying any sign of illness is not beneficial to a bird.  It is instinctual very important, as a matter of survival, for a bird to disguise sickness.  Often, a flock will abandon or drive off a sick bird.  Birds that appear weak or ill become easy targets.   Unfortunately, the instinct to hide illness also carries over to pet birds and once we notice any sign of illness it usually indicates they have already been sick for some time. Close and careful observation of your bird's behavior, eating habits, physical appearance and droppings will all provide clues and...

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