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Breeder Bird Cages

Everyone likes to think their motives are pure all the time—no matter what. But it may be a good idea to check your reasons for buying breeder bird cages or corner bird cages in anticipation of a new pet parrot.

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While it may be fun picking out the most decorative corner cage or least expensive divided bird cage, your motive for becoming a parrot owner should be carefully evaluated. Birds are unique creatures that require time, attention and care. You can’t just slap up a few breeder bird cages or divided bird cages and expect your pets to be happy.


How to Be Sure You’re Setting Up Breeder Bird Cages for the Right Reasons

Sometimes, it’s helpful to examine your motives by looking at some of the wrong reasons for doing something. Below are 5 worst reasons for choosing a pet parrot.  

1.       “I don’t have time for a dog.” If you think a bird is less maintenance than a dog—you’re in for a surprise. Parrots can actually be more work. Their divided cage or corner bird cage will need to be cleaned daily. They require plenty of toys in their corner birdcages. Food and water is vitally important. Birds should also spend at least 2 hours a day outside of their breeder bird cages or corner bird cages.

“I need something to brighten up my living room.” Parrots are beautiful, but they’re not a decoration. Inside that corner bird cage or divided bird cage is a living, breathing creature.  

“My neighbor has a bird!” Trying to keep up with the Joneses will make your life miserable. Just because the people next door bought breeder bird cages or divided bird cages for their exotic parrots, doesn’t mean you have to. Live your life and let them live theirs.

“This is a great way to teach my kids responsibility.” Unfortunately, birds are not always great pets for kids. A large bird can seriously injure a child through biting or scratching. Children can accidently crush smaller birds. Bottom line: Children should never be left unattended with a bird. It’s simply too risky for them and the parrot.

“It’s free!” If someone is giving you a parrot for free, you can pretty much be sure it has issues. And if their giving you the corner bird cage or divided bird cage, along with all the accessories, you can pretty much bet your bottom dollar that they are simply looking to get rid of a bag of trouble. So unless you are prepared to work through these issues with your bird, let someone else deal with it.