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Cage

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It is no secret that your bird's health and well-being is directly linked to the quality and cleanliness of her cage. Your bird's cage should be large enough for her to stand comfortably, move freely within it, and spread her wings. The cage bars should be appropriately sized to prevent escape or injury but still encourage instinctive activities, such as climbing, flying, or play. It should also house appropriate toys, food dishes, water bowls, perches, and treat holders that benefit your bird's health and also stimulate her instincts and intelligence, all without making your bird feel like she is lost in a crowd of accessories. But when it comes time to choose a cage, many owners are ready to fly the coop. With the myriad of cage styles, sizes, colors, and safety features, choosing the correct cage for a specific bird and budget is often the most difficult decision a bird owner must make. But by understanding the differences each style offers, the safety benefits of each material, and the instincts and tendencies of your bird, choosing a cage is no longer something to ruffle your feathers about. The basic styles include: Flight cages - Also known as aviaries, these cages are large in either width or height to encourage your bird to move around. For a finch, for example, width is more important since they tend to flit about from side to side. Dometop cages - As the name implies, these cages boast an expanded, curved top section as opposed to the traditional box shape. The extra interior space in these cages is great for active birds who like to climb or fly. It is also an easy way to offer multiple birds a little more head room without sacrificing more floor space in your home. Playtop cages - For active birds who spend large amounts of time outside of their home, these cages make an excellent choice. Many models even boast a built-in playtop that allows your bird out-of-cage time to play and interact with the family. It's also a cage-coordinated playland that easily sits on the otherwise wasted space above your cage.Styles for Every Bird Though it may seem like there is a style of cage for each of the hundreds of bird companion species, cages can basically be broken down into four styles. The type of cage you choose should be based on a number of factors. It should be appropriately sized. It should be safe, yet comfortable, for your bird. It should encourage your bird's natural instincts (such as to fly or climb). Finally, it should include features or accessories that make cage maintenance easier, thereby allowing you to spend more time with your bird.

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