Choosing A Bird Stand For Your Parrot
Bird's love a bird stand. They’re the apple of your eye, a joy to be around and great fun each and every day for you and your family. Of course we’re talking about your parrot! What better way to enjoy your parrot than to get him a bird stand.
Intelligent, quirky, inquisitive and social, parrots don’t just want physical and mental stimulation – they need it! Bird stands let you give your bird physical and mental stimulation!
Many bird stands help stimulate exercise by providing climbing room, toy hooks and food bowls. As he climbs about the branches, searches for treats and plays with toys your bird will experience the sense of being part of a flock. Keeping your parrot happy, healthy and amused has never been easier thanks to our wide selection of bird stands.
Why Bird Stands?
When choosing a bird stand for your parrot, think about how and where you will use it. Will you want to take your bird stand on trips or vacations? Or, will you be using your bird stand at home, rolling from room to room? Small parrots enjoy portable bird stands that are easy to move to where ever you are about your home and keep your parrot nearby. Portable bird stands are available in a variety of sizes and styles to suit your individual parrots needs. If your parrot is large you'll need to consider a bird stand that is both roomy and sturdy. Again, floor style bird stands come in a variety of styles to meet the needs of all parrots.
Any bird stand that you buy should be easy to clean and able withstand lots of parrot wing flappin' fun. Food bowls and toy hooks add to bird stand usefulness add foraging and enrichment opportunities!
Questions to ask yourself when shopping bird stands -
Where do I plan to use my bird stand? Home? RV? In my office?
- Is my home designed so that I can roll a bird stand from room to room?
- How wide are my door ways? Will the bird stand roll through the door way without scratching my woodwork?
- Does my larger parrot need a bird stand that is really sturdy?
- Does my parrot tend to climb off of bird stands?