Fringy Cone Bird Collar
Fringy Cone Bird Collar
Fringy Cone Bird Collar
Fringy Cone Bird  Collar - BirdSupplies.com
Fringy Cone Bird Collar
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Fringy Cone Bird Collar

Sale price$ 55.99

Struggling with a persistent feather plucker? Feel like you've tried it all, only to come home to feathers all over the floor? Don't lose hope! Discover our game-changing bird collar designed to break the cycle of feather plucking and bring newfound joy to your bird's life.

Size:Large
Color:Gray
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Discover a soothing solution for your feathered friend with the UnRuffledRx Fringy Cone Bird Collar. Here's why it brings peace and hope:

✔️ Crafted for severe plucking and self-mutilation.
✔️ Firm base that flanges out with thick fleece layers prevent picking and bending.
✔️ Customizable fit with an adjustable closure for tailored comfort.

The Fringy Cone creates a comforting barrier, stopping feather plucking and wound aggravation. Its stiff base and layers of fleece keep your bird from reaching sensitive areas. Embrace relief and hope with our Fringy Cone. Gray tones based on fabric availability. 🌈🐦

Find your Fit

Size Guide

Size Dia. Neck Hole Layers Birds Wt.
Small 5.5" Dia.
1" - 1.75" 8
150 - 225 gm.
Medium 7.5" Dia. 1.3/8"- 2" 10
225 - 425 gm.
Large 9.5" Dia. 2" - 2.75" 10
425 - 800 gm.
X-Large 11.5" Dia. 2.75 - 3.25" 10  800+ gm. 

What Other's Are saying

Cheryl

Vet Recommended

Years ago, my cockatoo started self-mutilating. Before knowing about BirdSupplies, my bird had to wear hard plastic "cones"...Neither I nor my bird was happy about this! My vet told us about BirdSupplies and suggested trying a soft collar. I tried a couple different types of collars that BirdSupplies offered, before settling on the Fringy Cone Bird Collar that works great!
self-mutilating combo

Pairs Well With

Beakguard Bird Vest

Double up on protection by combining the Fringy Cone with the Beakguard Vest that boasts a Kevlar® insert.

Got Questions?

Product Questions

Some birds need help adjusting to wear the collar. Download my free guide about feather plucking and bird collars now.

We try to offer our collars in soothing colors that match their plumage. Our best sellers are light blues, yellows, and grey.

However, there continue to be supply chain issues and many fabric patterns change seasonally.

Most birds quickly get the hang of wearing the bird collar, usually within a few days. We suggest giving it a try when you have some quality time to spend with your feathered friend, making sure they can move, eat, and drink comfortably with the collar on. Don't forget to grab our free book to help your feather plucker adjust with ease! 😊🐦

If you're considering this product, chances are your bird has developed a compulsive plucking habit. Take proactive steps by downloading my book to gain insights on outsmarting your clever companion. Enhance the velcro closures with moleskin for added durability, and consider deterring collar chewing by applying a bird-safe bitter spray. Be proactive in supporting your feathered friend's well-being!

1. Explore the option of using a bird collar to interrupt feather plucking.

2. Use this bundle to address common causes associated with feather plucking.

3. Identify and eliminate triggers that lead to plucking to effectively put a stop to the behavior.

4. Implement positive reinforcement and training to teach replacement behaviors and build self-confidence.

Shipping

Enjoy complimentary shipping on US retail orders over $70 so this bundle ships free within the US. Otherwise, it's just a pocket-friendly $6.99 to any US address.

Orders placed by 10:30 AM - MST ship the same day, except Sunday. Standard shipment usually takes 4-7 days. Create an account to get tracking information.

Absolutely, we ship worldwide! Shipping costs are transparent and added at checkout. Please note, we don't collect VAT. Kindly be aware, this item doesn't pass customs in AU or NZ.

You can opt for speedy delivery through USPS (2-day) or UPS overnight for an additional fee.

Birds, equipped with sharp beaks that can crack open nuts and nimble feet, can be quite destructive, posing a challenge in potentially destroying bird collars.

In particular, birds with severe plucking or self-mutilation tendencies can be relentless in trying to remove collars to feed their addictive compulsion.

Recognizing this risk, we strongly advise a proactive stance: reinforce collars with bird-safe bitters and fortify closures with durable moleskin.

To further safeguard against there determined efforts, consider additional measures like having a Saf-T Shield on hand, using over the counter bird calming supplements, or exploring prescription grade medications to calm the compulsions. Vigilance and creative solutions will help ensure the effectiveness of the collars in curbing self-mutilation behaviors.

Customer Reviews

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Heli

Lasted 2 days on my severe macaw.

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Cheryl

Years ago, my cockatoo started self-mutilating. Before knowing about BirdSupplies, my bird had to wear hard plastic "cones"...Neither I nor my bird was happy about this! My vet told us about BirdSupplies and suggested trying a soft collar. I tried a couple different types of collars that BirdSupplies offered, before settling on the Fringy Cone Bird Collar that works great!

Since my cockatoo tries to bite his feet and his wings, I suggest going with one size larger than the size chart recommends (the size chart recommends a medium; however, I purchase a large). Cockatoos are very smart and teach themselves sneaky ways to get to the areas they want to mutilate; but the larger size collar helps prevent this. The only problem with the larger size is that the neck hole is too large for my bird. My suggestion to BirdSupplies is to make the neck hole smaller, but allow the customer to trim it to customize the hole size as needed.

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Kathryn

Well made cone… however the small size is still too big for my cockatiel… he couldn’t even walk with it on… so I guess I’ll have to find something else to help his plucking. It would be helpful if you put examples of which birds fit which cones in the descriptions… if those descriptions exist, I was not able to locate them.

Thanks for the review, Kathryn, I wanted to point out that our cone collars can be trimmed at both the neck hole and at the perimeter to get a good fit.

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Jeanie T.

The first collar I bought along with the vest, taught me things. She would turn it around & chewed the velcro. I then attached a couple of binder clips to the front bottom of it and it prevents it from twisting around her neck. When the new ones came, I changed her collar and the 1st one went in the laundry in a lingerie bag. It washed beautifully! I let it air dry. I'm not sure if I can take the vest off and just count on the collar to keep her from her chest wound, but I am happy with the success so far. She has seen two vets & they both are impressed. I gave a print-out to the vet who travels the United States treating birds; hopefully he can pass the information along.

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Jeanie

The first collar I bought along with the vest, taught me things. She would turn it around & chewed the velcro. I then attached a couple of binder clips to the front bottom of it and it prevents it from twisting around her neck. When the new ones came, I changed her collar and the 1st one went in the laundry in a lingerie bag. It washed beautifully! I let it air dry. I'm not sure if I can take the vest off and just count on the collar to keep her from her chest wound, but I am happy with the success so far. She has seen two vets & they both are impressed. I gave a print-out to the vet who travels the United States treating birds; hopefully he can pass the information along.