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Saf-T Shield Bird E-Collar, Recovery Collar for Birds

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  • DETAILS

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    Let's face it. If you're a bird owner, your pet is going to have an open wound at some point. It might be from a fight with another bird or it might be from a toe that got caught in the cage. Our plastic bird collar is ideal for open wounds and post-surgery recovery because of its stiff Lexan flanges out to protect your bird. Its ultra-light weight, and clear design lets you can monitor your birds progress.

    ✅ Stiff Lexan that flanges out from the body to not aggravate wounds
    ✅ Ultra-lightweight
    ✅ Clear - easy monitoring
    ✅ Adjustable snap closure

    These bird collars are tough and protective. They are difficult for your bird to chew up or take off. They protect the skin while allowing the wound to heal. This style of bird collar can also help with feather plucking, but it's important to work with a vet or a bird behaviorist to uncover the underlying causes of this behavior.

    PLEASE NOTE: We suggest sizes, but please be aware that individual birds may vary considerably in size and you will need to adjust accordingly. Please measure your parrot's neck for complete accuracy. 

    Open packaging is NOT accepted for return.

  • product specs

    Item # Neck Dia. Collar Wt.
    404X 1.25 x 2" 4" 4 g
    406XS 2 - 2.75" 6"  9 g
    406X 2.75 - 3.5" 6" 9 g
    408XS 3.25 - 3.5" 8" 23 g
    408X 3.5 - 4" 8" 23 g
    410XS 3.5 - 4" 10" 47 g
    410X 4.75 - 5.5" 10" 46 g
    412XS
    4.75 - 5.5"
    12" 65 g
    412X 6.25 - 7.5" 12" 64 g

     

    Feather plucking is a common problem in pet birds. We recommend that you contact your Avian Vet for a full examination to determine if there is a medical cause of your bird's feather plucking behavior.

    When your parrot is plucking, you need to act fast. One single solution rarely works. A combination of techniques is needed. But the most important thing is to act quickly before the problem becomes a habit.

    Please be advised: Birds that habitually pluck or mutilate themselves and those that have had this habit for a long time need more training and time to adapt to a bird collar. While most people experience success with our bird collars we do not guarantee that a bird will adapt to a bird collar, that they'll like it, or that they can't remove the collar. 

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