Lovebird Cages

lovebird cagesYour Lovebird cages should have enough space for your Lovebirds to fly freely. A cage two feet by two feet is big enough for a single Lovebird, but you can buy a bigger one that is even better. Make sure that the Lovebird cages you are buying are those who have bars that are close together. These cuties can be sometimes like Houdini who can squeeze themselves out of the cage, and viola, they fly away, rejoicing the taste of freedom. Also make sure that the door latches are well secured, picking locks is another one of their specialty.

As you already now, Lovebirds like to fly round and round, they also love to climb back and forth in their cages. It would be nice to provide your cages with nice comfortable perches.

Good perches are essential element in a lovebird’s cage as they spend a lot of time standing on their feet. You may want to avoid selecting unvarying diameter of perches in your Lovebird cages for they may cause injuries, the foot gets held up in the same position, and they get almost no exercise and always have pressure points in the same location. You should have a minimum of two perches in your cages with varying diameter. Swinging perches might be a nice option, for your Lovebirds will enjoy them. Swings, ladders and interlocked bamboos are a favorite.

Cleaning your cages can at first is like a tiresome responsibility. Having so many bars, cracks, and gaps to scrub, it can be difficult for new Lovebird owners to figure out where to start. This crevices and cracks provide an ideal place for germs to swarm and as a Lovebird owner you don’t want germs thriving in your Lovebird cages.

Setting and sticking on to a cleaning schedule for your cages is important to keeping your job as easy as possible. Breaking down the process into simple tasks every day, week, and month not only saves your time and energy, but ensures that your bird always has a clean and comfortable cage to live in. Cleaning must be done to minimize your Lovebird’s risk of infection.

Needless to say, dirty Lovebird cages can lead to a host of serious health problems in your Lovebirds. You have to wash the liners, clean the food and water dishes, wipe down surfaces, including bars, perches and toys, change the perches and rotate the toys, when washing the cage parts make sure it is thoroughly dried. Wet surface on your cages can wet your Lovebirds and they are easily chilled. Maintaining a clean environment for your pet takes only a few minutes a day, but can possibly add years to your Lovebird’s life. Do your part to make sure that your beloved pets stay happy and comfortable by keeping their cages fresh, tidy, and in shipshape.

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