Bird Carriers & Travel Cages

Bird Carriers & Travel Cages
Always travel with your bird in an appropriate carrier. Your bird will feel safer and and be safer. Something could frighten your bird and he may suddenly leap and fly from his perch. Predators are also a problem for birds that are not safe in a cage. Predators include cats, dogs, and birds of prey such as hawks.

Carriers are necessary for visits to see your avian veterinarian or traveling any place else. Your bird's carrier should be clean, with a clean perch and towel inside, and ready to go in case of an emergency. this will save precious time so you will not have to prepare the carrier when your bird has an emergency.

Your bird should have its own carrier and not be forced to share a carrier with another pet. If all of your pets have to leave at once, how could they if you have only one carrier. In addition, it is necessary to disinfect it between pets.

Tip: Put a perch in your bird's travel carrier. Your bird will be more comfortable perching and will feel more secure when being moved around. The best perches for this are the cholla wood, other rough textured natural woods, and pedicure perches. These are easier for your bird to grip securely.

Airline Outer Carrier & Information

Soft Sided Travel Carrier Large Black
18 x 13 x 9 1/2" Medium and Large Birds
Soft Sided Travel Carrier Small Black
14 1/2 x 10 1/2 x 7" Small and medium birds
Economy Travel Carrier
9 x 7 x 6" Extra Small and Small Birds
Prevue Hendryx Budgie Carrier
9" x 5.25" x 5.5"
Penn Plax Carrier Small
8.5 x 6 x 5.25"
Penn Plax Carrier Large
12 x 8 x 6.75"
Paradise Bird Carrier
10 x 12 x 15
Parrot Travel Cage
14" x 16" x 22"h
Doskocil Cabin Kennel Solid Top
**Airline Approved!!**

17 x 12 x 8"

A & E Collapsible Travel Cage
19 x 18 x 19"h - 5/8" bs