Bird Cages & Feeders

Give your feathered friends room to spread their wings with high-quality bird cages and habitats. You can choose from all sorts of habitats for your pet from adorable desktop enclosures to walk-in dome-top setups. Find the best habitat for your pet that also suits your style and space in-store at Petwise.

Stainless steel bird cages are highly durable and make safe, secure homes for your feathered friends. Of all materials, stainless steel is one of the most resistant to stains, rust and corrosion. Stainless steel bird cages make sturdy, long-lasting homes for your birds. They are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles, affording you the flexibility to choose the right one for your pet. The strength built into stainless steel bird cages is ideal for pet parents with strong or large birds like macaws and other large parrots. Always check the brand guidelines to find the right habitat for your pet.

You can provide your feathered friends with room to fly with spacious bird flight cages. These habitats are specially designed for pets that are happiest when they can flock or flap around. Bird flight cages feature dimensions ideal for birds like finches and parakeets that love to spend their time flying. Some bird flight cages create a greater horizontal space (for birds that prefer flying side to side) while others have more vertical space (for birds that prefer flying up and down).

Desktop bird cages are specially made habitats for smaller pets. These designs are spacious enough to comfortably house your feathered friend yet compact for desktop placement. These kinds of bird cages come in all shapes and styles from fancy and traditional to modern and are enhanced with play tops and other embellishments. Desktop setups are ideal for pet parent who wants to stay close to their feathered friends but needs a space-efficient design.

Visit us in-store at Petwise and view a selection of our bird cages and feeders in stock.

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