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ROUDYBUSH INGREDIENT CHANGE!

ROUDYBUSH, INC HAS BEGUN USING ALFALFA IN MANY OF ITS DIETS.  ALFALFA IS A RICH SOURCE OF NATURALLY OCCURING VITAMIN K.  THIS MAY CHANGE THE APPEARANCE OF THE DIET SLIGHTY, BUT THERE IS NO REASON FOR CONCERN.  ROUDYBUSH CONTINUES TO DELIVER THE QUALITY PRODUCTS YOU HAVE COME TO KNOW AND LOVE! Read More...
Walking the balance beam - OK so it's a deck rail!

USAGE OF THE AVIATOR HARNESS AND LEASH

  Introducing the AVIATOR HARNESS AND LEASH to your pet(s)   The AVIATOR will improve your companion’s life experience for years to come. Take time to read, understand and follow instructions to ensure a positive experience. After reading instructions, view the DVD version. Take your time; your efforts will be rewarded for a lifetime. Do not show your companion the AVIATOR until you completely read and understand the introduction phase and installation process. Proper introduction of the harness to your bird is Read More...

WHAT SIZE IS YOUR BIRD?

This chart should only be considered a guideline for sizing up your bird(s).  Everyone has their own thoughts of what category a bird might fall into.   Therefore, nothing is written in stone.  Not unlike the endless color variations of a birds plumage, two birds of the same breed can vary in size as well.  AND it’s IMPOSSIBLE to list them all! Listed below might help you when selecting toys, cages and other bird products. X-Small Parakeets Lovebirds Bourkes Parrotlets Lorikeets Canary Wing Parakeet Maroon Bellied Conures Green Cheek Conures Black Capped Conures Grey Cheek Parakeets Pineapple Conures Princess of Wales Small Lories Small: Sun Read More...

ALL NATURAL TOYS

PLANET PLEASURES – MAKER OF ALL NATURAL BIRD TOYS “READ ALL ABOUT IT”     Read More...

DO BIRDS NEED TOYS?

Bird Toys ‘n’ Things strives to offer safe bird toys! Toys can keep a birds mind sharp, and also keep them active. Toys exercise their beaks and their feet! New toys can cause some birds to become overly cautious, at the same time, curious.  If that happens, you can try taking the item out of the cage and placing it close by, your bird can get used to it slowly and at a safe distance.  You can also play with it and he/she might say, “what’s good enough for mom/pop is good Read More...