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Are you looking for your next pet bird? Do you require bird feeders, a bird house, a bird cage or baths and water toys for your pet bird? Why look further? Here at Petware House we have everything you will need and carry a wide variety of healthy birds for your home and family. Don’t hesitate to visit our showroom and we will be pleased to help you find the right pet bird for you.

Birds are a warm-blooded vertebrate (which means having a backbone), animals whose bodies are covered with features and who’s forelimbs are modified into wings. Most can fly. Birds are in the class Aves which contain well over nine-thousand species divided among thirty-one living orders. One order, the Passeriformes or perching birds, accounts for more than one-half of all living species of birds.

Many scientists believe that birds evolved from saurischian dinosaurs some one hundred forty five million years ago. They point out that the first truly bird like animal, they point out, was Archaeopteryx lithographic, which lasted for sixty-four million years, from about two-hundred eight to one hundred forty-four million years ago. Fossils from this animal were found in Germany in the nineteenth century. This three foot long animal is considered to be an voluntary link between the birds and the dinosaurs. It had teeth and other dinosaurian characteristics, but it also had a feathered body and could fly.

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Love birds? We do too. We have a great assortment of birds in our store such as, Cockatiel, Love Birds, Parakeets, Spice Finch, Society Finch, Yellow Canaries and much more. Petware House in Fort Wayne also carries bird cages and accessories, and an assortment of foods and medication for your birds. Walk into our store for best advice, tips and to find your next pet bird, we will be pleased to be of assistance.

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Small in size, slender body and long pointed tail which is more characteristic of the smaller parrot, is how we describe the Cockatiel. It’s hard to miss the Cockatiel – it’s mostly grey, paler below, with a wing patch, orange cheeks and a distinctive pointed crest. The male can be easily identified by its bright yellow forehead, face and crest. Young Cockatiels resemble the adult female, although young males usually have a brighter yellow face. The Cockatiel is not found naturally in any other country, but is a popular cage bird, second only to the Budgerigar, Melopsittacus undulates.

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One of the most popular pet birds is the friendly and energetic parakeet, not a big surprise. Along with bright colored feathers and easy care, this little bird has a spunky personality. One important thing to keep in mind about the parakeet is their two names. In the United States, they are almost always called parakeets, but in most other regions of the world, they are known as budgerigars – budgies for short. Budgerigar comes from an aboriginal Australian word that means “good to eat”.

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Small in size, slender body and long pointed tail which is more characteristic of the smaller parrot, is how we describe the Cockatiel. It’s hard to miss the Cockatiel – it’s mostly grey, paler below, with a wing patch, orange cheeks and a distinctive pointed crest. The male can be easily identified by its bright yellow forehead, face and crest. Young Cockatiels resemble the adult female, although young males usually have a brighter yellow face. The Cockatiel is not found naturally in any other country, but is a popular cage bird, second only to the Budgerigar, Melopsittacus undulates.

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Small in size, slender body and long pointed tail which is more characteristic of the smaller parrot, is how we describe the Cockatiel. It’s hard to miss the Cockatiel – it’s mostly grey, paler below, with a wing patch, orange cheeks and a distinctive pointed crest. The male can be easily identified by its bright yellow forehead, face and crest. Young Cockatiels resemble the adult female, although young males usually have a brighter yellow face. The Cockatiel is not found naturally in any other country, but is a popular cage bird, second only to the Budgerigar, Melopsittacus undulates.

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Love birds? We do too. We have a great assortment of birds in our store such as, Cockatiel, Love Birds, Parakeets, Spice Finch, Society Finch, Yellow Canaries and much more. Petware House in Fort Wayne also carries bird cages and accessories, and an assortment of foods and medication for your birds. Walk into our store for best advice, tips and to find your next pet bird, we will be pleased to be of assistance.

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Love birds? We do too. We have a great assortment of birds in our store such as, Cockatiel, Love Birds, Parakeets, Spice Finch, Society Finch, Yellow Canaries and much more. Petware House in Fort Wayne also carries bird cages and accessories, and an assortment of foods and medication for your birds. Walk into our store for best advice, tips and to find your next pet bird, we will be pleased to be of assistance.

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Most pet birds are highly intelligent, active animals whose psychological needs have to be identified and addresses. Be sure to locate your cage near family activity in the home. For some of the bird species, opportunities may be provided for exercise and socialization in the form of supervised freedom from the cage or flying in and around the home. If the bird is permitted to fly, be aware of ceiling fans, large windows, hot pans on the stove, sticky fly strips, and open doors.

Toys

Always keep your pet bird in mind when choosing toys as they must be selected with safety of your pet in mind. Chewable items such as branches, pinecones, rawhide chews, natural fiber rope and soft wine pine are ok.

Always keep your pet bird in mind when choosing toys as they must be selected with safety of your pet in mind. Chewable items such as branches, pinecones, rawhide chews, natural fiber rope and soft wine pine are ok. Toys act as a useful diversion and tend to encourage physical activity and exercise.

Other enrichments include training, foraging, and human interactions.

Housing

For birds that will be confined for long periods of time, it’s suggest to use a bird change that is as large as you can accommodate. The cage must also be strong enough to resist bending or dismantling by the birds, made of nontoxic material, and designed for s safety and ease of cleaning. In many cases, the case should be wider than its tall to accommodate stretched wings; however, ample height should be provided as well for long-tailed birds.

Perches

When choosing the right Perch, be sure to pick one that is clean, pesticide-free natural wood branches. Perches provide a convenient place for your bird to stand and for some of birds a spot of entertainment to be shred and destroyed. Perches should be replaced frequently when they become worn, soiled or damaged. Place perches on opposite sides of your cage for species that fly or hop. Additional perches can be added for more agile climbers, like parrots. Perches should be placed so that droppings do not fall into water dishes , and the tail does not rub the side of the cage or fall into the food or water dishes.

Food / Water Bowls

Wide bowls rather than deep cups are a much more viable option for your pet bird, as they display food attractively and encourage your bird to eat. Healthy birds can easily approach the food and water bowls; therefore it is not necessary in most cases to place bowls directly beside the perch. Birds, out of borden, will often overeat or chew on food out of boredom. Placing the food at the opposite end of the cage will ensure the birds some exercise between eating and drinking. Keep two sets of wide bowls ready so you always have food and water ready for your bird while you clean the other set.

Hygiene

Be sure to clean your cage floor and bowls regularly to prevent problems with food spoilage. Inspect the cage floor once a day and provide a change of water and fresh food. Any blood on the floor or unusual condition of droppings can alert the owner to potential signs of illness. A weekly thorough cleaning of the cage is suggested.

Cage Liners

Newspapers, paper towels or other plain cage liner paper may be preferred over wood chips, chopped corn cobs, kitty litter, or sand as cage substrate under the grating, so that the appearance and number of the droppings can be monitored on a daily basis. Birds should not be allowed direct contact with the substrate as it tends to grow bacteria and fungus.

Nutrition

Proper nutrition is without question one of the most important aspects in the overall health of every species. The simplest way is to use commercial formulated diets epically made for pet birds. Homemade diets, while time consuming to prepare, should be developed with the aid of a professional nutritionist. A recent study has demonstrated dietary needs for important vitamins, minerals without exceeding calorie requirements can be met with a diet of about seventy –five percent pellets and twenty-five percent carefully selected healthy low fat table foods. With few special expectations, seeds and nuts should not be a part of a pet birds pet, but reserved as treats only.

Security

We can tell you that many birds benefit from the availability of a retreat inside the cage for a sense of privacy. However, for some birds, these recesses can be perceived as nesting cavities. If this seems to be occurring, some visual security can be added by surrounding the cage area with furniture, plants or other visual barriers.


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All animals regardless of type, need and deserve our respect and will rely on our care. In the same fashion, the respect and care for your family, friends and your parents we need to do the same for our pets. Treating your pet with gentleness and kindness is the perfect way to show you that you care for it.


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Petware House is conveniently located on Coldwater Rd in the Coldwater Place Plaza strip, which is just moments North of the I-69, 312B exit. When heading north, you will find us on left hand side of E. Cook Rd. We have lots of parking for the general public and sufficient parking for seniors, handicap and expectant mom’s. Additional accessibility is available for handicap and for the delivery of large items into and out of our store location.

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