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Tips for toys, cages, and feed, for Quakers / A really nice cage for our Quaker
« Last post by admin on May 23, 2016, 12:49:50 AM »
We have had one of these cages for over 10 years and are very happy with it. The play-top is where our Quaker is 90% of the time. For the money it will last a long time. Ours still looks new every time it's washed. The front door has a huge opening so it's easy to remove the bird. You can move the food and water cups to the top area of the cage when open. Overall for the money it is the best cage in its price range. As good as it still looks, we will have it for years to come. 

The only con we have with it is if you slide it across carpet very fast the bottom square pops out and you have to reach down and put it back in place. If your on a tile floor then no problem.

    Large swing out door (12.25" x 16.5"), Color: Black
    2 Easy access feeder doors (4.25 x 7 ) with door pins
    2 Feeder Cups with Feeder Doors (5 Diameter x 3 Height), 3 Perches, Pull Out Plastic Tray and Metal Grate
    Dimension: 24 Length x 16 Depth x 53 Height, Cage Only: 24 Length x 16 Length x 30 Height, Bar Spacing: 5/8 Casters

We bought ours off Amazon for $119.00 at the time but now they are cheaper 10 years later. lol

Here is the link with all the info: http://amzn.to/1NG7MeH

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 This is a good long lasting toy for a Quaker. It should not be its only toy but will keep them busy for hours at a time. Lots of colors and shapes. Please take the clapper out of the bells which makes it much safer for Quakers.

 A wooden perch is adorned in a waterfall style with colorful plastic, chain, dice, beads, acrylic pacifiers, bells, and frayed soft cotton rope. Enrich any cage environment with rewarding mental and physical activities, durable construction, and multiple play options means lasting fun. Measures approximately 16 inches high by 8 inches wide, comes complete with a quick link for easy cage placement.

For more info on this toy, check out Amazon:  http://amzn.to/1NG5cFE

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Quaker Videos / Tycho, the quaker parrot...gets a scritch and snuggle!
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Quaker Videos / London the Blue Quaker Parrot showing off some tricks!
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Quaker Videos / Quaker Parrots of Edgewater, NJ
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Quaker Videos / Wild Quaker Parrots "Rumble" in Brooklyn
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Quaker Videos / Jose The Best Talking Quaker Parrot in the World
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Quaker Videos / Feeding baby Quakers with a syringe
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My Quaker Pics / Our pet Quaker
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Here is our pet Quaker.
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THE RULES! - Yep, we have them! / PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE POSTING!
« Last post by admin on May 20, 2016, 07:46:39 PM »
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