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Cages for Finches - So Many Kinds and Prices to Choose From

Cages for finches are easy to find.
These cages can be found almost anywhere including online as well as pet supply stores.
Often those that have had finch in the past will sell the cage they no longer need at yard sales or on the Internet.
Many times they can be purchased for less than half their original cost this way.
Cages come in a variety of sizes and shapes.
Prices can range anywhere from twenty dollars up into the hundreds of dollars.
It just depends on what you want to spend for your pet finches abode.
Often if you are going to be using the cage to add to your home d├ęcor you will want to spend a bit more.
The size of the cage also depends on how many finches you will be getting.
The cage needs to be big enough so that there is room for the finch to fly and get exercise.
The cage that houses birds that do not have room to fly is not a good thing.
If there are multiple birds in one cage and it is cramped it is time for another cage.
When looking for cages for your finches keep in mind if you will be breeding your finches.
You will want a cage big enough for the nest if you will be attaching it to the inside.
Often new owners do not think of this and when they begin purchasing the nests they realize too late that they should have gotten a bigger cage.
Cages for finches can be bought with a lot of different accessories.
Finches like and need perches in their cages.
There are many different types on the market.
Install a few different types for variety.
It will help if your finches are not holding on to the same shape all of the time.
Adding a dowel and a natural branch will wok nicely.
Finches are not fond of some of the new toys that are on the market.
There are a ton of toys for sale in pet stores that are supposed to be for finches.
There are many new finch owners that have gone out and purchased new toys only to find out the finch wants nothing to do with them.
A simple mirror or something with a little bell will work just fine.
Save the extra money and use it towards food and bedding and then in time you can introduce a new toy.
The finch will get more enjoyment out of this process and they will be happy and more enjoyable to watch.
Shopping for cages for finches can be mind boggling for the first time finch owner.
To keep things easy you really just need to have the basics.
A cage that has enough room for the bird to exercise is important.
The cage does not need a flight deck for taking off and landing.
Many people think the more expensive the cages the better.
This is not always the case.
If you have decided to purchase your birds from a breeder talk to them about what you need in a cage.
One thing that they might advise you on is to not purchase a cage with sandpaper in it.
This is not good for finches and can lead to health problems.
Also, some finch experts will tell you that perches that come with sandpaper on them is not good for your pet finches either.

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