Monthly Archives: June 2013

Jewel the Greenwing Macaw Loves her new FunTime Birdy Bird Stand

Check out Jewel the Greenwing Macaw on her new FunTime Birdy Senior Bird Stand.

Here is what Jewel’s Mom DeAnn had to say:

Jewel is loving her funtimebirdy playstand!
I like it so much that I’ve already ordered another one to leave at our lake cabin.
I can’t say enough good things about the amazing customer service that I recieved.   Ann truly cares that you and your bird are happy with the products ordered.

Thanks so much, you have a customer for life!

DeAnn, Jewel and Scout

Jewel on her new Senior Playgym 1 x 500 Jewel on her new Senior Playgym 2 x 500

Dory the Green Cheek Conure Loves her FunTime Birdy Sophomore Playgym

What a great picture of “Dory” enjoying her new FunTime Birdy Sophomore Playgym.   Thanks to Dory’s Mom Stacy B. for sending in the picture

Ann – FunTime Birdy

Dory on her new Sophomore Playgym

Cora the Palm Cockatoo Loves her New FunTime Birdy Senior Playgym

Meet Cora the Palm Cockatoo who just received her new FunTime Birdy Senior Play Gym.

Here is what Cora and her Mom Carmela had to say:

Cora loves her new play gym!!!!!
I bought the play gym for my Palm Cockatoo Cora and she loves it (it even matches her colors …..Attached is a picture of her on her new play gym.

Carmela and Cora (Palm Cockatoo) – California

Cora on her Senior Playgym

Summer Sale at FunTime Birdy on Bird Toys, Parrot Playgyms and More

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Our Summer Sale has begun…’s going to be a hot one!!! Big Savings on Bird Toys, Parrot Playgyms, Bird Perches and More!!!!

Happy Shopping

Ann – FunTime Birdy

Nap Time for Two Indian Ringnecks

2 Ring Necks

Must of been a rough day for these two Indian Ringnecks….They had to get up, play with their bird toys, eat some bird food and do that all over again a couple of  more times… it’s nap time…..LOL

Ann Zych – FunTime Birdy

Should You Feed Your Parrot Table Scraps?

Parrot EatingSharing food with your parrot can enhance the bonding process. Just like most parrots enjoy playing with bird toys—they also love to eat. Food is a wonderful way to gain your parrot’s trust and loyalty. However, you will want to consider what foods are appropriate for parrots and what is not. In general, parrots can eat almost anything people do, with some limitations.
If your parrot enjoys sharing dinner with you while on his bird stand or parrot playgym, keep the choices simple and healthy!! Most pastas, bread and cereals are safe for birds. Fresh or cooked fruits and veggies are also excellent choices –just avoid feeding your bird too many onions as this can cause anemia or digestive upsets.

Foods to Avoid

Chocolate is a definite no-no for pet birds. Even though your parrot may be staring at you with round, wishful eyes as you devour a piece of chocolate cake or fudge brownies—resist the temptation to share this delicacy with your bird. Chocolate can be extremely toxic causing illness and even death in most pets. Salt is another food that should be given in moderation. Too much salt can be hard on the kidneys. Avoid feeding your parrot highly processed or boxed foods, which tend to be higher in sodium. Frozen dinners and some canned soups are common culprits. You should also avoid feeding your bird food that has caffeine, as this can damage their heart. Instead of letting your parrot sip your soda or coffee, share a fruit smoothie or vegetable juice with him.

Peek A Boo Birdie

What a great picture of this blue crowned conure playing Peek a Boo Birdie.

Ann Zych – FunTime Birdy

Blue Crowned conure in wild Peek a boo