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Old 08-14-2012, 04:46 PM
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good cage for a B&G

trying too look for a cage I will probably have to get by mid september. Bigger is better I know, also i work in construction so on some days i work 12 hour shifts (mostly 10 though). But im 100% sure whenever im home he will be out and when i leave the house besides work he will come with me. the store I go to gets their cages from king cages and i was looking on their website. My friend that runs the store said he's able to get any cage on that website and they are also having a big sale in a month or so on cages (15-20% off). Anyway here are the ones that i was looking at so tell whats the best!
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1) King's Cages - Avian and Pet Bird Cages, Supplies, Food, Toys, Perches, Aviaries, Pluck No More
2) King's Cages - Avian and Pet Bird Cages, Supplies, Food, Toys, Perches, Aviaries, Pluck No More
3) King's Cages - Avian and Pet Bird Cages, Supplies, Food, Toys, Perches, Aviaries, Pluck No More
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:51 PM
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Re: good cage for a B&G

Welcome to the forum

What type of Macaw are you getting?

I would say the 2nd Cage is the best one!
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Re: good cage for a B&G

yeah thats what i was thinking too haha. plus with the sale going on at some point it would bee 200 bucks cheaper. im getting a blue and gold. Tango is his name =) just a little less than 3 months. have a couple months before i can take him home cause the store hand feeds them for a while.
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Re: good cage for a B&G

You will have to show us some pics of him if you have any Tango is a nice Name.

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Old 08-21-2012, 02:10 PM
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Re: good cage for a B&G

#2. 4 foot Wide, 3 foot Deep, 6 ft 6" High
Inside Height 5 ft 6" Bird cage weight 250 lbs

How are you going to get it out side to clean it?
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Re: good cage for a B&G

lol going to have to take some pieces off if i want to take it outside to clean it. Has to come into the house in pieces to fit in the door haha
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Re: good cage for a B&G

Go with the #506 if you can. I've got my B & G in there, and he loves it. The cage is an awesome size, and yes, H-E-A-V-Y, but built like a tank. Piece of cake to clean, too.
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Re: good cage for a B&G

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Go with the #506 if you can. I've got my B & G in there, and he loves it. The cage is an awesome size, and yes, H-E-A-V-Y, but built like a tank. Piece of cake to clean, too.

I love the #506 , I have two of them ! I also love the #509 but I dont think they make them anymore...

You will not regret getting the #506 !!
Kings are great cages IMO.
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Re: good cage for a B&G

I have owned a Kings Cage European style (406) for 11 years. It has been a good cage, but if I were to do it over, I would get a different one. I would get the deepest available because mine has a perch that runs the width of the cage and the tail is always bumping into something. Keep in mind all the toys you will be adding to keep your buddy occupied while you are working. Another thing I don't care about is having the cage taller than I am and I am 5'10. If my choice was limited to a Kings, I would get the 506 as well. I chose white so that I can easily see the areas that need extra attention.

Kings Cages are good quality cages and I just received one of their playgyms as well, PP503. I like it, but don't care for the hoop because Merlin would rather sit on top of it.

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Re: good cage for a B&G

Quote: Originally Posted by SuperandZhana View Post
#2. 4 foot Wide, 3 foot Deep, 6 ft 6" High
Inside Height 5 ft 6" Bird cage weight 250 lbs

How are you going to get it out side to clean it?
I have a large cage for my GW macaw, thankfully we have french doors in the family room that goes right out to the patio, just roll it outside!
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