Pet Cages for Chickens
With the consistent rise in backyard urban chicken keepers, many pet chicken owners are now keeping their chickens indoors at night, on days with bad weather. Anyone who has backyard chickens will most likely have to bring a chicken indoors at some point, when hatching and raising baby chicks, or if a chicken appears sick. Chickens can be quite messy and if you do not have a garage, barn or storage area to keep them in, you may want to consider a pet cage or small coop that can be kept indoors for times when it is needed. Note: It is not good for a chicken to be kept indoors all of the time. Chickens need to go outdoors, get sunshine, take dirt baths, and forage to maintain good health. It is not good for your health to keep your pet chickens indoors all of the time, as like other birds, chickens have dander which can cause some breathing problems in people who are exposed to it in an enclosed area.
Important Tips About Pet Cages
Don't take your pets with you to the store or any other place where you must leave them in a vehicle. Temperatures inside a vehicle can reach over 200 degrees in a matter of minutes..killing your pet. If you cannot take your pet inside with you don't take your pet. Some people worry about their pets while they are at the store whether your pet is a cat, dog, rabbit, hamster,gerbil, or pet chicken, a sturdy pet cage is handy to have.
Keep your pet at home and safe while you are away for a few hours by keeping them in a pet cage. You can make your pet comfortable, safe, and happy by providing a pet cage with food and water for them and a comfortable area to rest or play until your return.
Warning: Do not leave your pet in pet cages all the time. keep pet cages clean and free of feces and check on them often to make sure they have feed, water, and have not got in any mischief.
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