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Conures are one of the most active and playful parrots in the world. They love to explore their environment, climb on their perches, swing on their toys, and fly around their space. Therefore, choosing the right cage for your conure is very important for its health and happiness.

Here are some tips on what type of cage you should buy for your conure:

  • Size: Your conure needs a spacious cage that allows it to stretch its wings and move around freely. The cage should be at least 60 cm (24 inches) wide, 60 cm (24 inches) deep, and 90 cm (36 inches) high. The cage should be big enough for your conure to fly from one perch to another without hitting the bars or the toys. The cage should also be big enough for you to fit your hand inside comfortably without hurting yourself or your parrot.
  • Shape: Your conure needs a cage that has a rectangular or square shape rather than a round or dome shape. A rectangular or square cage provides more usable space and corners for your conure to perch and play. A round or dome cage reduces the space and corners for your conure and can cause stress or confusion for your parrot.
  • Material: Your conure needs a cage that is made of durable and safe material that can withstand its chewing and biting. The cage should be made of metal rather than wood or plastic. Metal cages are stronger and easier to clean than wood or plastic cages. Metal cages are also less likely to splinter or break into pieces that could injure your parrot. The metal cage should have a non-toxic coating or paint that prevents rusting or corrosion. The metal cage should also have smooth edges and joints that prevent snagging or cutting your parrot’s feathers or skin.
  • Bars: Your conure needs a cage that has horizontal bars rather than vertical bars. Horizontal bars provide more climbing opportunities and stimulation for your conure than vertical bars. Horizontal bars also make it easier for you to hang toys and accessories on the cage than vertical bars. The bars should be no more than 1 cm (0.4 inches) apart to prevent escape or injury. The bars should also be strong enough to resist bending or breaking by your parrot’s beak.
  • Door: Your conure needs a cage that has a large door that allows easy access in and out of the cage. The door should be big enough for you to fit your hand inside comfortably without hurting yourself or your parrot. The door should also be big enough for you to fit a perch a toy or a food dish inside without difficulty. The door should have a secure lock or latch that prevents accidental opening or closing by your parrot.
  • Bottom: Your conure needs a cage that has a removable bottom tray or grate that allows easy cleaning and maintenance of the cage. The bottom tray or grate should catch the droppings and debris that fall from the cage and prevent them from accumulating or contaminating the cage floor. The bottom tray or grate should be easy to slide out or lift up without disturbing your parrot.

Choosing the right cage for your conure is very important for its health and happiness. By following these tips, you can buy the best type of cage for your conure.

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