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Bird Feeders & Waterers

To maintain proper health, birds require a sufficient intake of food and water. Whether you have a pet bird or wild bird as your pet and enjoy it with them in the garden or inside your home, the best bird feeders and waterers will not only keep them hydrated enough but will also make their feeding time more enjoyable.

Kwik Pets offers a wide range of bird feeders, bird water feeders, and glass bird feeders that your pets will find attractive and make them sing out of happiness. These feeders are designed in such a way that it stores bird food in an ample amount which is available all the time for birds as you don’t have to fill seeds frequently in it as it stores by keeping the food fresh enough for consumption. You can also shop for a stainless steel coop cup that you can keep in the bird’s cage as it will keep the cage clean because it is spill-proof and your birds will enjoy having their meal from it.

If you have chicken as your pet, Kwik Pets also serve an automatic chicken feeder that is spill-proof and is designed in such a way that it automatically refills from the reservoir. The best part of it is that you can store seeds, food, and water as well in it for your lovely pets.

Frequently Asked Questions

There are varieties of bird feeders that come in different sizes and shapes. Most of them are created to clip onto the wireframe of a bird feeder cage. In order to take proper benefit of any bird feeder, use it as per instructed on the product guidelines to get a complete idea of how the feeder works. Kwik Pets serve a wide range of bird feeders and waterers available in different sizes, shapes, colors, and materials, and are made of different brands as per your pet’s requirements.
Most birds desire to eat early in the morning so that is the peak time when they mostly look for food. Thus, if you are owing birds, make sure that the bird feeder should be full at dawn so the birds will encounter the required thing which they are searching for.
Bird droppings and other impurities may also be the cause that spreads infectious bird infections leading to serious diseases in them. It is recommended to clean your birds’ feeders about once every two weeks. If possible try to do that more frequently during times of heavy use or wet weather or if there has been information of salmonella in your location or you notice sick birds in your yard.