Need a feeder to suit your fine-feathered friend? Browse through this range and choose one that suits your bird. Small or big, wide or narrow, keep your pet bird happy with a bowl full of seeds and fresh water.
Picky about Food?
Birds in the wild are happy to pick fruit off trees and find burrowing insects in the sand or in tree-barks. These smart cookies have to find and hunt for their food. At home as pets, these instincts are often nullified because they are served food at mealtimes without having to use their smarts to get at their food. However, by choosing from the variety of pet feeders that are available in the market, you can make mealtimes for your pet as exciting as it is in the wild. These feeders have been constructed in a range of durable and easy to maintain materials including plastic and metal. You should always have fresh water available for your pet bird.
Shopping Online for Birds Just got Easier!
Tail Lovers Company is well-stocked when it comes to bird related accessories. With both online and in-store options to choose from, we offer convenience in addition to variety. Our pet store in Bangalore or our pet shop in Delhi are both great to stock up on your bird’s needs. If you are in that part of the country, our bird store in Pune is just as convenient to visit. Our stores are all pet friendly and whether your companions are feathered or furry, we would love to meet them! Do remember to bring your pet bird in a bird-safe carrier so that any possible mishaps can be avoided. Our online bird store allows you to choose the ‘repeat order’ option so you can have bird food delivered to you every month like clockwork and you will never run out. For convenience, we have multiple payment options available including online and Cash on Delivery. To make sure you also have the option of a quick buy, we have our WhatsApp ordering facility. The number is available on the Home Page of the website and on confirmation of payment, we will deliver your order to your home.
Can't decide if you want to buy something and want more details? If you are you looking for more details on a particular product, all you have to do is call in and ask our in-house team all your questions before you place the order. You can use the same number to get an update on your current order. If you are looking for something special that we do not stock as yet. Just let us know what it is and we will do our best to source it for you.
Got a Question? Raise a Wing!
How many times a day should I feed my pet birds?
Your bird feeding schedule should imitate your bird’s natural eating habits in the wild. Generally, birds fly off at the break of day in search of food. Then they spend a large part of daylight preening, napping and playing. Their next meal is before the sun sets and they go off to bed. This schedule will probably vary based on your bird’s species. This is why you should consult a vet on the best diet and meal times for your bird and follow the same.
What are the risks of over feeding my bird?
Obesity in pet birds is a more common issue than you would think. While in the wild, birds may have to fly for miles before they get to eat and they are always active – hopping from one branch to another, playing, building their nests and hunting for food. But, at home their meals come to them like clockwork, without any effort on their part. The lack of exercise combined with no shortage of food means that your pet bird will automatically put on weight. This is why their diet needs to be controlled and you should put in the time to give them as much exercise as you can.
Obesity in birds can lead to several serious problems including reproductive issues, fatty tumours on the abdomen and difficulty in breathing and so on. If you think that your bird is overweight, you should consult a vet immediately and chart out a healthy diet plan.
How often should I clean out my bird’s feeder?
Your bird’s feeder should be cleaned out regularly. This means it should be cleared out at least once a day. If left unattended for days on end, old leftover food might spoil and put your bird off his or her food. If your bird accidentally eats rotten food, this will probably cause them to be ill.
My new bird is not eating from his new bowl, why?
Some young birds are new to the concept of a bowl or feeder. They may have been used to eating off the floor of the cage. This is why they may not be eating. In such cases you could try putting the food in a shallower bowl and placing this on the floor of the cage until the bird grasps the concept.