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Wordless Wednesday #26: Green Cheek Conure

WW#26 Mikaela and dad Michael

It’s been a while since our last Wordless Wednesday, so here are some happy new pet owners to brighten your day: Mikaela and her dad Michael are ready to take their Green Cheek Conure home.


We’ve Got Baby Birds

Some brand new baby birds flew into the store yesterday and are ready to go home with you. Come in and see our:

  • Umbrella Cockatoo
  • Sun Conure
  • Quaker Parakeet (aka Monk Parrot)
  • Black-headed Caique

Our baby birds tend to fly out of the store to new homes almost as soon as they get here, so come visit soon.

Quaker Parrots

New Baby Birds at The Animal Store

Friday, a whole flock of baby birds flew into The Animal Store and are ready to find their forever families. Come in this weekend and meet them.


No More Angry Birds (except one)

So, I was watching Kenn play Angry Birds on his phone and I have to say, I don’t get it. Those are some seriously angry birds. Frankly, I prefer my birds on the friendly side.

Luckily, our Animal Store birds are are not even a little bit angry. In fact, they are charming and delightful, thanks to our staff and volunteer Jr. Critter Crew, who spend time socializing the birds to be very friendly pets. And it’s a good thing, too, because many pet birds (especially parrots) can live for a long time. Here are some of the birds we have in stock right now:

parrots macaws
cockatoos conures
cockatiels finches
parakeets lovebirds
canaries greys

Kenn wanted me to let you know that  we have big sale going on: cockatiels are just $99 with the purchase of a cage. And we have a beautiful Blue and Gold Macaw that’s ready to go home right now for just $1,900 (if you hurry, when you buy the bird, you can even get a $1000 cage for just 400 bucks).

Someone told me we actually do have a couple Angry Birds in the dog toy aisle. They’re the Angry Bird plush dog toys that are personally endorsed by Kenn’s dog, Hazel. Apparently, dogs like Angry Birds. We fish, on the other hand, do not.

Go Friendly Bird. You won’t regret it.