Birds for sale in Wichita
Petland West Wichita has friendly hand-raised birds for sale in Wichita. Our birds make great pets for first-time bird owners, especially children. Our birds are hand-raised, friendly, and have their own unique personalities! We have parakeets, conures and cockatiels all ready for you to come pick your perfect new feathered friend!
These birds are very social and intelligent, and respond best when they have a finger or shoulder to hang out on. Many of these small birds can even engage in conversations! Our pet counselors will help you choose the bird that best fits your needs.
This is the largest bird we carry, but is still good for the new bird owner. These birds bond with their owners and can hang out with you in any part of the house, even the shower! This bird is patient and not known to be temperamental, as long as you are willing to spend time hanging out.
There’s a reason why conures are popular pet companions; these spunky and often comical parrots come in a range of eye-catching colors and have equally colorful personalities.
Also known as a “Budgie”, the parakeet is the chatty one and considered the best option for families with children, though all of our birds are meant for new bird owners.
Petland of West Wichita, KS offers valuable information on caring for your Bird and choosing a pet that is right for you and kit. We have a wide selection of products for Macaws, Cockatoos, Parakeets, Cockatiels, Parrots, Conures and more. We offer all the products you will need to meet your pet’s four basic needs.
- Behavioral Needs
Ladders – In nature, birds stand on a variety of surfaces. Ladders provide for foot exercise and climbing.
Swings – Provide exercise and alternate perch sites.
Toys – Birds are naturally intelligent and inquisitive animals. Toys are necessary to provide mental stimulation. We recommend 3 to 6 per bird to rotate and prevent boredom. Natural fiber toys are great for single birds, mirrors are not.
Treat Sticks – Birds forage for their food naturally. Treat sticks provide an alternate food location, where the pet must work to remove food…this is a natural behavior.
Extra Seed Cups – Provides an alternate food location, and encourages foraging.
Seed Guard – Keeps seed inside the cage, prevents mess.
Hooded Seed Cup – Reduces seed throwing and mess.
Cage Litter – Allows for spot cleaning of soiled areas and the ease of daily cleaning promotes a cleaner environment.
Bird Bath – Birds are naturally clean animals and will bathe daily if they have a bird bath.
Plumage Conditioner – Reduces dander, shines feathers and stimulates preening.
Bird Protector – Preventing mites and lice is much easier than treating an infestation. They can enter the home from outside through an open window, or from clothing or other pets.
Perch Scraper – Wet wood can harbor bacteria. Perch scrapers clean wooden perches.
Book – Includes training information, breed information and instructions for ongoing care.
Cage Cleaners – Safely and effectively cleaning the cage is essential to the long term health and well being of your pet bird.
Cage – The cage must be large enough to exercise their wings without hitting the sides. Correct bar spacing and strength is also important. Correct placement in the home is essential to providing a safe environment for the bird.
Playpen – Birds are social animals and need to spend time with the “flock.” A playpen provides a safe and convenient way for your pet to join the family throughout the home. It will also allow for mental stimulation.
Cage Stand – Keeps bird out of cool drafts, away from other pets.
Cage Cover – Allows proper rest and is quieting and calming to the bird.
Additional Perches – A variety of surfaces to exercise feet is important.
Staple Diet – Be sure to provide the proper food for your small animal’s age and eating habits. Provides basic nutrition.
Assorted Treats – Provides nutritional variety and, when added to a separate seed cup, will meet the need to forage.
High Protein Pellet – Non-seed nutritional variety.
Spray Millet – A natural food item and a must for young, weaning, and stressed birds. It is easy for weaning birds to eat.
Grit/Gravel – Ingested by birds to help grind food in their gizzard.
Stress Aid – Very important during environmental changes to maintain health (Ornabac). Will help replace naturally occurring intestinal bacteria.
Cuttlebone/Mineral Block – Calcium and iodine source, important to skeletal growth, maintenance and keeping beaks trim.
Vitamins – Just like with children, it is important to provide vitamins to help ensure proper nutrition. Powdered vitamins are the most effective.