Boarding

Boarding

We currently have room to board several birds at our impeccably clean location. While your pet is visiting us you can be assured that your bird will be kept well fed, clean and happy while you are away. You can feel comfort in knowing that we will care for your bird as if it was our own.

 

If your bird has special dietary requirements, please let us know. 

 

Note: We cannot be responsible for anything that happens if the bird/birds have not been recently & fully vet checked prior to boarding.  If in the event something does happen we would take the bird to a vet at the birds owners expense. If incident was due to our negligence, we, at our discretion, then can be responsible for the bird in a fair manner. We are not responsible for fire, theft, or acts of nature. We are not responsible for a pre-existing condition, poor health, old age or incorrect instructions that result in illness or death. 

Hurricane Season or other Natural Disasters here we go…..
 We want to make sure our customers and feathered friends are protected.

👉We are always open and full stocked with supplies.
👉We are always open for boarding and are here to take care of the birds.
👉The staff at Brenda’s Birds want to make sure everyone takes the proper steps in keeping themselves and their pets safe, here are some helpful suggestions below.

Assemble and place the emergency kit in an easily accessible area ready to go if evacuation is required.

👉Have your pet's carriers assembled and labeled with permanent ink as follows:               

🐦Birds Name(s), Owner's Name, Address and Telephone Number
🙋 Emergency Contact Name and Telephone
👩‍🍳Veterinarian's Name, Address and Telephone Number
🥦Stock up on your water, food supply and pellets – for at least 2 weeks.
💉Any medications or special dietary needs, 1 – 2 week supply. Also have medical records.
📸🐥🐧Take photos of all your pets.
👉Have your travel carrier with food & water bowls and newspaper to line the carrier with.
🧼Disinfectant to clean those carriers with if you are traveling with your babies or to have available at home.
🌀Don’t wait until the last minute- BE PREPARED.

Be prepared, have a 'go' bag with supplies ready in case you need to move urgently. You dont want to be stuck in lines at the store last minute.

WE ARE ALWAYS HERE FOR BOARDING, PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU BRING EXTRA GALLONS OF WATER IN CASE THERE IS A STORM AND WE ARE WITHOUT RUNNING WATER.  LABEL ALL BOTTLE WITH YOUR LAST NAME AND BIRD.  -THANK YOU!! 

Helpful Hint:

Can my bird take a bath?

Yes. Most birds love to bathe. Some prefer a big bowl, some prefer the sink, or the shower. Be very careful not to expose the bird to a draft after it has taken a bath; you would not want it to get sick. Never add any chemicals to the water that are not made for the birds, i.e.: shampoo, etc.

 
Prices
Boarding Prices:
Small Bird:      $6.00 per day
Medium Bird:  $8.00 per day
Large Bird:      $11.00 per day
X-Large Bird   $15.00 per day
* multi birds in one cage extra fee
* larger than our provided cage extra fee
*There will be a $15.00 per day charge for hand feeding birds or birds with special requirements. The prices above are per bird and there will be no exceptions. 
Grooming
  
 

With over 20 years of experience you can trust our qualified staff to groom your birds with care.

Wings --------------$6.00
Nails ----------------$6.00
Beak ----------------$6.00
 

Helpful Hint:

 

Do I need to get the bird groomed?

Yes. The nails should be filed, or trimmed regularly. If you have a pumice or sandy perch in the cage, it helps to keep the nails filed down. As far as the wings are concerned it varies. Canaries and finches for instance rarely ever get their wings trimmed. Sometimes breeding birds are purposefully not trimmed, but most of the time "pet” birds are trimmed. This helps prevent accidents in the home, or the bird from taking flight outdoors and possibly getting away. We have heard thousands of stories from pet owners who were convinced that their 10 year old pet would never have flown away but actually did, never to return. Some birds cannot survive this for several reasons, lack of exercise, and they have never been in the wild before and do not always have the necessary survival instincts.

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