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Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Regular price $259.95 Sale price $219.95
Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage
Are you looking for a divided bird cage that can accommodate multiple birds? Our Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage has an extra storage shelf that keeps bird cage cleaning supplies, bird seeds, and toys convenient, making it ideal for lovebirds, canaries, finches, parakeets, cockatiels, Caiques, Quaker parrots, green cheeks, and budgies.

Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Features

Durable - The premium bird cage is made of high-quality wrought iron with a durable hammered paint finish. This divided breeder cage is safe for your pets to live in and strong enough for them to chew on.

Easy To Clean - The divided cage bird cleaning would be a breeze for pet owners, thanks to the waterproof finished metal cage and the bottom slide-out tray. The four feeder openings will let you reach the feeders outside the cage for easy seed and water refilling.

Design - This breeder parakeet cage features a dividing grate that divides this large birdcage into two distinct breeding/living rooms for two or more birds. You can also remove the mesh divider to build a larger cage for your feathery friends.

Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Package Content

1x Premium Divided Breeder Parakeet Bird Cage

Specifications

Material: Metal
Bar Spacing:
0.4in

Shipping Information

Domestic Shipping (USA): Your premium parakeet cage will be packaged and shipped within 3 days of ordering. Please keep in mind that our items are custom made and shipped from warehouses across the world meaning it may take them 7 to 22 business days to arrive after shipment (most of the time closer to 14).

International Shipping: The divided breeder bird cage will be packaged and shipped within 5 days of order. We do ship worldwide! Please be patient and note that delivery times will vary depending on your location. Majority of countries will have the premium divided breeder parakeet bird cage delivered within 2 to 5 weeks!

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Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Ayana Leuschke

I figured I'd write a review since there aren't really any reviews yet. I was skeptical of this cage at first due to the low price. There's no way a double cage could be any less than $300. I decided just to take the chance to order it. My oh my. It really is a REAL DOUBLE CAGE. And it's HUGE! My bird loves it, there is so much room in it. It's practically the best cage you can get for any small to medium bird - or a pair even. The divider comes in handy in case you have 2 birds and ever need to separate them. The value for money is absolutely FANTASTIC. The cage is sturdy and does its job, well worth its price and more. There are some issues with it. First off the assembly instructions are useless. There aren't even really instructions. Just a piece of paper with a shabby drawing of some labels that don't really make sense. So the assembly was really a pain in the butt. If you don't have someone to help it will take you all day to put it together. Also it was missing 4 screws for the bottom rack of the stand but luckily that part is not important for the function of the cage. I ended up putting them in with my own screws and it's a nice feature. The stand has a rack on the bottom you can put all your bird's stuff.
The cage comes with 8 plastic food bowls and 8 dowel perches (all of which I never use) and wheels to roll the cage on as long as trays for the bottom of the cage. The whole thing is very nice and roomy. It's exactly what I want in a cage for a fantastic price. Love this cage and my bird loves it too. There are issues of course but can't expect any more for this price.

J
Josefa Considine

Good for budgies to Cockateils size. I think larger/stronger beak birds might be able to damage bars. One bar was bent & i was able to straighten with my hand. 4 feeding doors + 2 nesting doors. Feeding doors are the slide up/ down kind & I secure with a little clothes pen. I had a budgie once able to open those kind. Easy to put together even though there wasn't directions. I zip tied the cage to the stand because I have to lift up a little when going from wood floor to area rug. One leg on stand was slightly bent but I was able to hammer it back. Overall, for a smaller bird(s) I think it's a great price for decent cage.

UPDATE...I bought a YAHEETECH cage because I couldn't find this PAWHUT cage. After I ordered the YAHEETECH cage I found the PawHut. I'd buy another PawHut over the YAHEETECH. Here's my review on the YAHEETECH....

I am comparing this to the same size PawHut cage. I was hoping for the little extra $ it would be as good or better & would be close to matching. I am very disappointed in the YAHEETECH. If I didn't have it all assembled I'd return it & buy another PawHut. Big time buyers remorse!
*Positive-YAHEETEC has a small access door in the main large door. Kind of cool. It has nesting doors on both sides which my birds like to go thru to get out & to the top. All doors are slightly smaller than the PawHut cage. Not a big deal for me.
NEGATIVES.....
*Size-YAHEETECH is slightly smaller. Not much...maybe 1/4-1/2 inch
*Several bars & frames bent. I had to bend & straighten sections.
*The feeder doors don't open/close easily. I think they are bent too. This can be a positive if your birds open these on their own but with the feeding containers you have to force things. The PawHut doors open easily to where I can do it with one hand.
*The feeder container themselves are bent/warped in the back too. Thin white cups vs thick clear cups on PawHut.
*The main door latch is hard/ stiff. PawHuts latch is very smooth.
*This cage was more difficult to assemble on my own. The overall construction is of less quality. This cage's front & back panels have frames around them. Then the sides have little tabs along with a couple screws that fit into the front & back panel. The PawHut has each side framed & you screw each side to each other. Because some panels were warped it was a pain to get them together.
*The tracks for the trays were bent so I had to try to straighten them to get the tray in. It's very tight & I'm sure I'll have a hard time cleaning. The little tab that keeps the bottom gate from moving is very loose so it falls down making it so you have to hold it to put the grate in. I'll have to see if I can tighten it. Not a big deal but kind of a pain to have to get the grate on tracks with one hand & hold tab with the other.
*Wheels don't glide smoothly compared to the PawHut. I probably won't move it a lot but if you want to, the PawHut is much smoother.
*Bottom shelf is flimsy.

Both units I zip tied the cage to the bottom. The PawHut I felt less secured to the base & I was moving it a lot so I wanted it secure. The YAHEETECH felt more secure how it set but I wouldn't trust it.

N
Nya Wolf

I was a little concerned on reading some reviews about sturdiness and gaps but thought I'd give it a try based on the price.

Cons:
~One of the perches arrived broken so I've wedged the 2 pieces of it into corners for photo prop. Honestly like the look and wish they'd come as corner pieces.

~The wires are thinner than my last birdie jail cell lending to a sense of not being able to handle the highly destructive nature of my evil little twins of terror.

~There's a little gap at the top of the little doors on each side of the cage as they do not hang quite right. The cat was quite interested in these easy access panels on each side for grabbing tasty midnight snacks.

~I'm not a fan of the 4 small doors in the front with the little plastic cups. Definitely not something to put water in since you must tip them sideways to get them out. The feathered prisoners were thrilled though as they flipped them up and tried to make a hasty escape. However the warden was right there so they were popped right back into their cell. The cat was also happy that his future meals would just simply be able to come to him without needing to get up to the side access panels.

~The lock of the primary door doesn't give me a sense of security because it doesn't lock into place firmly. Just swings down and hangs at an angle instead of straight up and down. I miss having that final click of something firmly locked.

Pros:
~Price. Honestly, so long as evil and eviler don't destroy it or escape it then it's absolutely fantastic as far as I'm concerned even with the cons. I found the identical cage already put together at the low, low price of twice the price at the store and two and a half times at the flea market. So this is probably a steal, time will tell.

~Assembly. I cannot attest to difficulty in assembly as my other, more handy half graciously put it together since I can't so much as figure out what item B is to screw into slot A to save my life. And pictures might as well be Egyptian hieroglyphs for all the good they'd do me. However, he didn't complain of any missing or extra parts so I must assume for a competent person this was fairly simple.

~Size. Don't ever let someone convince you size doesn't matter. It absolutely does. Even though the evil con artists huddle together and do not appreciate that they do not have to be on top of each other and can stretch out I felt the need to keep their detention center as large as their prior one.

I will update if anything changes. This is the first night the inmates are in the new hoosegow.

PS: My coworker is a genius. I mentioned the need for a cheap way to lock down the extra 6 doors and that zip ties are useless because they will chew through plastic in a heartbeat (I have several hard plastic bowls they've gnawed to size). She held up a paperclip. My hero!
All doors were secured with twisted paperclips before the terrible twosome were left alone to plot their escape from this new lockup.

PPS: The cat and birds have been plotting against each other for 10 years with not so much as 1 piece of fur or feather flying. The cat is too lazy to make good on his threats and the birds just enjoy teasing him from afar, way afar. It's almost Sylvester and two Tweetys to watch them all.

C
Carleton Lakin

This is a fantastic cage! I did look on their website for better pictures to assemble it for two cross bars on the stand that I wanted to make sure I put on correctly. There wasn't any directions but most of it is pretty self explanatory. The long screws are for the legs and small ones for the cage. Everything fit together great and I had one little damaged piece and the customer service was spectacular. You really can't go wrong with this cage or company both are fantastic. I'm generally hesitant with non prime items but I tired it anyway since the price was great and I'm glad I did. Plus it shipped super fast.

A
Amaya Mosciski

First Impression:

Wow! Where should I began?! I absolutely LOVE this cage. It is MORE than enough space for my NINE budgies. They are never in the cage really anyway, only for bedtime. Other than that, they are out on their playground or walking around on the floor foraging or flying around getting their daily excercise. However, I would not feel bad leaving them in a little longer since this cage is MASSIVE and provides plenty of space to move around! It's easy to clean, nice design, front doors and latches are fully functional. The feeder doors do open easily so you can use zip ties if you feel that your birds may try to get out. Mine are in a bird safe room so if they get out they are completely safe. I work from home so no issues there. I'm only using four of the eight perches that came with the cage because I'm waiting for my budgie's natural wood perches to arrive in the mail. I DO NOT RECOMMEND using the perches that come with cages because they can and will eventually give your birds ARTHRITIS. Invest in balsa and java wood perches.

The bottom cart has tons of room to hold food, toys, perches, and all other bird goodies!

Assembly:

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you SEPARATE and LABEL all parts because nothing is labeled and the screws are just thrown in the bag together.

This cage uses FIVE different type of screws so be sure to separate for easier assembly. There's two parts labeled INCORRECTLY . It's pretty easy to make out which part it is by looking at the diagram. Sure the manufacturer could have did a better job putting instructions together but trust me, it's super easy to assemble and the parts are big so it doesn't take a Rocket Scientist to figure out which part goes where using the included picture diagram.

I don't have any complaints as I love the cage but most importantly, my budgies seem to love it as well. This cage

Final Note: Yes, the bars are thin and seem a little fragile but unless your birds eat metal they'll be fine and this cage should last you for a long time. Just be sure to take care of it by cleaning it daily and try not to use super-heavy perches. Be gentle with it unless you plan to buy a new one in a few months, lol.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
91%
(10)
9%
(1)
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Ayana Leuschke

I figured I'd write a review since there aren't really any reviews yet. I was skeptical of this cage at first due to the low price. There's no way a double cage could be any less than $300. I decided just to take the chance to order it. My oh my. It really is a REAL DOUBLE CAGE. And it's HUGE! My bird loves it, there is so much room in it. It's practically the best cage you can get for any small to medium bird - or a pair even. The divider comes in handy in case you have 2 birds and ever need to separate them. The value for money is absolutely FANTASTIC. The cage is sturdy and does its job, well worth its price and more. There are some issues with it. First off the assembly instructions are useless. There aren't even really instructions. Just a piece of paper with a shabby drawing of some labels that don't really make sense. So the assembly was really a pain in the butt. If you don't have someone to help it will take you all day to put it together. Also it was missing 4 screws for the bottom rack of the stand but luckily that part is not important for the function of the cage. I ended up putting them in with my own screws and it's a nice feature. The stand has a rack on the bottom you can put all your bird's stuff.
The cage comes with 8 plastic food bowls and 8 dowel perches (all of which I never use) and wheels to roll the cage on as long as trays for the bottom of the cage. The whole thing is very nice and roomy. It's exactly what I want in a cage for a fantastic price. Love this cage and my bird loves it too. There are issues of course but can't expect any more for this price.

J
Josefa Considine

Good for budgies to Cockateils size. I think larger/stronger beak birds might be able to damage bars. One bar was bent & i was able to straighten with my hand. 4 feeding doors + 2 nesting doors. Feeding doors are the slide up/ down kind & I secure with a little clothes pen. I had a budgie once able to open those kind. Easy to put together even though there wasn't directions. I zip tied the cage to the stand because I have to lift up a little when going from wood floor to area rug. One leg on stand was slightly bent but I was able to hammer it back. Overall, for a smaller bird(s) I think it's a great price for decent cage.

UPDATE...I bought a YAHEETECH cage because I couldn't find this PAWHUT cage. After I ordered the YAHEETECH cage I found the PawHut. I'd buy another PawHut over the YAHEETECH. Here's my review on the YAHEETECH....

I am comparing this to the same size PawHut cage. I was hoping for the little extra $ it would be as good or better & would be close to matching. I am very disappointed in the YAHEETECH. If I didn't have it all assembled I'd return it & buy another PawHut. Big time buyers remorse!
*Positive-YAHEETEC has a small access door in the main large door. Kind of cool. It has nesting doors on both sides which my birds like to go thru to get out & to the top. All doors are slightly smaller than the PawHut cage. Not a big deal for me.
NEGATIVES.....
*Size-YAHEETECH is slightly smaller. Not much...maybe 1/4-1/2 inch
*Several bars & frames bent. I had to bend & straighten sections.
*The feeder doors don't open/close easily. I think they are bent too. This can be a positive if your birds open these on their own but with the feeding containers you have to force things. The PawHut doors open easily to where I can do it with one hand.
*The feeder container themselves are bent/warped in the back too. Thin white cups vs thick clear cups on PawHut.
*The main door latch is hard/ stiff. PawHuts latch is very smooth.
*This cage was more difficult to assemble on my own. The overall construction is of less quality. This cage's front & back panels have frames around them. Then the sides have little tabs along with a couple screws that fit into the front & back panel. The PawHut has each side framed & you screw each side to each other. Because some panels were warped it was a pain to get them together.
*The tracks for the trays were bent so I had to try to straighten them to get the tray in. It's very tight & I'm sure I'll have a hard time cleaning. The little tab that keeps the bottom gate from moving is very loose so it falls down making it so you have to hold it to put the grate in. I'll have to see if I can tighten it. Not a big deal but kind of a pain to have to get the grate on tracks with one hand & hold tab with the other.
*Wheels don't glide smoothly compared to the PawHut. I probably won't move it a lot but if you want to, the PawHut is much smoother.
*Bottom shelf is flimsy.

Both units I zip tied the cage to the bottom. The PawHut I felt less secured to the base & I was moving it a lot so I wanted it secure. The YAHEETECH felt more secure how it set but I wouldn't trust it.

N
Nya Wolf

I was a little concerned on reading some reviews about sturdiness and gaps but thought I'd give it a try based on the price.

Cons:
~One of the perches arrived broken so I've wedged the 2 pieces of it into corners for photo prop. Honestly like the look and wish they'd come as corner pieces.

~The wires are thinner than my last birdie jail cell lending to a sense of not being able to handle the highly destructive nature of my evil little twins of terror.

~There's a little gap at the top of the little doors on each side of the cage as they do not hang quite right. The cat was quite interested in these easy access panels on each side for grabbing tasty midnight snacks.

~I'm not a fan of the 4 small doors in the front with the little plastic cups. Definitely not something to put water in since you must tip them sideways to get them out. The feathered prisoners were thrilled though as they flipped them up and tried to make a hasty escape. However the warden was right there so they were popped right back into their cell. The cat was also happy that his future meals would just simply be able to come to him without needing to get up to the side access panels.

~The lock of the primary door doesn't give me a sense of security because it doesn't lock into place firmly. Just swings down and hangs at an angle instead of straight up and down. I miss having that final click of something firmly locked.

Pros:
~Price. Honestly, so long as evil and eviler don't destroy it or escape it then it's absolutely fantastic as far as I'm concerned even with the cons. I found the identical cage already put together at the low, low price of twice the price at the store and two and a half times at the flea market. So this is probably a steal, time will tell.

~Assembly. I cannot attest to difficulty in assembly as my other, more handy half graciously put it together since I can't so much as figure out what item B is to screw into slot A to save my life. And pictures might as well be Egyptian hieroglyphs for all the good they'd do me. However, he didn't complain of any missing or extra parts so I must assume for a competent person this was fairly simple.

~Size. Don't ever let someone convince you size doesn't matter. It absolutely does. Even though the evil con artists huddle together and do not appreciate that they do not have to be on top of each other and can stretch out I felt the need to keep their detention center as large as their prior one.

I will update if anything changes. This is the first night the inmates are in the new hoosegow.

PS: My coworker is a genius. I mentioned the need for a cheap way to lock down the extra 6 doors and that zip ties are useless because they will chew through plastic in a heartbeat (I have several hard plastic bowls they've gnawed to size). She held up a paperclip. My hero!
All doors were secured with twisted paperclips before the terrible twosome were left alone to plot their escape from this new lockup.

PPS: The cat and birds have been plotting against each other for 10 years with not so much as 1 piece of fur or feather flying. The cat is too lazy to make good on his threats and the birds just enjoy teasing him from afar, way afar. It's almost Sylvester and two Tweetys to watch them all.

C
Carleton Lakin

This is a fantastic cage! I did look on their website for better pictures to assemble it for two cross bars on the stand that I wanted to make sure I put on correctly. There wasn't any directions but most of it is pretty self explanatory. The long screws are for the legs and small ones for the cage. Everything fit together great and I had one little damaged piece and the customer service was spectacular. You really can't go wrong with this cage or company both are fantastic. I'm generally hesitant with non prime items but I tired it anyway since the price was great and I'm glad I did. Plus it shipped super fast.

A
Amaya Mosciski

First Impression:

Wow! Where should I began?! I absolutely LOVE this cage. It is MORE than enough space for my NINE budgies. They are never in the cage really anyway, only for bedtime. Other than that, they are out on their playground or walking around on the floor foraging or flying around getting their daily excercise. However, I would not feel bad leaving them in a little longer since this cage is MASSIVE and provides plenty of space to move around! It's easy to clean, nice design, front doors and latches are fully functional. The feeder doors do open easily so you can use zip ties if you feel that your birds may try to get out. Mine are in a bird safe room so if they get out they are completely safe. I work from home so no issues there. I'm only using four of the eight perches that came with the cage because I'm waiting for my budgie's natural wood perches to arrive in the mail. I DO NOT RECOMMEND using the perches that come with cages because they can and will eventually give your birds ARTHRITIS. Invest in balsa and java wood perches.

The bottom cart has tons of room to hold food, toys, perches, and all other bird goodies!

Assembly:

I HIGHLY RECOMMEND that you SEPARATE and LABEL all parts because nothing is labeled and the screws are just thrown in the bag together.

This cage uses FIVE different type of screws so be sure to separate for easier assembly. There's two parts labeled INCORRECTLY . It's pretty easy to make out which part it is by looking at the diagram. Sure the manufacturer could have did a better job putting instructions together but trust me, it's super easy to assemble and the parts are big so it doesn't take a Rocket Scientist to figure out which part goes where using the included picture diagram.

I don't have any complaints as I love the cage but most importantly, my budgies seem to love it as well. This cage

Final Note: Yes, the bars are thin and seem a little fragile but unless your birds eat metal they'll be fine and this cage should last you for a long time. Just be sure to take care of it by cleaning it daily and try not to use super-heavy perches. Be gentle with it unless you plan to buy a new one in a few months, lol.

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