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K&H Thermo Bird Perch

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  • Size - 1/2" to 1" diameter x 10 1/2" long
  • Use for Small birds: Finches, Cockatiels, Parakeets, Canaries
  • Protect exotic birds from the harmful effects of air conditioning and cold drafts
  • Made of sturdy scratch and bite resistant non-toxic plastic
  • Attaches easily to wire cages

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Product Details

Size: Small
  • Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000795ZE0
  • Item model number: 9010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (214 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,198 in Pet Supplies (See Top 100 in Pet Supplies)
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Product Description

Size: Small

Caged birds require a warm, stable habitat . . . Thermo-Perch is the answer! The Thermo-Perch provides a gentle source of warmth that circulates through the bird's feet. Unlike heat lamps that can get too hot, dry out feathers, and cause sleeping disorders due to constant light, the Thermo-Perch provides safe, therapeutic warmth only when your bird needs it! Every Exotic Bird Should Have a Thermo-Perch! The Thermo-Perch solves the problem of providing consistent warmth for exotic birds in their cages, protecting them from the hazards and discomfort of air conditioning and cold drafts. Cold is a major contributor to health problems for exotic birds, and the first step that veterinarians turn to is providing warmth. Exotic birds have a body temperature that ranges between 104 - 106 degrees. The Thermo-Perch is thermostatically controlled to help them safely regulate their body temperature. This allows the bird to pick the spot that provides the warmth it needs. This safe, consistent source of warmth stabilizes the bird's environment and contributes to the bird's overall health and helps reduce avian stress. Made of scratch and bite resistant nontoxic plastic, the Thermo-Perch attaches easily to wire cages. The cord is protected with steel wire and is positioned away from the cage. Properly used, the Thermo-Perch will provides years of comfort for your bird. It is UL approved in both the US and Canada.

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Customer Reviews

Took a couple of days for my bird to get used to seeing it in his cage,but now he loves it!
Ronald Davis
It makes me feel secure knowing that if it gets a little chilly in our house he can climb onto his heated perch to stay warm.
R. Martinez
My cockatoo was able to chew through the protection around the cord and there is no way to replace the cord!
C. Parsons

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By RBake on November 22, 2006
Size Name: Small
Please do the right thing and have one of these perches for your caged bird--even if it's just a standby precaution. I always give my health-troubled bird a heated perch. People may call this product several terms: thermal perch, thermo perch, thermalperch or thermoperch). We've been thankful ever since this has come on the market/been invented. These saved our bird's life on several occasions. We have an umbrella cockatoo, he does not fly/has never fledged and like most caged birds does not get enough vigorous exercise/is fairly sedentary compared to his natural habitat/routine. We use the medium sized perch. Before installing the perch, he would catch at least 2 colds per year, sometimes turning into bronchitis or pneumonia (near death). If you didn't know, birds are hard-wired to hide sickness very well and can be hours from death once they start showing abnormal behavior. In the wild, a flock will abandon a sick bird to avoid catching illnesses. By the time you notice they're sick it could be too late (check with an expert avian vet and do your own web research on symptoms). In the past we tried heat lamps but he accidentally got too warm and we fried-burned some leg skin (cautionary note: some people have even burned smaller birds eyes with heat lamps or hair driers and given them permanent blindness/cataracts). These perches are a perfect temp for our guy, all the time, and they seem indestructible.

Now our guy has never caught a cold for the last 10 years (have we gotten lucky?). He's much calmer, less screaming, fidgeting, repetitive motion--stuff cockatoos do when not happy--Seems much happier (this is NOT a fix-all for screaming or 'Stereotypy'). We have a daytime cage and nighttime cage, both cages have thermal perches.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Steph on October 25, 2007
Size Name: Medium
I had no idea how much my conure needed one of these. I bought it and she was on it instantly. She even slept on it, and she is really picky about where she sleeps. She ALWAYS sleeps in her fuzzy tent. But she slept outside of the tent just to be on this perch. I have now positioned the tent so she can still lean on the fuzzy tent while still perching on the thermal perch. She is one happy little girl now!
She wouldn't just use it for fun, so I know she must have needed it.
Now her little feet are always warm and she seems so content
This is an incredible product...just wonderful.
My daughter just ordered one for her parrotlet. I hope her parrotlet takes to it like my conure did.
I HIGHLY recommend this product.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Cathio on November 30, 2010
Size Name: Medium
Hello Amazonites!

I bought one of these years ago from a pet shop. Every bird should have one, year around. My cockatiel took a few days to get use to it but after that but always sat on it or against it. Tweety lived to be 35 years old. He loved that perch. So did our younger cockatiel, his partner, who is still here.

The perches are safe. You do not have to do things to make them more safe or worry about it. The cord near the perch is covered with a strong wire around it so the bird cannot chew the cord from the cage.It is very easy to attach as well. They are perfectly warm, never too hot. In fact, the heat is set inside the unit to one setting only. I remember when I first got it I wondered it it was hot enough. It was. If it much hotter it could also dehydrate the birds.

I too wish the perches weren't so smooth , hopefully the developer can find a rougher type material. Maybe the heat works better this way? Maybe it is this hard and smooth so the bird won't chew it. It still works fine. Maybe one could wrap something around it, I was thinking of the newer medical tape that comes in bright colors they wrap around you even when you have blood test to hold the cotton on instead of regular sticky tape. Think I'll try that if it is not harmful to birds. Will of course research that first.

We lost our heated perch in a move but it still worked. I am going to buy new ones for my cockatiel ( Sugar Britches) and double yellow head parrot( Pepe), on Amazon. We are going to try to conserve on heat this winter and their cages are near the window so as soon as we get these the temp. is going down. the sleep disorder Dr. told us 68 degrees is the perfect sleep temperature and we found out he is right. My birds like it a little warmer though.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Marguerite Floyd on February 7, 2007
Size Name: Small
When I first heard about Thermo Perches I thought it was an interesting idea, but probably not necessary for my birds.

Was I wrong! I came across one of these at a big discount and decided to try it in the cage where two of my cockatiels live. At first they were leary of it (natural) but then the older cockatiel got brave and tried it. For awhile I'd come home from work and there was the older cockatiel, happily perched on it. Most nights he slept on it.

Then the other cockatiel decided it might be worth checking out. Now they both stay on it, sometimes sleeping on it, sometimes not.

Parrots wouldn't use this perch if it didn't feel good to them.

I especially loved that the cord is wrapped in a metal coil -- there's nothing my parrots won't try to chew, and the coil would keep them from the cord. Of course, the design of the perch is such that they can't even get to the cord once the perch is fastened to the cage.

Get one, or two. You won't regret it and your bird will feel much better.
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