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Bird and Parrot Playgyms, Stands and Perches

Bird Play Gym

“The Tree” Small Bird Playgym: 3 Levels and 10 perches. 8 perches swivel 360 degrees to create a variety of configurations. Approximately 15″ W x 15″ L x 20″ H. Toys not included. $59

I’m an avid bird lover, my husband is a plumber and together we make table-top playgyms, stands and perches for your birds’ entertainment and exercise. Our feathered family members ADORE their play gyms! Because they’re lightweight and portable, we move them to the dining room for dinner, the living room to watch movies with us, and the bathroom for showers and mirror time. Just place a layer of newspaper under the base and presto, you can place your playgym virtually anywhere. Your birds will love spending more time with you and out of their cage!

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PlayGym Construction:

We use construction grade schedule 40 PVC pipe and fittings for an extremely durable product. Unless specifically requested otherwise, a minimum of glue is used on the base fittings to make the unit stable. To prevent accidental ingestion, the perch fittings (where the bird comes in contact) are NOT glued — instead, those fittings are pushed firmly together. Colorful vet wrap is used for maximum foot comfort, grip, and traction. Toys pictured on the playgyms are not included — you may affix your bird’s favorite toys easily using zip ties.

  • Small Birds (Parakeet, Budgie, Lovebird, Parrotlet, Cockatiel, Small Conure): We recommend 1/2″ PVC pipe (the smallest available; measures almost 7/8″ outside diameter)
  • Medium Birds (African Grey, Amazon, etc.): We recommend 3/4″ or 1″ PVC pipe
  • Large Birds (Cockatoo, Macaw, etc.): We recommend 1″ or 1.25″ PVC pipe


Play gyms can be picked up fully-assembled in Fort Collins, Colorado. We also ship: Shipping costs are paid by the buyer; some assembly will be required (we label each pipe and fitting to make it easy for you to push together — no tools needed).

Small Bird Playgym 3 Level 10 perches

“The Tree” Small Bird Playgym: 3 Levels and 10 perches. 8 perches swivel 360 degrees to create a variety of configurations. Approximately 15″ W x 15″ L x 20″ H. Toys not included. $59

Small Bird Playgym: 3 Levels and 10 Perches (Top View)

(Top View) “The Tree” Small Bird Playgym

“Toy Center” Small Bird Playgym: Two perches and center chain for hanging toys (toys not included). $29.

 Small Bird Double Perch Stand

Small Bird Double Perch Stand: 2 parallel long perches for multiple birds. $25. Perfect for training, travel and portability. 14″ W x 16″ L x 8″ H

Bird Table Top Perch

Table Top Perch: $19 for small birds; $25 for medium birds; $29 for large birds.

Tall Perch Square Base

Tall Perch Square Base: Great for showering and training. Available in custom sizes — contact for quote.

We can accommodate custom sizes, configurations and wrap colors — please email us to discuss the possibilities! Email: Jen @ Puppies Are Prozac . com (remove all spaces from the address first).

More About Budgie Parakeets:

Nutrition and Food Recommendations: Birds fed seed-only diets have a much shorter life span. We provide lists of healthy foods and show you how to grow your own sprouts.

Colors, Varieties, Mutations, Genetics: Budgie Parakeets come in a rainbow of colors. This page has beautiful photos with variety and mutation descriptions.

How To Care For Your Budgie Parakeet: What is the best cage and how should I set it up? How do I keep my budgie healthy and safe? What are the best toys and playtime activities? How do I trim their wing feathers?

FAQ (frequently asked questions): What is a budgie parakeet’s personality like? What are the differences between American parakeets and English budgies? How do you tell a male from a female? Should you keep one, two or more? How long do they live? Where did the species originate?

Training, Tricks, Talking: A step-by-step guide for finger-training, trust-building, and bonding. Watch informative and entertaining video demonstrations. Find out how many words they can learn to say.

Play gyms, Stands and Perches: How to make your own (or order a custom one from us).

Homemade Aviaries and Flight Cages: How to converted used furniture into large flight cages and beautiful indoor aviaries.

Parakeet Food and Supplies Market: We offer organic, homemade bird food plus other essential bird supplies.

Budgie Parakeet Breeder in Colorado: Our family raises, hand-feeds, trains and adores budgie parakeets! Learn more about our selective breeding program and view our gorgeous, tame birds.

Inside Our Aviary: See where our birds live — flight enclosures, breeding room, play gyms.

Our Flock of Budgie Parakeets: Take a peek at our gorgeous feathered friends. Lots of photos with color mutations listed!

Adorable Pictures of Our Hand-fed Babies: Come ooh and aahh over all the cuteness and watch them grow up!

Pre-Adoption Questionnaire: If you are interested in adopting one (or more) of our parakeets, please respond to these questions.

Budgie Baby Waiting List: I know how hard it is to wait when you’re excited but I promise you, the wait is worth it!

9 comments… add one

  • Amanda

    I just wanted to know how to order the organic bird seed sprout mix

    thanks Amanda

  • Pamela Dabney

    Hello, my name is Pam. I live in Colorado Springs,Co,and I don’t know if you got my first message.However I just bought two Parakeets,both from two different places. One is four months old, and the other about six to eight. they are not hand trained and I have looked on you page for guidance.My problem is that they only want to eat seed, and I would like them to eat other foods. they are’t interested in ANYTHING I give them.I’m frustrated because I can’t hand train them and they wont eat what I serve them. Can you help me? I would appreciate a call if you have the time.

  • Great site here! We learned so much about our little friends’ (parakeets) needs and care. Thank you!

  • Macy

    The link says learn how to make your own, but I can’t find the plans. Are the plans available for purchase? Thanks!

  • Jessica

    Is it safe to make perches/a playgym for my parakeets out of branches/twigs?

  • Ahn a schmid

    Loved your site.So informative.I started growing parakeet seed by accident.Some seeds fell into one of my house plants and after a few days they grew.Is sprouting in water better?I had no idea 💡parakeets could eat so many things.Thank you for all this information.

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