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Bird Stroller for Outdoor Adventures?

Would You Use a Birdie Stroller?

If you weren't already convinced that more than just dogs could use some outdoor interaction, this has to seal the deal. Not only did we see a kitty stroller, but now this Pak-o-Bird Carrier ($349 pictured here) and fold-able Stroller ($125) combo is made specially for your feathered friends that like to get out, but you know . . . not all the way out. The mesh and nylon travel cage comes with a dragon wood perch so your bird can travel comfortably, plus it can be used as a backpack when you aren't using the collapsible stroller.

I have to say, I was a bit surprised to see this, even though I mentioned that birds could (and should) get exercise outside with their own flight jackets – I just never would have thought of carting them along in a stroller! So, for you bird owners out there: Would you consider carting your avian pals around in a stroller?


Pampire Pampire 7 years
Well years ago my Mother had a Yellow Naped Amazon Parrot whom she loved very dearly and she always took it with her when she could. Before they had bird strollers she had an idea to make one so she used a running stroller frame and built a wooden box with perches and food and water bowls and attatched it to the frame, she even went as far as to have the birds picture airbrushed on the side. It didn't have a screen or anything like that she just made sure she kept his flight feathers clipped. She would take him to bird shows and people went crazy over this idea, it may seem odd to some but to bird owners it was something they really thought was neat and useful. Most importantly the bird really enjoyed riding in it and my mom enjoyed taking him places in it. She almost had it patented too, now after seeing this I wish she would have! People might think it's silly or odd but bird owners sure don't!
hulitoons hulitoons 8 years
May look a bit odd, but FuzzyButt (African Gray) has one that gets used a lot! Because he cannot be around other birds for medical reasons and for those same reasons cannot fly though he is not clipped, this is his way to see, smell and be with the outside world. He enjoys it and so do the neighborhood folks. The steel screening helps prevent some airborne problems from getting through to him. This is the ONLY time he's inside a 'cage' environment.
redorangeparrots redorangeparrots 8 years
Hi from 2PARROT Lady, Here in Sunny Phoenix. I saw my first pet stroller with a minature poodle inside and it was inside a Phoenix WalMart when it was 115 degrees outside. We lose pets and children left in hot cars all the time, even have laws protecting them. There are times when the pets need to go to the vet/Dr.s all the way across the Valley. Even stopping to visit a friend or pick up a single item on the way can place these pets in life threatening situations in the overheated car. This can be an alternative.
kristyrk kristyrk 9 years
I believe this is real..not a joke!
nancita nancita 9 years
So let me get this straight: this one is NOT an April Fool's joke?
MandyJoBo MandyJoBo 9 years
I think Parrots would love this. Parrots have the intelligence of a three-year-old child and need constant interaction, and of course it's not safe for them to fly around outside.
linb linb 9 years
I think this is crazy. I can't imagine running into someone on the street walking with their bird in a stroller. This wouldn't really allow the bird to get any exercise, would it?
fuzzles fuzzles 9 years
Not a bird owner. But I can't help but think that the ferrets are getting screwed. Where's THEIR stroller? ;)
ElleJay ElleJay 9 years
i'm sorry but this is ridiculous!
Kristabelle Kristabelle 9 years
I think it's pretty cool! I was just thinking that I would like to take my bird outside sometimes. I used to clip her wings, but now I don't. I would be petrified to have her outside with full wings. This would definitely solve the problem! Funny, but kind of neat too. I would definitely not be paying that much money for it though!!!
Renees3 Renees3 9 years
too funny. Almost seems mean, like here birdy, here's your ALMOST freedom. But I don't have a bird so who knows. I see people that take walks with their birds on their shoulder, so if you couldn't do that I guess this is the next step.
Kkkkkkkkkkk Kkkkkkkkkkk 9 years
Ok ok, Molly just got me good with the Paris Hilton got married gag... you're not gonna get me so easy with this! A frigging BIRD stroller?? April Fools, please call us April Fools, because thi cannot be for real!
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