Visiting us in 2023
GENERAL VISITS & INQUIRIES
For first time visitors we encourage you to call ahead for info and best days to visit.
We are a small business and often experience maximum occupancy of our store and parking lot - Whether for supplies, toys, or other needs, please plan your visit accordingly.
We require appointments for all grooming and boarding. Please call ahead to be added to the schedule. Times vary and availability fills up quickly throughout the week.
Please see our SERVICES page for more details.
For the health of our staff and patrons, we ask that if you are experiencing cold or flu-like symptoms, that you take advantage of our curbside or US Postal mail service.
Please call us with any special requests at 425-481-6989 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. All special requests/orders must be submitted at least 24 hours in advance.
We operate with a small staff and appreciate your cooperation in helping to keep us healthy so that we can continue to serve our feathered friends.
Our Staff is fully vaccinated & encourages you to Please be mindful of social distancing per The CDC & WA State Governor's guidelines.
We specialize in raising hand-fed babies and strive to find them their best forever home.
If you are looking for a specific species of bird, please understand that we may not currently have what you are looking for in our care. Feel free to call ahead to inquire or be added to our waitlist.
As such, please be aware that most birds will not be available to go home the same day of your visit. We want to make sure that all feathered companions are healthy and ready to transition to a new home before they leave our care. Whether you are interested in a baby bird or potential adoption of an older bird, it often takes multiple visits to ensure you can have a bond that lasts.
If you have more questions about bird adoption and ownership, you can email us with your inquiries.
YOUR BIRD'S HEALTH
Is your bird friend exhibiting abnormal or concerning behavior ?
We often get phone calls regarding the health of birds and do our best to share the knowledge we have about potential health risks to your companion.
While we do share our knowledge and philosophies, we are not veterinarian professionals. If you have serious concerns we are happy to offer you resources and point you towards the professionals you will need for the long term care of your feathered family members.