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hi do you have or know about harnesses

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I don't mean to be rude, but why would you ever want to put a budgie or any bird in a harness.

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I use to sell bird harnesses. As far as ones for budgies they are very not really that good because the bird is small and the amount of clips make it too cumbersome and awkward. A flight suit is a better option and if interested I think I may still have one around to suit budgies.

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I use to sell bird harnesses. As far as ones for budgies they are very not really that good because the bird is small and the amount of clips make it too cumbersome and awkward. A flight suit is a better option and if interested I think I may still have one around to suit budgies.

 

This is new r.i.p. how do they work? I assume it's a thing for a bird to be able to fly free but with a "lead" so they can't disappear into the sunset? :rolleyes:

There is always something new on here, to learn about. l.o.l

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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I believe they're elastic, and the lead is elastic as well (but strong) so if they fly beyond the normal length of the cord, then It'll only get harder for the bird to fly, and it's natural instinct will be to turn arround and fly the other way :) (I think i got most of that right)

 

 

 

And it's apparently good for training as well :D

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The Flight Suits I sold were made of lyra type fabic and very light weight. A detachable lanyard (lead) were made of nylon cord for smaller birds and a large nylon leash type for larger birds. They are well made and I used them on my Cockatiels and Galah when I had them. They were also the orignal ones. Any made now would be copies and may not function as intended, especially for the safety of the birds and copies are often just a way for people to make money and they don't think and comfort and safety.

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thank you all so much for the replys but i think i will just put them in the aviary for flight

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