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  • Smoky Mountain Boots Running Horses Rubber Boot Turquoise

    Artist Collection Series with AWST International. Cotton sock lining. Round toe. Steel shank.

  • Smoky Mountain Boots Dancing Horses Rubber Boot Purple

    Artist Collection Series with AWST International. Cotton sock lining. Round toe. Steel shank.

  • Smoky Mountain Boots Ponies Rubber Boot Black/White

    Cotton sock lining. Round toe. Steel shank.

  • Smoky Mountain Boots Ponies Rubber Boot Pink

    Cotton sock lining. Round toe. Steel shank.

  • Superpet Cool Crock

    Manufacturer: Superpet

    Cool Crock, the ultimate value priced food bowl.  Made of durable plastic that is EZ to clean.  Small bowl is ideal for hamsters, gerbils and pet mice.  Small bowls has a 4 oz. capacity and is available in a 12 bowl assortment of four fashionable colors in a full color display box.

  • A&E Cage Company LLC Java Wood

    The Java Tree is a natural tree perch made from a single coffee tree of 25 to 35 years of age when the tree becomes non-productive. Each Tree is handpicked as less than one percent of the coffee trees suitable. These trees then go through a series of painstaking process and handcrafting till perfection. The finished perch becomes a beautiful addition to your home and most importantly, practical and fun for your bird and other creatures.

  • Miller Manufacturing Company Plastic Open Nesting Box

    Manufacturer: Miller Manufacturing Company

    Better than metal nests, and costs less! The Little Giant Single Open Nesting Box is made of high-density, impact-resistant polyethylene that will not rust, rot, or corrode. The plastic surface is easy to keep clean and does not get as cold as metal and wood. Hen-friendly design features an open back and top to allow better ventilation and easier access to eggs in some coops.

  • Baby Pheasants

    Baby Pheasants, Chukar, and Quail require a brooder temperature of approximately 95 degrees for the first week, dropping approximately 5 degrees every 3 days or so until the end of the brooding period. They will feather out quickly, so they do not require as much heat as chickens and turkeys. Gamebirds are strong fliers, so the brooder should be covered after they reach approximately one week of age, as they will fly up when startled.

  • Baby Geese

    Waterfowl babies don't need as much warmth as other birds, but they do need a little extra warmth, especially at night, for the first week to 10 days. Goslings like their feed wet, and adding a little water to the feed (so it is somewhat soupy) helps to keep them from choking. They will also also appreciate fresh greens daily, and bugs and meal worms are a special treat. Sprinkle finely chopped greens in their water to keep them fresh and clean, as they will not eat dirty or wilted feed. Once they are fully feathered, they will appreciate some swimming water.

  • Baby Turkey

    Turkey poults love heat. They will be happiest if you keep their brooder temperature at 95-100 degrees for the first week, then lower the temperature by about 5 degrees per week until they are fully feathered, approximately 6-8 weeks old. Turkeys are very personable birds and you can easily teach them to eat out of your hand, come to your call, and they will often follow you around, begging for treats and attention. The more you handle them, the tamer they will become.

  • Baby Ducks

    Ducklings that have just hatched from their shells need a warm, safe environment to grow up strong and healthy. If you create a home free of hazards and provide them with plenty of food and water, your curious, playful baby ducks will be able to waddle and swim on their own before you know it!

  • Baby Chickens

    Tending young chicks isn’t difficult, nor need it be elaborate. As well as chick starter and clean water, they need a draft-free brooder pen with a red brooder lamp on at all times. Raising baby chicks from the start is an extremely rewarding experience, as you can watch them grow from chirping balls of fluff to egg-bearing, full-feathered ladies.

  • Guinea Pigs

    A guinea pig can be one of the most endearing and wonderful pets. They may live as long as 9 years (the average is 5 to 7), so the decision to bring one into your home must be made carefully. In Western societies, the guinea pig has enjoyed widespread popularity as a household pet since its introduction by European traders in the 16th century. Their docile nature and responsiveness to handling and feeding, and the relative ease of caring for them, continue to make the guinea pig a popular pet.

  • Rabbits

    Rabbits make wonderful indoor pets. They are adorable and brimming with personality. Rabbits are intelligent, social animals who need affection, and they can become wonderful companion animals if given a chance to interact with their human families. Without human interaction, rabbits can get bored, even to the point of becoming lonely and depressed. While toys can alleviate some of their boredom, they still need human attention and interaction. Many rabbits also enjoy having another rabbit as a friend.

  • Canary

    Canaries are known for their beauty and their song and have been kept as pets since the 1400s. They are not companion birds and are better admired from afar, but this doesn't make them any less of a great pet. They do spend a lot of time in their cages, so you need an adaquately sized cage with perches on either end to provide them with maximum flying space.

  • Finch

    Finches come in a amazing variety of colors and patterns. There are many finch species available, and zebra finches, Gouldian finches and society finches are long-time favorites. Zebra finches are extremely social by nature and should always be kept in pairs or groups unless they have been hand-reared as pet birds.  They are generally friendly with other birds and each other, but some individuals can be bossy.

  • Cockatiel

    Cockatiels are one of the smallest parrots in the parrot family, and make lovable and intelligent pets. Cocktails are social pets who will mimic your voice and happily ride around on your finger or shoulder.

  • Lovebirds

    Lovebirds  are pint-sized bundles of joy. They have the full personality of parrots while being easy to house because of their size. Lovebirds are little clowns, playing for hours at a time. They love to hang from toys, spin them around, and dance on your shoulder. They also love to snuggle and preen.

  • Parakeet (Budgerigar)

    The budgie is the most popular pet bird in the world, although, in the United States, it is second in popularity behind the cockatiel. Budgies can amass large vocabularies. A budgie’s voice sounds like a 'sped up recording', so an owner might not even recognize that their budgie is talking!

  • VersZa™ Wave DreamFork Bedding Fork

    Manufacturer: Noble Industries, Inc.

    Hot pink and black manure fork. Co-polymer plastic resin tines provide maximum durability. Lightweight aircraft grade aluminum handle. Heavy-duty I-Beam rail and tine construction. C-Clip secures tines to rails. Outer tines form a basket for maximum use. Interchangeable tines available in multiple colors for customization. All Wave Forks™ are backed with a 5 year warranty.

  • ZuPreem® Smart Selects™

    Smart Selects™ is a healthy and balanced alternative to other daily bird food blends. This delectable combination of grains, seeds and fruit is full of delicious flavors your bird will love.

  • Sunburst Macaw Gourmet Bird Food

    Introducing Higgins NEW IMPROVED SUNBURST Gourmet Bird Foods. Sunburst is now available in species specific sizes: Macaw, Parrot, Conure and Cockatiel. Sunburst Macaw is a larger, chunkier blend with larger nuts and new ingredients like mango slices and dehydrated apple rings.

  • Weaver Leather Reversible Patterned New Zealand Wool Saddle Blanket

    Manufacturer: Weaver Leather

    A convenient, reversible design makes this 100% New Zealand wool saddle blanket a very functional choice. Weighs over 5 pounds. Turquoise and black on one side and lime and black on the other side. Measures 38" x 34".