Best bird baths according to redditors

We found 15 Reddit comments discussing the best bird baths. We ranked the 6 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Bird Baths:

u/preghin · 7 pointsr/PartyParrot

My budgies didn’t love to bath until I bought them that green bird bath. They use it as their watering dish and bath. You can buy it here!

u/Tweetie01 · 3 pointsr/budgies

Yeah I'm in the same situation, although I only had them for about three months. So what I have for mine is this bowl thing you attach to their cage and fill it up with water. I'll leave the room, go out and come back to see them drenched. Parakeets are very curious little things so I don't see why they won't try this.

u/Kiyoko504 · 3 pointsr/parrots Lixit Animal Care Savic Splash Giant Bird Bath here you go if this helps. Also shop around Amazon if this one is too large.

u/ProfessorChaos113 · 2 pointsr/budgies

Oh wow awesome, thank you!! They used to be in a smaller cage and I'd just go outside and get them sticks for perches, but we just set this new cage up and it's so spacious! I was thinking of getting one of those bird baths that you can attach to to the corner of the cage, like this one:

How do you get them to use it? lol

u/StringOfLights · 2 pointsr/parrots

Hi there - both birds are male. Wallace has the same blue cere as your bird. Charlie is one of those color morphs where the cere doesn't turn blue.

I'll do my best to ID everything. I included links so you can find product numbers if you need them.

  1. Lixit Quick Lock Bird Bath

  2. Happy Perch - as far as I know, they went out of business. They were a small company based out of Colorado that was badly affected by some flooding a few years back.

  3. Clean cup feeder

  4. Scooter Z Circle Circle - I cut the rubber ball off of the one in the cage because it got brittle. That's why it currently has pieces of Shredders in it!

  5. No idea on the brand, but it's a natural wood perch. The texture of the bark helps wear their nails down but it's more comfortable than the cement perches people sometimes use.

  6. "The Wave" toy from JW Pet Insight Activitoys - I pulled off the bell because the company wouldn't confirm it didn't have zinc plating. Parrots play with things using their mouths and anything zinc plated can cause zinc poisoning down the line.

  7. Booda Comfy Perch - there are several brands of rope perches out there. I've bought a few and they seem comparable. I have these in several sizes. My birds love them.

  8. Insight wood bird perch - Don't remember the size, sorry.

  9. Wood corner shelf - This takes up a lot of room in the cage so I wouldn't get one unless you think your bird will use it.

  10. JW Pet Company Insight Cuttlebone Holder

    My birds also have the Bird Kabob Mini and the Scooter Z Tropical Lily.

u/Doughnut77 · 2 pointsr/parrots

Hi, I'm so sorry for the late reply! Life threw me a curveball, but everything is okay again. Here it is!

Lixit Quick Lock Bird Bath

u/amarzipandildo2 · 2 pointsr/parrots

some recommendations for perches and toys from me:

u/budgiefacedkiller · 1 pointr/budgies

No problem! And yeah, don't get me wrong, I definitely do think bathing is important, I just don't think that birds should be forced to do it against their will. Probably where our advice vs other people's differ. At one time of another all of my birds have eventually bathed, given the chance.

I realize I totally forgot to include the link to the bath I use! Here it is haha.

u/nickels55 · 1 pointr/budgies

You don't have to buy these from this seller, it is just an idea for you:
and also any hanging shred toys with lots of straws, paper, and other stuff to keep them busy making a mess. This is also great:

u/Azerikk · 1 pointr/cockatiel

That is probably the same brand, it certainly operates the same, I have several of these too. The website just isn't cooperating in letting me find it. If you go to either of the large chain pet stores, they'd likely have them right next to these. The only real difference is instead of a deep crock mounted right down on the arm, it is a shallow dish on a bit of a plastic pedestal.

Edit: found it, that's Amazon but it should be at anyplace well stocked with bird stuff.

u/RedeemedJoshua · 1 pointr/Parakeets

Edit: Just watch these videos and hopefully you can learn something


You could spray him with a spray bottle (they're sold at Dollar Tree (and sometimes Walmart) if you don't have a clean one (with no chemicals/chemical residue))... but it would be hard to make a budgie bathe. I've owned lots of budgies over the years, and only a few willingly do it on their own.

I see you have a water tray already that looks similar to the "budgie bath" that is sold on Amazon...

You could also consider having something like this:

... But the bird would likely be afraid of it... and since it isn't tame, there probably wouldn't be a good place for it outside the cage anyway.

Birds usually have to feel safe and comfortable to want to bathe