All PetsWay locations (except Nixa) will carry a variety of Canaries, Conures, Cockatiels, Doves, Finches, Lovebirds, Parakeets and Quakers. The availability of each type of bird may fluctuate. For more information on availability, please contact your nearest location. We carry food and supplies for these birds plus for larger parrots, Macaws and Cockatoos.
The Finch is a friendly, low-maintenance bird, ideal for a bird-enthusiast whose concerns include space and noise. These colorful birds can live anywhere from 5 to 20 years.
Known for their cheerful chirps, colorful feathers, and high energy, these little birds are social and friendly, and love hanging out with their human friends. Parakeets will always be eager to keep you company, and can live from 15 to 18 years.
Though the Canary is known for its trademark yellow, these birds can come in a variety of colors. Canaries have a friendly nature and a love of company. When the canary was domesticated in the 17th century, it became a popular feathered companion, even among English and Spanish royalty.
This small, affectionate parrot makes a wonderful pet. They love toys, chatting with their human friends, and really thrive on attention. True to their name, lovebirds are known for their strong pair-bonding. This bird can live anywhere from 10 to 20 years.
Doves are peaceful, sweet-tempered birds that love people. This friendly bird thrives in gentle and nurturing environments, making it the ideal pet for older children and adults. Like many other feathered friends, doves enjoy lots of attention and socializing.
Cockatiels are highly intelligent, inquisitive birds that love being a part of the action. These birds also strive to develop strong bonding relationships with their owners and can be very affectionate. These birds can live between 10 and 20 years.
This friendly, vocal bird will keep you busy chatting. The Conure is active, bold, sometimes silly-natured, and very skilled at learning tricks. Like other parrots, Conures form strong bonds with humans. These birds can live from 15 to 20 years, though don’t be surprised if they’re still with you around year 40!
Quaker Parrots, also known as Monk Parakeets, are friendly, highly-intelligent birds that can develop a wide vocabulary. The Quaker Parrot is very chatty, so don’t be surprised if it starts mimicking your favorite catchphrase early on. This social bird can live from 10 to 30 years.
African Grey Parrots
African Grey Parrots are regarded as one of the most intelligent birds in the world, and have even been documented mimicking other bird calls. African Grey Parrots like one-on-one attention, toys, and exercise. These parrots can become verbally social as early as three years old, and have a lifespan of 25 to 50 years.
Amazon Parrots are playful birds that love spending time with their human friends. They require a lot of affection and attention, and have been known to entertain their owners with goofy behavior. Amazon Parrots have an expected lifespan of up to 20 years, but can live as long as 50 years with proper care.
Macaws are friendly, playful birds that are eager to learn their owners’ favorite phrases. These parrots love to socialize, stretch their legs and wings, and have been known to blush when excited. Macaws can also develop strong bonding relationships with their favorite human, and are known to be a bit possessive. These colorful birds can live from 30 to 50 years.
These birds are friendly, affectionate, and love to cuddle. Cockatoos make a great addition to any home. They are very social creatures who love and need a lot of quality time with their owners. While not as verbose as some other parrots, Cockatoos can learn words and phrases, and can live from 30 to 40 years.