Dogs love to take walks and many other pets enjoy getting outside. How do you take your bird out of the house?  Getting fresh air and exposing birds to different environments can help with socialization and simply put, being happy.

Some birds may not like to leave the cage so you as their pet parent will need to make decisions based on your bird’s personality and behavior.

Bird harnesses are necessary if you are bringing your bird outside and not in a cage. Remember, it only takes one time for your bird to fly away. Even a bird with clipped wings can fly, when spooked.

We carry The Aviator Harness that is escape proof and comes in sizes to fit a parakeet to a chicken.


Now your companion has the freedom to exercise, fly and explore any area without escaping your control. Click here to shop for The Aviator Harness!

Check out the variety of colors and sizes:






Sizing recommendations:

Petite: 75 – 110 grams Lg. Parakeets, Sm. Indian ringnecks, Cockatiels, Sm. Conures (Green cheek, Brown throat)


XSM: 110- 190 grams Quakers, Senegal, Doves, Med. Parakeets (Indian ringneck, Port Lincoln) Rainbow Lories, Rosellas, Noble Macaw, Lg. Conures (Suns, Jendays, Nanday, Blue Crown), Caiques.


Small: 190-425 grams Amazons (Lilac Crown, Blue Front) Timneh grey, Yellow Collar Macaw, Sm. Cockatoos (Goffins, Major Mitchell, Galah, Lesser Sulfur) Lg. Parakeets, Chattering Lori, All Pionus


Medium: 425-600 grams. Eclectus, Med. Macaws (Severe, Red Fronted) Lg. Amazons (Double Yellow, Yellow Nape) Umbrella, Congo Grey, Eclectus.


Large: 600-1000 grams. Lg. Macaws, Triton, Sm. Moluccan


XLarge: 1000-1600 grams .Lg. Moluccan, Green Winged Macaw, Hyacinth


XXLarge: 1600+ grams. Extra Large Hyacinth, Green Wing Macaws (Mostly Males), Chickens, Geese, Pheasants






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