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Posted by PhoenixZorn on May 07, 2003 at 23:04:02:
In Reply to: Speaking of ... posted by TheNakedCowboy1 on May 07, 2003 at 22:21:28:
I know it's not the answer you were looking for, but mail order caging can be quite a bit less expensive than the chain stores who need to sell the cages at the price they are listed to turn a profit.
I can't suggest any specifically, but i can help you to avoid the bad ones. I won't mention names of the rip offs, as the companies may very well be sponsors of this site, but look for quality of craftsmanship and materials rather than size. Just because your new cage is huge doesn't mean it's worth $2000.00.
There are however cages that are more expensive that the larger ones, and much smaller. These cages are most likely the ones built by hand... in a basement, and not an assembly line, and attention to detail in the workmanship is usually high. You should chose carefully however, and always look for a supplier who knows more about just caging.
:Speaking of crappy pet stores ... I've been in a lot lately! I have been looking for a good setup and had no luck. I live in Colleyville, Texas, 76034. I really need someone that knows what they are doing ... anyone got any suggestions?