Coops And Cages™

Coops and Cages Announces 2015 Price Updates for Rabbit Hutches

LogoPet owners are finding it a challenge to keep pet rabbits healthy as summer arrives. Storing is becoming harder as bunnies grow.

Coops and Cages Extends Help to Local Pet Charities

LogoAccording to, one of the largest global organizations for young people and social change, there are more homeless animals than homeless people with a number of 5 to 1. These homeless animals such as cats and dogs are mostly found on the streets. If the animal control found these stray cats and dogs, they would end up in the already overcrowded animal shelters. However, each year, there are about 2.7 million pets killed in these adoptive homes due to a serious lack of pet enclosures and other basic needs. To help remedy this problem, Coops And Cages joined the movement of donating pet enclosures to local pet charities.

Coops and Cages Says No to Canine Influenza

LogoBased on a recent news from Chicago (March 30, 2015), canine influenza is striking hundreds of dogs. It was reported that within a week, there were already more than 70 dogs that are afflicted with this disease. According to Natalie Marks, veterinarian of the Blum Animal Hospital, canine influenza is all over the land of Chicago and there were already some fatalities recorded.

Coops and Cages Creates Innovative Home Solutions for Poultry

LogoBased on a 2011 survey conducted by Rabobank, the global leader in Food and Agri financing and sustainability-oriented banking, meat forms an important part of the diet for most people around the world, and poultry meat comprises the 35 percent of the 285 million tonnes of meat consumed annually. In addition, Australia's chicken meat production has increased for more than 160 percent in the last two decades. But to ensure the steady production of chicken meat, chickens need to be fed and sheltered. To answer the demands of better chicken homes, Coops And Cages has created a variety of high quality chicken coops.

Coops and Cages Supports GlobalGiving Fundraising Project for Palomacy's Domestic Birds

LogoFrom 6 a.m. until noon or until funds run out on March 18, 2015, donations made to Palomacy Pigeon & Dove Adoptions online through the charity fundraising website, GlobalGiving, will earn a bonus match. GlobalGiving aims to match donations of up to $1,000 per donor at 30%. Proceeds from the fundraising project will go towards Palomacy's expenses in providing veterinary care and placement services for domestic, unreleased doves and pigeons in the San Francisco Bay Area that would otherwise be euthanized. Coops and Cages, a pet enclosures retailer and strong supporter of pet welfare, encourages the animal-loving community to lend a hand to the cause and receive a bonus in return.

Coops and Cages Expects More Lavish Spending on Pets Until 2019

LogoThe pet industry is poised to profit handsomely in the next four years until 2019 due to ever-increasing pet ownership and more expensive purchases, thanks to improving economic conditions. This prospect has gotten pet retailers keyed up on perfecting their products and services to create premium items and amenities that pet consumers expect in the market. Melbourne-based pet enclosures specialist Coops and Cages confirms this emerging trend, noting that as incomes rise with improving economies, more and more pet owners now prefer to shop at retailers that offer the best, even if more expensive, products and services.

Coops and Cages Warns Cold Is No Fun for Small Pets

LogoCoops and Cages, a Melbourne-based pet enclosures company, suggests small pet owners to proof their pets' shelters against harsh conditions, especially under the cold weather currently experienced in parts of the world. The pet housing retailer emphasises that pets need sturdy housing structures, especially if they are set up outdoors. Although this housing situation is not advisable in winter and cold weather, pet owners who elect to separate small pets from the household should ensure their pets have everything they need to withstand the elements.

Coops and Cages Sees Growth in Pet Pampering Services and Takeaway Meals

LogoPet pampering and other premium services should see a further boost in revenues in the upcoming year, says pet housing retailer Coops And Cages™. The Melbourne-based company bases predictions on the 2014 performance trend in the pet industry, which has seen record sales in the last few years. Apparently, Australians love to spoil their doggies and moggies. Pet pampering has been the fastest growing pet service industry in the country since the first half of the previous year. Among the services with the fastest growing demand are dog walking, pet boarding and animal grooming.

Coops and Cages Foresees Greater Opportunities from Ever-Climbing Pet Industry Revenues

LogoCoops And Cages™ believes that if the pet industry continues to move from strength to strength, they could expand the business and possibly consider offering franchise. The pet housing retailer says they might be able to invest in furthering development of the business possibly to seize a share of the national market. The company is currently on the lookout for opportunities to gain a greater foothold in key cities in the country, ready to scout for future locations.

Coops and Cages Discloses Plans for Expansion

LogoAlthough no definite plans are in place yet, Coops And Cages™ say they might be able to invest in an expansion of the business and possibly offer franchising opportunities in the future. These business developments are likely to come to fruition for the company should the pet industry continue its upward economic trend, which predictions say will hold. Coops And Cages™ continues to seek opportunities across Australia for future locations from which they can provide quality products to the communities in prospect areas. The company has yet to identify these locations.