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Rating: 3.3

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(3.3 out of 5, based on 6 reviews)

Yellow harness and leash combo lets you take your bird on the go. Veterinarian approved. The perfect fit for your precious bird.
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sharla f.
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Rating: 1

There are better options available

posted 6 years ago

there are too many clips involved and its difficult to put on. it tends to weigh the bird down and there isn't much provided as far as training your bird to use it. i prefer the aviator harness it is far superior

Pros: price

Cons: hard to put on and its heavy

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Dartfrog
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Rating: 5

Really imprested

posted 6 years ago

I had seen these around, but never got one untill a week a go. I thought my macaw would go nuts with one on, but she did great. I just wished I got one sooner.

Pros: Real easy to use

Cons: not any

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