Corn Cob Bird Toy from Bob's
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Corn Cob Bird Toy From Bob's

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Rating: 4.7

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(4.7 out of 5, based on 3 reviews)

Here's a fun way to offer your bird chewing exercise and a treat at the same time! Chunks of real corn on the cob are strung with colored wooden blocks and a bell for an entertaining change of pace. Parakeets, cockatiels and love birds will have a great time!
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Mitch O.
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Rating: 5

Great toy

posted 6 years ago

we bought one of these and our mini macaw chewed off all of the corn in a few days. so we bought another one. same thing happened. so we started to make our own to save money.

Pros: plenty to chew on

Cons: none

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