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Rating: 4.6

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(4.6 out of 5, based on 13 reviews)

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Rating: 5

Grea toy for destructive birds!

posted 6 years ago

Birds should be provided with a large variety of toys, especially destructive toys, like this one. Birds love taking things apart, whether it be a paper cup or an expensive wooden toy. This is a cheaper alternative and is great, especially for lovebirds, budgies, 'tiels and conures. The toy itself comes in a variety of sizes and is very colorful - it easily captures the bird's attention. It also soothes birds who overpreen or pluck their feathers.

Pros: Great for chewers/over preeners/ plucking birds. Bored birds, great toy overall.

Cons: None

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collyn f.
Rating: 5

Keeps birds busy and exercised!

posted 6 years ago

my cousins grandmother has this toy for her bird and he adores it! he uses it all the time! its the best way to keep him occupied

Pros: birds love it

Cons: idk

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