Always advise your customer to buy the toy most appropriate to their bird’s size. We’ve listed the recommended bird types underneath each product as a guide to help.
Wood is the most common material used to make bird toys, it is good for a Parrot’s beak to chew on. Other materials are often used, like rope for preening with and paper for shredding.
In chewable or reusable foraging toys, a bird must search for the reward hidden inside them. To do this, with chewable foraging toys they must chew or shred their way in, with reusable foraging toys, there is often a puzzle to solve, like moving platforms or twisting and turning the toy.
Both styles of toy provide a Parrot with lots of mental stimulation and help them to replicate their natural behaviour. They are no feeding dishes in the wild after all.
A Parrot can learn a new trick, like skating, bowling or even colours and numbers, with our activity and trick toys. It helps cement the bond between Parrot and owner too.
Building a new toy with toy-making parts helps to build the relationship with a Parrot and their owner as well. Toy-making parts are great for revamping current toys or building exciting new ones for a bird.
Foot toys give a Parrot lots of exercise through play, as they are light enough to be carried around in their feet or beak.
Others way a Parrot can have fun exercising is with swings and climbing toys. They can show off how fit and active they are using the ladders, nets and more.