PEACOCK 🦚

$17.99

🛍️ PEACOCK: This beautiful toy by Jungle toys, has colorful wooden pieces that can be twisted and maneuvered in any direction. This toy is suitable for almost all bird sizes. We have a budgie named Snowden that chews at this toy as if he is a large bird. The great thing about that is that it will take him a while to get through it and it will be long lasting. Our Mustached parakeet who is about the size of a Conure loves to climb toys and she actually uses this toy as a ladder and perches on it along with chewing it. This toy is perfect for African greys, Amazon parrots and Cockatoos who need o have their wood chewing fix. Although large Macaws will enjoy this toy, they will be able to go trough it in seconds. Better suited toys for large Macaws are Boa and Oragutan

ℹ️ MORE INFO: Jungle toys dyes their wood with water based food dye which is safe for your bird to chew on. 

📐SIZE: (Check out the video to see my birds playing with the toys as well as the size relative to your birds)

🦜 PARROT SIZE: Suitable for small and Medium parrots such as Quakers, Parrotlets, Budgies, Parakeets, Lovebirds, Lineolated Parakeets, Conures, Cockatiels, Ringnecks and similar sized birds.

💥 WHY BUY PARROT TOYS❓ Parrot Toys reduce depression. Providing toys for your birds, keeps their brains stimulated, bodies active and little hearts happy. A great parrot companion makes parrot toys a priority for their bird. By offering your bird an assortment of different parrot toy styles, you will reduce boredom, prevent depression and avoid self-destructive tendencies. Even the most attentive parrot owner should be aware that parrot toys are an important part of building a bird’s independence and ability to spend busy time alone. Quite often, a very loved bird can succumb to aggressive behavior and attachment issues if they haven’t built up their independence. This can create a Velcro bird and make it hard for parrot owners to conduct daily activities without including their bird. That’s why, making bird toys and play time a priority will always be beneficial to both you and your bird.

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