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1730 Foraging heart bird toy is a colored vine heart stuffed with brightly colored crinkly paper and adorned with colorful shred tubes and foam spacers, what more could your small to medium-sized feathered friend want ? they will just love to forage for the treats you have hidden inside or chew and pull on the
1730 Foraging heart bird toy is a colored vine heart stuffed with brightly colored crinkly paper and adorned with colorful shred tubes and foam spacers, what more could your small to medium-sized feathered friend want ? they will just love to forage for the treats you have hidden inside or chew and pull on the adornments. It measures approximately 6 inches high by 5 inches wide, comes complete with a quick link for easy cage placement. Color may vary from what is shown.
- Great toy for any aviary and easily installs in any birds playground. Can be used as a ladder.
- Large medium and small birds from parrots to cockatiels to conures will love this toy.
- The hearts and creative nature of this toy are sure to provide your pet healthy entertainment.
- As the toy fits in a variety of aviaries it can be used to remedy cage boredom for almost any bird.
- Made with high quality bird saffe supplies with your birds pleasures in mind.
Extremely Dangerous Toy Thanks to Rubber Stopper on a Toy Listed for Foraging Bird Near Death Dangerous toy, Epithet for Oliver, death by ToyOliver ,My 17 year old conure was a happy bird, toys changed regularly, he’s dead thanks to this dangerous toy. It looks innocuous and perfect for a bird that loves to chew–but it isn’t. A bright orange dowel at the top is rubber, not wood–and of course my bird chewed off large chunks of it, it stuck in his intestines although he managed to throw up a large portion of it. The vet xrayed him and saw a portion not passing through and…
Not safe for birds! My bird really enjoyed this toy, and I was about to buy another one. Unfortunately, when I saw something orange stuck in his beak, I took the toy out to investigate, and found there are pieces of *foam* on the toy. As you can see in the photo, he did a number on the orange piece. The other parts of this toy are great, but if you buy, beware of these foam pieces!
Great toy but had to cut a few pieces that werenât safe off. My birds loved his toy. Theyâve almost completely ripped it apart. The only thing I didnât like about it was that there was foam parts on the top that my birds tried to eat! I had to cut them off so they didnât invest foam.