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JW Birdie Basket Ball Activity Bird Toy

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Join in the fun and teach your small bird the art of shooting hoops!

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Last updated on 8th December 2016
3.50In stock
Basketball (300100) - 3.50
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With a shiny mirrored backboard surface for instant attention, the Birdie Basket Ball Activity Bird Toy is designed to be easily picked up by tiny beaks.

The Basket Ball has been attached to a chain to ensure rebounding fun all day long! All designed to stimulate birds both physically and mentally.
 
 

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 4 / 5

3 out of 3 (100%) reviewers recommend this product

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5 / 5
The Product Is Great
17th October 2014
Anonymous
My Parrots: Budgie
Location: Leominster, United Kingdom
I bought this for my budgies and they love it not got the ball in basket yet but they are only 8 weeks old
I recommend this product
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3 / 5
Not for African grey!!
25th November 2012
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
Owner type: Pet Parrot Owner
Good little product however not suitable for African grey as he demolished most of it. It does feel very strong but I perhaps gave it to wrong type of bird!
I recommend this product
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5 / 5
Great For Introducing Foraging Behaviour
19th February 2015
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: Indian ringneck
Location: Stockport, United Kingdom
I bought this for my Indian ringneck when he was a young bird to introduce him to foraging. I put bits of food in the basket then put the ball on top. Then he will come along, take the ball out of the basket and eat the treat. He still uses this now and I put it on the outside of his cage to encourage him to come out. I did however remove the mirror because he would just sit in front of it all day.
I recommend this product
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