ere are some top toy tips for you.
Choose toys suitable for your Parrot’s strength.
Trying a variety of toy types helps you discover what your Parrot prefers. Toy packs offer variety at an affordable price
Introduce new toys to your Parrot slowly, as they can be wary of new things.
Build a collection and rotate toys to keep playtime fresh and interesting.
Always supervise your Parrot when they are playing with toys.
Use positive reinforcement training to teach your Parrot new skills.
Foraging toys help your Parrot replicate their natural feeding behaviours.
Routinely check your Parrot’s toys to ensure they are safe – trim loose ropes and thread for example.
Materials your Parrot can preen on can help prevent unwanted over-preening behaviours
Avoid or change the parts on toys with key-ring styled split rings and connectors like on dog leads – as these can become stuck on your Parrot’s beak.
Try placing / moving toys in to different locations around their cage, sometimes this can encourage your bird play with it more.
Playing with the toy yourself can help your bird understand it is safe and they can interact with it.
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