If you can't decide which new toy to buy for your Canary, have a read of this handy guide which describes the different options available to you.
In the wild your Canary or Finch would naturally go foraging for food. It gives them mental stimulation.
The Hol-ee Roller has many hexagonal holes where you can put edible goodies inside for your Canary or Finch to manipulate out.
Place treats on the Kabob for your Canary or Finch to take off.
Swings and Climbing Toys
Your active Canary or Finch gets exercise through play with these toys.
The Parrot Boing has over four feet of material for your Canary or Finch to walk around and climb on, exercising their feet as they go.
The Sisal Rope Ring has loads of knotted sisal rope wrapped around a swing that your bird can use for preening with.
Wood and Rope Toys
Your Canary or Finch can use the rope for preening with and wood for chewing on.
The Beaded Triangle is in an interesting, chewable triangle for littler beaks to chew on, along with wooden beads and rope for preening with.
Willow and Palm Toys
Willow and palm toys have lots of fibres to pick at and preen with.
Coconut and Cactus Toys
Have natural textures to chew on and forage in.
The Mini Bird Kabob is made up of the irresistible agave or cactus wood. Littler beaks can really get their beak into it. The Kabob Chips are smaller chunks of the same material.
You’ll know your bird best, please choose toys that you feel are suitable for your Canary or Finch. As with anything new it can take some time for your Canary or Finch to accept a new toy. Introduce new toys slowly. Place it some distance away from your bird at first, then bring it closer to them as they become more confident.
Always supervise your Canary or Finch during playtime. Regularly maintain toys, especially ropes or fibres. Remove if you feel it poses a hazard to your bird.
We believe in the quality of our products, but should you received a product that you feel doesn’t suit your Canary or Finch we offer a 90-day money back guarantee – click here for details.
Interested to learn more? We think you’ll enjoy reading these articles...
My Parrot is afraid of toys
How to get your Parrot to play with toys
What’s your Parrot’s play personality?
Why do Parrots need foraging toys?
Parrot toys – the importance of play
To be the first to read blogs like this, plus exclusive offers and the latest Parrot news, sign up to our newsletter. If you have a friend who you think may find this useful, feel free to share