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Creative Foraging Push and Pull Parrot Toy

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Fill with foods such as pellets, nuts, and dehydrated fruit to promote healthy foraging behaviour.

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Last updated on 13th December 2018
18.99In stock
Push and Pull (371268) - 18.99
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The Push and Pull Parrot Toy is part of the Creative Foraging range, great for promoting and challenging your bird to forage.

The clear design allows your bird to easily see their reward and the challenge ahead. Unscrew the top of your bird's Push and Pull Parrot Toy and fill the top section with food and treats. Now screw the lid back on and hang in your Parrot's cage using the stainless steel chain and quick link.

Now watch as your bird's naturally inquisitive mind works out how to make their rewards fall through to the bottom chamber where they can be retrieved and enjoyed.

There are three slats, each has two holes in which your Parrot must learn to push and pull until they line up with the holes in each chamber. Once lined up the food or treats will start to fall through to the next level.

Watch as your bird repeats the task on each slat until their rewards empty out in the bottom chamber. A great way to make meal times fun!
 
 

Top Rated Foraging Toys for Parrots - Reusable

 
 
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1 / 5
Very Disappointing
26th November 2017
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: Amazon
Location: United Kingdom
Every thing I have tried so far is either to big or simply bridges and blocks the holes. The label says fill pellets, nuts, dehydrated fruits etc - did the manufacturer actually try putting anything in this and test it because none of those would have any chance of working!
I don't recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thanks for your feedback, I am sorry you were disappointed in this toy, I will pass it on to the product team.
1 / 5
Almost Useless
17th February 2016
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
My Parrots: African Grey
Location: United Kingdom
This toy just creates more effort for me and less for my bird, a Congo African Grey. I have to spend hours chopping up nuts and Harrisons Power Treats so that they will fit through the tiny holes in the push-pull sticks. All the bird does is shake it about and the food falls through. The foraging wheel is so much better. P.S. I also do not like that this review box will not allow any special punctuation e.g. apostrophes and brackets.
I don't recommend this product
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Northern Parrots: Thank you for your comments, we will look into whether the review box could be improved. We'll look into the design of the Push and Pull for you as well.
1 / 5
Too Easy
6th November 2011
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
Owner type: Pet Parrot Owner
Firstly, I was disappointed that you could only fit very small treats ie shelled p-nuts through the openings. Secondly, my african grey just shakes the whole thing from side to side until the treats appear at the bottom - almost immediately. No need to push or pull. Not much skill or thought required at all really. He, of course, loves it!Much prefer - parrot's treasure, turn 'n' learn logs, rings of fortune, and snack rack, all of which you can fit a larger treat in and require a bit of effort and thought - especially good for lafeber's nutri-berries.
I recommend this product
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