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Foraging Sphere - Starter Creative Foraging Toy for Parrots
- Constructed from polycarbonate, plastic and stainless steel, so lasts a long time
- Fill the sphere with treats, then see if your Parrot can get them out again
- Easy to use and gives mental stimulation
- Suitable for African Grey, Amazon, Cockatiel and more
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About this Product
An entry level toy for Parrots just learning how to forage.The Foraging Sphere is a skewer and a refillable clear ball with holes in that can hold a wide selection of your Parrot's favourite treats. Unscrew the treat ball, fill, close back up and hang in the cage. Then just watch as your bird's natural instinct begins to take over!
Length 26cm (10")
Diameter Of The Sphere 8cm (3")
Perspex, Stainless Steel
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Every Parrot is different and toys should be chosen with care to match your bird`s personality, as well as how strong and destructive they are. Many toys are made to be chewed and destroyed – that`s part of the fun – so if the toy doesn’t last as long as you expected this is probably because it wasn’t suitable in the first place.
The only toy that is 100% safe is the one that your bird never plays with. We strongly recommend close supervision, especially when introducing new or unfamiliar toys to your bird.
It is important to check toys regularly, you may need to repair or replace any which have become unsafe. Please pay particular attention to rope toys, any loose threads should be trimmed straightaway.
For further information on Parrot toys and safety please read Liz Wilson's article on Parrot Toys – The Importance of Play.
- African Grey
- Conure - Small
- Conure - Large
- Macaw - Small
- Meyers and Senegals
Please remember this information is for size guidance only - you know your bird best!
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