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Hide and Treat Puzzle Parrot Toy
- Hide treats inside, then let your Parrot enjoy getting them out again
- Provides mental stimulation for intelligent Parrots
- Occupies them for hours
- Hide treats in the hollows, then see if they can get them out again
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About this Product
The fun foraging reward game you and your Parrot can play together.Spending time with your bird whilst playing with interactive toys such as this Hide-A-Treat Puzzle Parrot Toy is a great way to build and reinforce the bond between you.
The Hide A Treat Puzzle is a chunky wood base with nine wells drilled into it and nine hollow wood pegs.
Place food, a treat or other reward into the wells and cover using the pegs, then hand over to your bird.
If your bird isn't used to such puzzles let your bird watch you hide the treats, you can even show them that by lifting and pulling the pegs out they can uncover a reward.
Each peg also has a small hole drilled into the side, which can be seen even when the pegs are placed into the wells.
You could even start off by wedging small treats in these holes; your bird is likely to pull the peg out to get a better grip, thus encouraging them to remove the pegs.
As your Parrot becomes more skilled try hiding treats in just some or only one of the wells, so your Parrot works harder for their treat.
As the pegs are hollow you could advance to using larger treats that you can wedge inside the peg, which should take your bird longer to figure out and remove.
Even though this is quite a simple concept the benefits to your bird's mental health is huge, plus it's fun!
Height 13cm (5")
Diameter 13cm (5")
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
- Macaw - Large
- Meyers and Senegals
Please remember this information is for size guidance only - you know your bird best!
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