There are lots of different toys for your Meyer’s or Senegal to play with. Here we look at the different styles available and the most popular from each category.
A natural instinct for most Meyer’s or Senegal Parrots is to go foraging for food and chewable or reusable foraging toys let them indulge in this behaviour.
With chewable foraging toys they need to chew or shred their way through to get to the prize within and reusable foraging toys have a puzzle for a Meyer’s or Senegal to solve to uncover their reward.
The fun looking Unicorn Pinata comes with some treats inside, or you can add more.
The Treasure Hunt comes prefilled with lots of wood shapes for your Meyer’s or Senegal to find by moving them through the holes.
Cardboard and Paper Toys
For more shredding fun, check out these toys.
Birdie Bangles and Parrot Pipes are soft cardboard rings your Meyer’s or Senegal can shred.
The Shred It Toy has a long length of paper roll to unravel and break down into smaller pieces.
Wood and Rope Toys
Having wood to chew on helps to keep your Meyer’s or Senegal's beak trim. Ropes provide material for your bird to chew and preen, which can help prevent unwanted feather destructive behaviour.
There are so many layers of coloured wood on the Stacks and Spools Toy, hours of beak-pleasing pleasure for your Meyer’s or Senegal.
The Jumble Stacks has wooden blocks for more chewing fun.
Willow and Palm Toys
Come with masses of textures to pick, preen and unravel.
The Woven Wonders Coloured Pinata Toy, a woven palm leaf outer layer and an inner layer of natural fibres, is two chews in one for your Meyer’s or Senegal!
The Mega Munch Ball Stack comes with crunchy woven vine.
Coconut and Cactus Toys
Bird Kabobs are made from agave or cactus wood and are irresistible to most Parrots.
These lightweight toys are perfect for your Meyer’s or Senegal to hold in their feet. Not only is this a more natural way for your Parrot to play, it helps to keep their feet exercised too.
The Mini Seagrass Tumbler is good to unravel, crunch at and pick at.
Munch Balls are fun to chew and unravel.
The Sneaker Foot Toy can also be used to hide rewards inside for double the fun.
Not sure which toys to try first? Then consider a Toy Pack. You’ll get lots of fun and entertaining toys for your Meyer’s or Senegal to play with a try out. Plus, you save against single RRP’s.
Bells and Musical Toys
Perfect for noise-loving Meyers and Senegals.
The Buffet Ball with Bell is tough durable polycarbonate ball with a bell fastened inside. Can be used to hold treats and rewards in too.
Activity and Trick Toys
Give mental stimulation to your clever Meyer’s or Senegal.
The Teacher Toy teaches them colours, shapes and numbers, the Basketball Set the art of shooting hoops and Mimic Me simple words and phrases.
Acrylic and Metal Toys
Super tough, for your strong Meyer’s or Senegal to play with for a destructive playtime.
The Merry Go Round has acrylic parts to try and remove.
Swings and Climbing Toys
Encourage your Parrot to exercise through play, climbing, swinging and just generally showing off their fine acrobatic skills.
The Parrot Orbit is fun to climb, swing and hide in.
The Climbing Net has rope pieces for your bird to move around on.
A Coloured Bendy Ladder can be bent into loads of different shapes for your
Meyer’s or Senegal to enjoy.
You’ll know your Parrot best, please choose toys that you feel are suitable for your Meyer’s or Senegal’s level of destruction. As with anything new it can take some time for your Meyer’s or Senegal to accept a new toy. Introduce new toys slowly. Place it some distance away from your Parrot at first, then bring it closer to them as they become more confident.
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Always supervise your Meyer’s or Senegal during playtime. Regularly maintain toys, especially ropes or fibres. Remove if you feel it poses a hazard to your bird.
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