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Parrot`s Treasure - Tough Foraging Toy for Parrots

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Made from tough polymer, nickel-plated chain and stainless steel to resist chewing, Parrot`s Treasure is designed to keep your bird occupied for hours.

4/5
Last updated on 25th August 2019
15.99In stock
Parrot`s Treasure (37809) - 15.99
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Teach your bird to turn and pull the keys to unlock the treasure chest shaped toy to make the bottom drop and reveal the hidden treasure!

Turn and pull the stainless steel keys to unlock the lid and hide your Parrot`s favourite treat inside. Close the lid and lock by pushing and turning the keys.

Hang in the cage and watch instinct take over! When the keys are unlocked the bottom drops open to reveal the treat.

Lock one or both keys to suit your Parrot`s skill level.
 
 

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Product Reviews
 4 / 5

4 out of 5 (80%) reviewers recommend this product

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5 / 5
Nice
22nd January 2013
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
Owner type: Pet Parrot Owner
A nice way for my parrot to exercise his mind.. He loves it allready.
I recommend this product
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5 / 5
Good buy for a clever parrot
25th August 2010
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
Owner type: Pet Parrot Owner
Location: Dublin, IRL
My cockatoo figured out the toy in two minutes and it is one of the favoritest toys and now she goes for the toy straight away after she sees me filling it.
I recommend this product
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2 / 5
Good idea but not for birds who get bored easy
4th May 2010
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
I bought this for my Umbrella Cockatoo, I've wasted so much money on wooden toys (even Java wood) which all come to the unfortunate fate of a pile of sawdust on the bottom of the cage. I decided to invest in some acrylic type toys. Whilst the toys are very well made they come with cheap hanging chains with split links. If you own a bird who takes great pleasure in watching things fall from a great height which make a huge CLANG noise on the bottom of the cage you will waste your money with this item. As for the puzzle my bird solved this within 40 minutes and despite me forever filling the chest up with some goodies he had it undone in less than 2-3 minutes each time. I cannot stand there all day filling it up with things so eventually my U2 got bored of it hanging there and bit straight through one of the split links. This renders the toy useless as it needs the chain to function properly.
I recommend this product
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5 / 5
parrot's treasure great purchase
22nd December 2009
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
We bought this product a year ago. Started of by removing the inner pins which keep the keys in place so that our parrot could just pull the key out. We started with just one key and she completed task within twenty minutes or so. Kept using the treasure chest like for a couple of days (two peanuts a day). On third day put in two keys and once again used it this way for a couple more days. After one week replaced one of the retaining pins in one key and within a couple of day replaced the second pin. After two weeks she could open both keys and is now at a stage that she can open the chest and and claim peanut quicker than we can load the chestThe main thing is to start off with just one key this stops the bird getting frustated and losing interest in the toy Currently filming Pebbles to go on Utube. Excellent purchase if you bird enjoys peanuts and takes an interest in foraging toys
I recommend this product
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3 / 5
Depends.
14th May 2009
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
It really depends how your parrot takes it, I have a cockatoo and a caique and they both had a strugle with it, however it does get them thinking but stresses them out a little when they have had enough, I felt if they didnt pick it up at the start they eventually give up on it. Only locking one lock at the start slightly is vital i think so that it gets used to the fact that it can unlock it if it tries. But overall its good to keep them thinking an idea is to take it out and put it back in after a couple of weeks, so they can take another shot.
I recommend this product
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