Wooden Block Chewing Bird Toys for Parrots, African Greys, Budgies, Cockatiels, Parakeets, Lovebirds
- Material: safe wood, eatable colour, ,non currosive metal.
- Used for all size bird spy for extra larg bird like macaw ,cockatoo, African grey parrot as a chewing toy.
- Crafted for small animal, bird to grind and exercise their teeth.
- Non-toxic wood protect with natural therapy -no treated or toxic species.
Why birds need toys?
Allowing your bird to chew on toys helps keep his beak in shape, as well. Another instinct that toys fulfill is the need to forage. Because pet birds spend a majority of their time on their feet, interactive toys help birds stay active and receive exercise.
It is very common for birds to become bored and develop behavioural problems. Toys solve this problem by keeping your bird so busy that he won't resort to feather-picking or excessive screaming.
Why do birds play?
All play that wild birds may use helps them develop necessary survival skills. Chasing play strengthens wing muscles and helps young birds develop greater agility in the air, or for terrestrial birds, strengthens their legs and helps them be more agile when running.
Toys also give your bird a challenge and encourage him to solve a problem. Puzzle toys create an engaging environment and motivate your bird to use problem-solving skills. To provide your bird with additional stimulation, offer him toys with a variety of textures, sounds, sizes, tastes, and colours.
Toys are necessary for your bird's physical and mental well-being.
Wooden chewing bird toy play very role in keeping them engaged or to make them feel lively even in the cage or in absence of owner.
Generally owner can't take care of birds 24*7; in such situation science says that there should be a simulator. Bird toys are nothing but the simulator.
Young birds continuously play with these toys and this playtime forms the learning period in their life. Birds learn textures and shapes; it also helps to develop coordination and dexterity.
Natural activities like climbing and swinging are executed through and on toys.
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