Making toys for your
are pretty expensive for all that they are, which is some wood, some cord or
leather, and a little bit of plastic.
toys are designed for a bird to play on, most are designed for a bird to play
with, that is, to chew.
parrots are big chewers. Toys to hang on are great, but toys that can be ripped
apart are better, and toys that can be hung on and ripped apart are the
forget, for such a smart bird as a parrot, teaching them new things to do can
be just as fun for them as a new toy!
And for you, it's a good way to develop
positive interactions with your pet. You may think that petting their head is all there is to it, but your bird
is really paying a lot of attention to you and would LIKE to learn things from you. You are your bird's flock
leader, after all! So take advantage of this and train your bird to do things that amuse you, like fetching and
Hand made cheap toy ideas for your
Try ripping up long strips of plain paper and weaving
them in and out of the bars on your parrots’ cage. Your bird will have plenty of fun pulling out
the strips one by one and shredding them to pieces
A flattened toilet roll tube provides lots of chewing
Many parrots that I have met seem to have had a fetish
for toothbrushes. Possibly because they're easy to hold and they like the texture of the
bristles? I don't really know, but when you finish with your toothbrush, hand it over to your pet
When my Grey is out of his cage and starts getting
'fidgety', the best and pretty much only way I can keep him entertained while my back is turned it to
give him something to get his beak into! He will spend ages ripping things to