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Birds are not only beautiful but are lively, engaging, loving companions. Return their love and bring out their best by providing them challenging toys. Play enriches their lives and can contribute to increased longevity and well being. For pets as intelligent and curious as birds, play is essential for their happiness.

To avoid boredom and increase engagement, you should give your feathered friends a variety of toys and rotate them regularly. Meric’s rattan shredding foraging toys are hand-packed with exciting various textures and colors that let finches and conures forage for their favorite color or search for what makes that crinkly sound. They can climb and swing from our ball toys, ring the bell, and go wild shredding our toys like a pinata!

Birds love our toys so much we packaged two so you can always have a back-up!

Meric Rattan Shredding Foraging Toys, Speed Bag for African Grey

CURRENT ISSUE
September, 2021

No. 106 (9)

2020 Impact Factor: 9.941 Submission > Acceptance: 52 days
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