Bird Toys For Parakeets


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Manufacturer: ‎Super Bird Creations

Item Weight: ‎0.64 ounces

Product Dimensions: ‎6.5 x 3 x 3 inches

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color: ‎Varies

Material: ‎Natural vine, crinkle shreds and plastic


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Item Weight: 12 ounces

Manufacturer: Deloky

Buyer's Guide: Bird Toys For Parakeets

Choosing Bird Toys For Parakeets

Selecting the best bird toys for parakeets can be somewhat of a challenge. There are so many different types, shapes, colors, and sizes available, it can make your head swim. In addition, these birds are active little birds, and they love to play with new toys. Here are some tips for selecting the perfect parrot bird toys:

Best Toys to Get For Parakeets

Parakeet Houses

Your pet parakeet needs a lot of activity and freedom. If you have a large house, consider purchasing two or three different parakeet houses that your parakeet can easily retreat to.

Parakeet Chew Toys

Some birds prefer chew toys, while others like sugary soft toys. Your pet's personality will determine which toy he or she will prefer. The easiest chew toys to create are those that are made of small hard rubber, as this is completely harmless to your parakeet and he or she will enjoy it. You can also use toothpicks, if you are on a budget.

Easy to Clean Toys

Many birds require toys that have multiple uses. Bird Toys For Parakeets are generally larger in size and can be very complicated to clean. Cleaning a Bird Toy is not as easy as it is for other toys. It is important to periodically give your bird toys a thorough cleaning.

Engaging Toys

Your pet birds need to have fun and physical activities. Toys that engage your bird's physical activities are very important for your parakeets. Bird Toys For Parakeets are generally large in size and will contain different pieces that your bird can interact with. They should have safe weight-bearing pieces so that your bird can climb on and off.

Safe Toys

It is very important that you choose toys that are safe to your birds health. There are many toys available that are designed to appeal to your parakeet's preferences, but are unsafe for your birds. If you have small children in your household, you should not introduce any new toys into the cage until you know that they are safe for your parakeet to use. The best way to find toys that your bird will enjoy is to find toys that appeal to all of your bird's interests. Sing a song that your bird seems to enjoy, and this will be a new avenue that they can explore when introduced to their favorite music.


Your feathered friend is going to need toys to occupy their time. There are many different toys that can be used to provide them with the stimulation that they need to be happy and healthy. Toys that give repetitive movements or those that "bribe" your feathered friend into playing with them include toys such as bells, toys that make noises, and soft toys that your birds can nibble at. Be sure to keep novelty bird toys away from your feathered pets cages because they will tend to play with these and may choke on them. Soft toys are best because they are safer for your birds and will prevent them from swallowing small parts that could be toxic.

Brightly Colored Toys

If you are feeding your feathered friend through a tube from their cage then it is important that you provide them with something to chew on during the day. One of the most recommended chew toys are bells that are brightly colored so that they appeal to your feathered friends. Brightly colored bells can be hung from the cage on string, looped around lead weights, or even tied to small pieces of food in the cage. Be sure that you only feed your bird the bells that are recommended for their species. If you use different colored bells and they attract different birds then you may have an unruly bird.

Safety Reminder:

Chew toys should never be given to a feathered friend, even if they seem to like it. Feathered friends are generally capable of developing an immunity to common household threats such as bacteria that causes food poisoning. They can also suffer from dental decay and chewing on their cage can create an opportunity for this. Even if your feathered friend chews on something that seems to be just a part of the cage, there is a good chance that the object is toxic. Always inspect what your feathered friend is chewing on before you remove any object from the cage. You might also wish to get your cage checked out by a vet before introducing new toys to ensure that your feathered friend is healthy and is unlikely to develop an immunity to them.
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