1) Do parrot toys need to be colored?
2) What if my parrot doesn't play with bird toys?
The small wood toys, larger acrylic toys
Small wood bird toys, to see if your parrot will chew wood. Some don't. If they chew the small wood too fast, go to the medium wood bird toys.
Larger acrylic toys because smaller toys can be more dangerous to parrots because they might easily break the plastic parts.
4) My parrot is afraid of bird toys, what should I do?
Introduce the toy. If your parrot is comfortable with you and trusts you, then if you're able to hold the toy, it means it's safe too.
Place the toy outside its cage and let your parrot go to the toy. Once your parrot is comfortable with the toy, you can place it inside its cage.
5) What is the best type of parrot toy?
There are a few different types of parrot toys. All are important and have functions to keep your parrots happy and stimulated. Please check out my other article for information about different types of bird toys and their importance.
Foot toys, shreddable, wood toys, puzzle toys
It's best to have different types of toys for your parrot to enjoy. It does take time to figure out the best toy for your parrot, but when you do, your parrot will appreciate it so much.
Always remember, new toys should be supervised when first given.
For parrot toys, visit www.pdsparrotshop.com
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Author: Monika Sangar
Co-founder of Prego Dalliance Sanctuary, Artisan of PDS Parrot Shop
Monika Sangar, the co-founder of Prego Dalliance Sanctuary, a 501c3 non-profit organization, uses these blogs to share her hands-on experience with parrots.
She is a designer and artisan at PDS Parrot Shop, and her craft can be viewed below. (click on logo)
PDS is a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit organization (tax id #46-2470926) PDS parrot shop makes parrot toys to help fund our sanctuary, Prego Dalliance sanctuary, 501c3, non-profit. www.pdsnonprofit.org