These toys are for the tough beaks. The rough beaks. The "need this to last more than an hour" beaks.
Offering your bird foraging opportunities is one of the most effective and life-enriching ways to keep your parrot healthy - mentally, physically, and emotionally.
Our parrot toy line uses environmentally friendly, sustainable raw materials. Each toy is carefully designed and handmade with your birds' well-being in mind. Yes, you read that right...
Each and Every Toy is HANDMADE!
The craftspeople who make our toys have received prizes and awards for talent, creativity, and dedication to their products. Working with a certified Fair Trade cooperative, as well as other organizations, these toys provide gainful employment and support for over 500 families!
We have also extended our toy line to include Birdkabob toys because not only do our birds LOVE them, but they meet our standards for health and safety and they are GREAT beak conditioners! Birds also love the feeling of satisfaction they get from being able to completely destroy this toy.
*Due to the limited quantity of toys we deem safe enough for our line they have a high chance of reappearing every 3 months or so. There will always be 1 Kabob and 1 Halo toy in each box if available. These have been voted as 2 favorites!
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Need help determining what size and what bundle to get? Check out all the images in this product for our "info-graphic" that will help you determine the best choice for your bird!
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For utmost safety, all toys, whether ours or another company's, should be used during monitored playtime. While we make sure our products are made of the safest materials available, there are always accidents that could occur that are not able to be foreseen. There is no such thing as a 100% safe bird toy, but we feel that with the extreme measures we take to ensure safe materials are used, the benefits of having toys outweighs the risks if monitored and handled properly.