Jw Pet Jw Pet Tilt Wheel 31002 P508799BCW-208537 https://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BCW/BCW-208537.jpg Jw Pet Tilt Wheel 31002 508799 0.16lbs 0.56 2.88 0.58
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Jw Pet Tilt Wheel - 31002

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Product Description

UPC: 618940310020

• Toys were developed to exercise the bird s body and mind.

• They were developed through direct observation of bird behavior.

• Parakeets, cockatiels, and other small birds require stimulation and exercise for well-being.

Ingredients: Plastic.

Dimension: .583x2.875x.562

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By PhD professor "PhD professor"
Date Added: Tuesday 16 July, 2013
My spoiled parakeet has many, many toys. Out of ALL of them, this is probably his second favorite. He plays with it all the time, spinning the mirrors, singing to the pretty bird in the mirror and feeding the bird. He doesn't even mind that it is pink! I have to clean the toy often (not hard at all with bird poop wipes) but I am glad to do it because it tells me how much he enjoys playing with it. Mirrors in general are always a good thing...but mirrors that spin?...bird heaven!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
By Winged Wench "Lisadawn Schram"
Date Added: Friday 22 February, 2013
My female african red belly parrot (a bossy beak!) loves this toy. Our first one lasted about five years until she decided she wanted to hold the mirror in her foot, and working at it for months finally managed to remove the spinning mirror from the cage attachment. Then of course, it was taken away from her. I was concerned that this toy would not stand up to a hookbill, but it lasted far longer than I ever thought, and we're on our second one. I would not recommend this for any bird larger than a conure, and keep an eye out for when/if they manage to separate any parts. It's all acrylic, durable, and safe-but once that mirror got pulled out I was no longer conmfortable with it being in pieces. Highly recommended.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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