Ideas For Christmas Toys And Gifts For Your Parrot

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You’ll want to give your Parrot a wonderful present this holiday season as a valued member of the family and lifelong companion. Here are a few of the Christmas-themed items we have on hand. 

Christmas Toys & Gifts For Your Parrot

Many of you will be putting up Christmas trees and tinsel, as well as displaying Christmas cards and dazzling lights. These items are all very tempting for your Parrot to chew on, so make sure you have plenty of festive themed toys that are safe for him to gnaw on instead.

 Rolls And Bells Plastic Bird Toy

A fun plastic toy for smaller and less destructive medium birds who like to make a noise!! With bells inside these barrel rolls for them to rattle and roll!

The Chunky Wooden Christmas Tree is a safer, more chewable alternatives to real Christmas trees.

Many Parrots love toys that make lots of noise. For larger Parrots, bells make a delightful sound, plus due to their shape it’s almost impossible for them to remove the parts inside.

Treats

Over the holidays, we’ll all be indulging in more food than we should, so why not reward our Parrots as well?

Most parrots love Parrot Fruit Cups, which come in a variety of flavours and include an optional wood feeding platform.

Prestige Bird Biscuit Condition Seed Pack 6

Provide 1 to 4 Prestige Biscuits per week These six light and tasty biscuit treat cakes with egg and condition seeds to add variety to your birds diet.

Gifts

This Christmas don’t just think about your Parrot; you might want to reward yourself or a fellow Parrot enthusiast. 

Jute Bag Pink African Grey Parrot

The Large PVC Picture Window Holds a Photo Print Inside of the Image Shown

Jute is Made from Natural Plant Fibers.

Mug Greenwing Macaw

Mugs are one type of bird-themed present that you or they might enjoy. Excellent Quality White Ceramic Glazed Coffee-Tea Mug with Full Colour Photo Image/Print

The Image is Duplicated and then Wrapped Around to Almost Reach the Mug Handle on Each Side suits left and right handed people. Microwave & Dishwasher Safe.

Recommendations

Remember to keep a watchful eye on your Parrot during the holidays. Christmas and New Year’s Eve celebrations usually include a lot of decorations, food, and alcohol.

Chocolate, wine, avocado, highly salty foods like salted peanuts, holly, ivy, and mistletoe are just a few of the items that are detrimental to your Parrot (if your bird is allowed to eat them.) Our blog from last year goes into greater detail about the dangers of these.

You should restrict or eliminate potential threats as much as possible so that you and your Parrot can enjoy the holiday season.

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