- Product Dimensions: 6 x 1 x 6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B0002FP43Q
- Item model number: 03112
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (20 customer reviews)
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Planet Pleasures Rainbow Zig Zag 30' x 1" Roll Small Size Bird Toy
- Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy is a unique product made of woven palm leaves
- This is the perfect shred able toy for all birds
- Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy is soft enough for little guys and inexpensive enough for the most destructive of birds
- The Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy has hundreds of uses around the cage
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Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy is a unique and product made of woven palm leaves. This is the perfect shred able toy for all birds. Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy is soft enough for little guys and inexpensive enough for the most destructive of birds. The Planet Pleasures Shredders Bird Toy has hundreds of uses around the cage. Great for feather pikers.
Size: Natural Small | Style: Zig-Zag
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This is the first time I've ordered the natural, non-colored shredders. The last time I purchased these it was from a local bird shop- it was the same product but they were multicolored palm leaf strips.
What I've found that works best is to cut off about 6 inches to 1 foot of the roll and then tie it in a bunch of knots on the sides of their cages and to the bottom of some of the long wooden bowels. They will pick at these and chew them up until they fall off of the wooden bowels to the bottom of the cage. That is when I cut off another strip and retie it to the cage and wooden perches.
There are only two problems with this product, as I see it. The first is that it's hard to do as the package says and tie an end of the strip around a perch -- it's much too wide and stiff to be able to secure it that way. Weaving it between the bars works very well, though; the stiffness helps it stay in place. The second problem is more serious, but one I anticipated: the ends of the strip, once the birds have been at them, end up becoming tangles of stringy fibers. I've heard too many horror stories about birds getting toes or necks caught in strings, so I check the strip both morning and evening and clip off the frayed ends. I would recommend this toy only if you're willing to devote the time and attention to making sure it doesn't have a chance to become a hazard to your birds.