Eliminate sharp nails and condition your bird's beak
Concrete bird perch offers the perfect manicure
Colorful conditioning bird perch also exercises legs and feet
Healthier nail AND beak conditioning is as easy as installing this fun perch. Sweet Feet & Beak Thermal-Lite Naturals Perch features a unique flared disc on the mounting end for the perfect beak "manicure." Clever conditioning bird perch further pampers your pet with nature-inspired perching surface that keeps nails trimmed while exercising legs and feet.
Install Sweet Feet & Beak Thermal-Lite Naturals Perch to give your bird an "in-cage" spa treatment! Nontoxic lightweight concrete bird perch maintains room temperature for added comfort. Clean easily with soap and water. Includes mounting hardware. Assorted colors.
7/8" diameter x 6" long
Cockatiels and Lovebirds
1" diameter x 9" long
Conures, Cockatiels and Lovebirds
1-1/4" diameter x 11" long
Small Cockatoos, Lories and Pionus
1-1/2" diameter x 13" long
Congo Greys, Amazon and Eclectus
2" diameter x 17" long
Parrots, Amazons to Macaws
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Place inside cage, put threaded rod through cage and fasten with washer and wing nut. Hold perch and tighten nut, do not twist the perch in order to tighten. Place slightly above your bird's normal perch to ensure optimum usage.
Sweet Feet & Beak has been tested by pet owners, veterinarians and bird breeders and has been found to trim the nails of all birds and stimulate the leg muscles and feet. The beak conditioner was found to keep the bird's beak trim in a naturally healthy state.
Will keep your bird's feet and beak healthy and make your bird a healthier pet
Providing the variety of perches your bird needs is easy and inexpensive. A wide range of perches is available commercially, and you can also fashion a number of suitable perches from natural materials.
Several furnishings are needed for the cage. These include perches, dishes, grooming supplies, nest box, cage cover, and toys. Ensure that when accessories are in the cage that the bird still has plenty of room to fly and move around.