Bird perch's special surface exercises her leg muscles
Easier on your bird's feet than other perches
Contours inspired by nature
Unlike conventional straight perches, these nature-inspired Pedicure Perches trim nails and beak, stimulate leg muscles, and promote healthy feet. Dual texture design pedicures and massages. Easily installed and removed for fast cleaning with soap and water. For use in addition to standard perches. Made of concrete. Mounting hardware included. Assorted colors.
Colorfast; will not bleed or fade. When attaching to cage, remove wing nut and outer washer. Insert bolt between cage bars, slide washer back over bolt and secure in place with the wing nut. Secure tightly to avoid snags, but do not overtighten. Washers can accommodate bar spacing up to 1".
Perch Sizing Chart
1/2" to 1"
Canary, Finch, Parakeet
3/4" to 1-1/2"
Cockatiel, Lovebird, Conure, Pionus, Lory
1-1/2" to 2-1/2"
2" to 3"
Large Cockatoo, Macaw
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Tips About Perches
Birds spend the majority of their time standing on their feet, so good perches are essential. Just as you prefer a comfortable pair of shoes, birds need comfortable perches. Birds also use perches to rub their beaks on to remove pieces of food. An ideal perch is easily cleaned, comfortable to the bird, and of the proper material and diameter to prevent foot problems. Perches may be stationary or swinging. All cage items, including perches, should be selected knowing that birds like to chew, shred, and destroy things; and therefore, items will often need to be replaced.
Beak care is critical for the overall health of your bird. Fortunately, with the variety of products on the market made specifically for caged birds, you can ensure your bird is getting all the nutrients she needs and be aware of any problems.
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.