Textured plastic base gives comfort grip and massages feet
Smart bird perch design features real pumice on the sides to trim claws and condition beaks. The textured plastic base your bird stands on has irregular shapes to massage feet. Diameter varies, too, like a real tree branch. Plastic mounting hardware included. Assorted colors.
Unlike heavier cement perches, this perch features a lightweight plastic base. Even the plastic attachment hardware is easy to use and difficult for your bird to destroy. Pumice coating on sides is considered safer than sand perches. Nontoxic and safe for your bird.
For best results, position the Safety Pumice Perch slightly above your bird's normal perch to ensure optimum usage. Place perch with smooth side up, so the ends of your bird's nails come into contact with the pumice on the side of the perch.
Finches, canaries, small budgies, lovebirds, and other similar size birds
Conures, Lories, Cockatiels, and other similar size birds
Pionus, small Cockatoos, Timneh African Greys, and other similar size birds
Congo African Greys, Amazons, and other similar size birds
Parrots, Amazons, Macaws, and similar size birds
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Care & Use Instructions: Just as with toys, perches should be cleaned and checked weekly. Look for signs of damage or weakness, including the end of the perch where it attaches to the cage, as this is an area where many birds like to chew. Immediately remove and replace any damaged perches.
Cleaning Your Safety Pumice Perch
Remove perch from the cage to clean. Wash the entire perch, including the attachment hardware, with a nontoxic soap and water solution. Rinse thoroughly and pat dry with a clean towel. Make sure all moisture has evaporated before replacing in the cage. Weekly cleaning of toys and accessories is recommended to minimize bacteria buildup.
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.