Bird Toys

Keep your pet bird happy and healthy with toys made just for him. Bird toys can challenge your feathered friend and keep him entertained, helping to prevent bird cage boredom that can sometimes lead to destructive behavior.A great way to keep your little friend busy is with the Super Bird Creations Foraging Basket Bird Toy. The brightly colored wood blocks provide a satisfying outlet for chewing while the 100% natural cotton and sisal rope helps encourage preening. You could also entertain your bird with the JW Pet Activitoy Birdie Guitar Toy, which features a reflective surface along with enticing textures and sounds. This fun, interactive toy is specially designed for Parakeets, Cockatiels and similar sized birds. The three bells that dangle from the instrument base are made to engage your pet bird's senses. Provide further mental stimulation and a sense of adventure with the Prevue Pet Products Natural Coco Hideaway with Ladder Bird Toy. It's made from 100% natural, eco-friendly Hevea wood branches, coconut shell and sisal rope to encourage foot and beak exercise. It connects easily to your bird's cage with quick-link attachments. Treat your bird to some fun with the help of bird toys plus noisemaking bird toys—and stimulate his mind and promote exercise too. Shop the best bird toys here on Chewy today!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Bird Toys

What kinds of toys do birds like?

The kinds of toys birds like include hanging bird toys, chewable toys, puzzle toys and toys they can climb, perch on, roll, move and bat. Foraging bird toys bring out instinctual bird behaviors, and toys with lots of texture and fun shapes provide added interest and intrigue. Chewy has an excellent selection of bird cage toys, so you should have no trouble finding some your feathered friend will love!

What are the best bird toys?

The best bird toys are those that will keep your bird entertained and encourage healthy chewing, climbing, exploring and play behaviors. Birds enjoy activity center toys with lots of shapes and textures, and foraging baskets; hanging toys are always a hit, too! Bird toys that roll are great for the bottom of the cage, or try a shredder toy made from natural fibers; birds love natural toys they can destroy!

How many bird toys should you put in a bird cage?

You should put three to five bird toys in a bird cage, although some people swear by more or even less. Most experts recommend against cluttering the cage with too many toys, and suggest rotating bird cage toys often to keep your bird occupied and interested. Experiment with just a few different toys and see how many your bird likes and which ones he likes best.