This award winning perch is one of the best known and respected in the industry. In the wild, birds are exposed to a wide variety of textured surfaces that are mother nature’s way of keeping their nails and beaks conditioned. Only the SF&B Patented Safety Pumice Perch™ gives your bird the comfort grip for their tender pads and a textured pumice surface needed for keeping nails in a healthy state of trim. And there is no concrete here - just strong plastic and pumice. Birds and professionals love it!
- Patented design with smooth comfort grip on top and pedicure pumice on sides for grip and nail health
- Safety cap to mount perch - no metal hardware sticking out of your cage
- One of the lightest perches available
- No concrete surface
- Stimulates leg muscles and promotes healthy feet
- Non-toxic and safe for your bird
- Patent 6.619.236
For use with African Greys, Amazons, and other similar sized birds.
Patented Safety Pumice Perch™ - Large
I have bought various types perches from sweet feet. all the perches have been great for maintaining Olive"s nails in between vet visits!!!
I thought these perches were great. I like the smooth surface on the top and bottom to protect their feet. It also helps keep their nails in check. My Yellow Naped amazon and my cockatiel just love them. Would definitely purchase again when needed.
We finally have perches that makes sense to the health and well being and confort of our sweet baby bird
I have a large Moluccan Cockatoo and a Yellow Naped Amazon. I’ve had my birds for 25 years. We’ve used many different perches over the years and I’ve found these to be the best. Both of my birds love these perches. I purchased the medium for my Amazon and the large for my Cockatoo. They both have other perches (concrete, wooden, rope) in their cages, but they hang out mostly on their pumice perches. They do help to keep the girl’s nails trimmed as well. They do need replacing after awhile as they wear down. I’m very happy with this product because my birds are happy. 🥰
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What is the diameter and length of each of the Safety Pumice Perches?
The XS is 1/2" x 6"; Small 1" x 8"; Medium 1.25" x 12"; Large 1.5" x 12"; XL 2.25" x 14". Hope that helps.
What is the difference between the Patented Safety Perch and the Patented Safety Pumice Perch?
The Safety perch is a concrete perch, while the Safety Pumice Perch is molded plastic. Both have our patented design that provide a smooth surface for the pads of the feet and textured sides for safe, strong grip and nail conditioning. The concrete perch has textured concrete for the grips, while the Pumice Perch has pumice. Both perches have their fans. The plastic Pumice Perch is loved for its light weight and ease of cleaning. May vets and rescue groups use it for those reasons.
Hi, I am from Australia and need help determining what size Safety Pumice Perches I require for my birds. Budgies & Ringneck Parrot. Thank you
For the budgie I would recommend a small sized perch, unless the budgie is very small, then an XS size would work. For the Ringneck, the medium perch should work well. It is good to have a variety of different perch sizes to work and stimulate feet muscles - so being up or down a size can be a good thing, as long as you have a comfortable perch that the bird enjoys. Hope that helps.
Also, we do have a distributor in Australia, so you should be able to find these perches locally.
According to your diagram the Medium is 10” long. You are saying they are both 12 “ Long? why is one Medium and one Large then?
The diagram is incorrect. We are working to get it removed or updated. They are both the same length but have different diameters. The medium is approx 1.5" in diameter while the large is 2.0".
I tried to buy one from Amazon and it was too small. I am looking for the one that is 12 inchs long where the Bird sits. 13 inchs total length. Is this the Large one for 14.95 ?
The medium and large Patented Safety Pumice Perch are both 12 inches long. Both are available on our website and should be available on Amazon if perfered. Thanks for your question!