In the wild, branches sway and move. In a cage, perches are secure. A swing helps exercise leg muscles as birds balance with movement. With the SF&B Roll Swing, your bird can help trim their nails and beak on our pedicure perch. All while swinging the time away! The swing comes with heavy duty hardware and beak resistant plastic ends and rings. Made in USA.
- Stimulates leg muscles and promotes healthy feet
- Side supports are made from tough plastic. How tough? It is the same material used to line hockey rinks!
- Pedicure perch to help keep nails and beak healthy
- Non-toxic and safe for your bird
- Fun playtime activity
- Handmade in the USA
For use with Pionus, small Cockatoos, Timneh Greys, and other similar size bird
They replaced the concrete for me with pumice. My birdie has sensitive little toes! He loves to swing, and it’s great to be able to put small chew toys or little treats in the links on the chain.
I absolutely loved this swing so much I ordered another! The post office sent the second one on a "scenic route" and this company was amazing the way they handled the situation. My greys so love their swings and they are not only sturdy but also can be modified. My hubby drilled holes in apple wood and we put them on each side so they have something not only to swing on but to chew! I wish I could put a pic on! Get these for your birds, you won't regret it!
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Will my bird still need to get nail trims if he uses this regularly? What size is best (he is a very small eclectus, 300g)? Also, what is the chain made of, please? Thanks
Any pedicure perch is not a complete guarantee of never needing nail trims. They will help keep nails healthy and wear some growth, but nail triming may still be needed. As for your bird, would recomend the Medium Roll Swing. The chain is specially made for us - zinc free and bird safe. It is what is called "bright finish", which basically means it is natural steel finish. For the XS and Small perches, we use a nickel curb chain.
What roll swing, that you recommend, is good for Charlie, the green cheek conure. And other perches, to give him variety, He has 2 long wood dowels in cage!!! What to make him comfortable!! Any ideas??🐦♥️
Would recommend a small Roll Swing for a Conure. For perches, you may want to try a Safety Pumice Perch and a Manzanita Superoost. Both are pedicure perches which means they have pumice added for safety (grip) and nail health. Wood dowels are not normally recommended due to their smooth, straight contour. Birds need variety in their perches to exercise their feet muscles. All our perches are orthopedically designed with contours. Last suggestion; provide a variety of sizes - for example a mix of small and medium size perches/swings. Hope that helps.