Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak
Treasure Chest™ - Sweet Feet & Beak

Treasure Chest™

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$10.99
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$10.99
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Birds are incredibly smart, and a challenge toy can provide hours of stimulation.  In nature, foraging for food and treats are part of daily life.  SF&B's Treasure Chest™ is an incredibly strong plastic puzzle container.  It is actually made from materials used to manufacture bullet proof glass. That is why we say it is Bird Proof™!  The chest contains uniquely shaped wooden toys matching the holes.  Just like the young child developmental toy.  The large is an impressive 4.75 inches wide, while the small is 3 inches across. This foraging treasure chest will provide many hours of fun for your pet. Packed with colorful food colored dyed wooden shapes.

Refills available.

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  • What size is good for a Rose Breasted Cockatoo? What size is good for a Quaker?

    Definately a small for the Quaker.  The Rose could probably go with either side.  If your Rose is used to larger toys, then the Large Chest would work well.  If he/she does better with smaller toys - the small will work well.  Sorry I cannot give an exact answer on that one.

  • Would this be a great toy for our African Grey?

    Yes, it provides a challenge for the bird to get the wooden shapes out of the treasure chest.  Once out, they are a chew toy reward.  Refills our available.  Our Illiger Macaw loves to get the pieces out - then drops them so we just make sure they are clean and replace them in the chest. You can also place seeds or treats in the chest and make it a forager feeder.  Hope that helps!

  • What size for an Indian ringneck?

    The Ringneck could go with either size - but, given their desire to climb and hang as they play, I would recomend the large Treasure Chest.

  • Which size would you recommend for a green cheek conure?

    Would recomend the small size Treasure Chest for a Conure.  The large could be too intimidating for a Conure.  The wooden toys in a small will be good for him/her to play with and chew.