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 Cockatoos and Macaws and birds of similar size
My Blue and gold took time to get used to it. Now he loves it , But the sides that are made from PVC should be more resistend material that he can not chew it and destroy .
One perch was damaged when I received it. They were very helpful and I received a new one in just a few days.
My African Grey loves it
This swing is spectacular! My blue and gold macaw loves it, and it keeps his nails nice and trimmed. :-)
Perfect balance of stability and wiggliness for our clumsy African Grey. Superb quality and bite resistance. She loves the colorful plastic rings.
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What are the dimensions of this swing and the large size?
Both the Lg and XL perches are approx 11" in length. Total swing is about 12". The diameter of the Large is 1.5" and the XL is 2".
Are these ok for outside aviary?
Yes, they can be used outside, with the only potential issue being the chain. We use only non-galvanized chain for our Med, Large and XL versions (Small and XS have a nickel chain). Non-galvanized is recommended for birds - as the galvanized coating (zinc) can be chipped off and is toxic to birds. The galvanization is used to prevent rust, so our bird safe chain may rust in an outdoor environment. We would be glad to make something special for you if that would be of interest. Just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org