The feeding station is a fun feeding area with 2 removeable food bowls and a mirror. Keeps food up off the floor and can conveniently attach to the side of the cage.


Size approx 12.5cm x 13.5cm x 11cm


Manufacturer Scarletts
Animal/Species Budgie & Lovebird, Canary/Finch, Cockatiel, Kakariki, Quaker & Parrotlet
Product Type Accessories

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  1. Safe Materials: Ensure that all materials used in the feeding station are bird-safe. This includes food dishes, perches, and any toys or enrichment items you include. Avoid toxic materials like lead or zinc.
  2. Variety of Foods: Offer a diverse selection of fresh, healthy foods. This should include a mix of high-quality pellets, fresh fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds appropriate for your parrot species.
  3. Dish Placement: Place the dishes at varying heights to encourage natural foraging behavior. This mimics how parrots would search for food in the wild, stimulating their minds and bodies.
  4. Foraging Opportunities: Incorporate foraging toys or puzzles into the feeding station. These can include treat balls, puzzle feeders, or even hiding food in paper rolls or cardboard boxes for your parrot to discover.
  5. Rotate Toys and Perches: Keep your parrot engaged by rotating the toys and perches in the feeding station regularly. This prevents boredom and encourages exploration.
  6. Water Source: Ensure there’s a clean, fresh water source available at all times. You can use a separate water dish or include a water bottle designed for birds.
  7. Cleanliness: Regularly clean and sanitize the feeding dishes and station. Leftover food or droppings can quickly become a breeding ground for bacteria.
  8. Avoid Spoilage: Remove any uneaten fresh foods within a few hours to prevent spoilage. This helps maintain the health of your parrot and keeps the feeding area clean.
  9. Quiet, Safe Location: Place the feeding station in a quiet, safe area of your home. This allows your parrot to eat without feeling threatened and promotes a sense of security.
  10. Observation and Interaction: Spend time observing your parrot as they eat. This allows you to monitor their appetite, health, and behavior. Additionally, interact with your parrot during feeding time, offering verbal praise and positive reinforcement.




1. Promotes Foraging and Mental Stimulation

Parrots are highly intelligent creatures that need mental stimulation to thrive. A Pet Platter Feeding Station encourages natural foraging behaviors, which are essential for their well-being. By placing different types of food in various compartments or hiding spots within the station, you create a fun and engaging way for your parrot to “hunt” for its meals. This mimics the search for food they would experience in the wild, keeping them mentally active and preventing boredom.

2. Encourages Slow Eating and Healthy Habits

Many parrots are enthusiastic eaters, which can sometimes lead to them consuming their food too quickly. A Pet Platter Feeding Station helps slow down their eating pace by making them work a bit for their food. The divided compartments or spaces make it more challenging for them to simply gulp down large quantities of food at once. This can prevent issues like obesity and encourage more mindful eating habits.

3. Keeps Food Clean and Contained

Parrots are notorious for being messy eaters. A Pet Platter Feeding Station helps contain the mess by keeping the food within designated areas. This not only makes cleaning up easier for you but also ensures that your parrot’s food stays fresh and clean. Additionally, it can prevent food from being soiled with droppings or debris from the cage, promoting better hygiene.

Manufacturer Scarletts
Animal/Species Budgie & Lovebird, Canary/Finch, Cockatiel, Kakariki, Quaker & Parrotlet
Product Type Accessories
Size Size approx 12.5cm x 13.5cm x 11cm


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