Completely natural wood ladder bridge with chewable pine and natural leather pieces

Size 61 x 19cm with rungs 3cm diameter

In Stock




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  1. P – Physical Health:
    • Ensure regular veterinary check-ups.
    • Provide a balanced diet rich in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and seeds.
    • Maintain a clean and safe living environment.
  2. I – Intellectual Stimulation:
    • Offer toys and puzzles to challenge their minds.
    • Engage in training sessions to teach new tricks or words.
    • Rotate toys regularly to keep them interesting.
  3. N – Nutrition:
    • Focus on a varied diet to prevent deficiencies.
    • Avoid harmful foods like chocolate, caffeine, and avocado.
    • Provide fresh water daily.
  4. E – Environment:
    • Create a spacious and enriching habitat.
    • Include perches, swings, and climbing structures.
    • Ensure exposure to natural light or full-spectrum lighting.
  5. L – Love and Social Interaction:
    • Spend quality time daily with the parrot.
    • Encourage socialization with other birds, if possible.
    • Use positive reinforcement during interactions.
  6. E – Exercise:
    • Allow out-of-cage time for flying or supervised play.
    • Encourage climbing and movement within the cage.
    • Provide opportunities for physical activities.
  7. A – Attention to Behavior:
    • Observe for signs of stress or illness.
    • Address behavioral issues promptly, such as feather plucking.
    • Understand body language and vocalizations.
  8. T – Training and Education:
    • Use reward-based training methods.
    • Set up a consistent training routine.
    • Teach basic commands and tricks to enhance mental engagement.
  9. H – Habitat Safety:
    • Ensure all cage materials are non-toxic.
    • Avoid sharp edges and potential hazards.
    • Regularly inspect the habitat for wear and tear.
  10. E – Emotional Well-being:
    • Recognize and cater to their emotional needs.
    • Provide companionship to prevent loneliness.
    • Create a calm and secure environment.


  1. Physical Exercise: The bridge encourages climbing, balancing, and other forms of physical activity, which are crucial for maintaining a parrot’s physical health. The different textures and materials (pine wood and leather) provide varied surfaces that can help keep their feet strong and healthy.
  2. Mental Stimulation: Parrots are highly intelligent birds that require mental stimulation to prevent boredom and associated behavioral problems. The PINE & LEATHER BRIDGE offers an engaging and interactive environment that challenges their problem-solving skills and keeps them mentally occupied.
  3. Beak Maintenance: The pine wood component of the bridge is an ideal material for parrots to chew on. This natural chewing behavior helps them maintain a healthy beak by preventing overgrowth and promoting regular wear. The leather strips can also be chewed, adding variety to their chewing activities.


More Information
Manufacturer Adventure Bound
Animal/Species African Grey, Amazon
Product Type Wood/Rope Toy


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