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17 x 3 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
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9.7
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We bought two of these bridges for our mice instead of using ramps and cages. I want them to get more exercise, and we've done that! The product is firmly made, easy to clean in warm water and mild detergent, firmly connected and completely screwed. The rope is strong and each section has a big knot to prevent chewing.

10.9 ounces
9.6
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We bought two coconuts for our four lovebirds. At first they were a little skeptical, but now they are so cute that they can't see them snuggling up in the coconut. I like the fact that it is made of natural materials and handmade, (I believe.) If I could give 10 stars, I would! If other birds are as naughty as we are, this comment may be helpful. Our birds like to untie their knots, and they have been very successful in this task. After untiing the ladder knot, they will continue to pull the logs off the rope and disperse them. I'm not sure if this is the natural behavior of these birds or mine. Strengthening the ropes that support the bridge may be a good idea and try to avoid the problem I encountered. There is nothing satisfactory. We just fix it all the time, and we still like coconuts.

8.7 x 4.7 x 2.8 inches
9.0
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My parrot climbed this ladder! He really likes it. He's never done anything like this before. I'm happy for him. I really like this product. It's easy to attach. When I move it to a different place, it can help us build a relationship so that he can climb up and enjoy it. Later I'll find out he climbed it just for fun. He likes to chew it, too.

3.2 x 0.2 x 15.2 inches ; 1.6 ounces
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8.6
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My parrot definitely likes his ladder! I put it between a wooden corner perch / platform and one of my birds' favorite habitats. He used ladders to enter his two favorite habitats or easily reached the bottom of his cage. He bounces on the ladder frequently all day. Although it is made of wood, it is easy to wipe off. I soaked the paper towels with nature's magical birdcage cleaner to remove any feces or stains from the ladder. The ladder is the size of parakeets and smaller birds. It's not big enough to put a bigger bird.

0.4 x 4 x 15 inches ; 3.2 ounces
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8.5
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I like this, although I wouldn't suggest anything bigger than Palo Wright or a parrot. I bought this for my parrot. My baby Prim is only a few months old and can't fly out of the pet store to cut her wings, so I like to put this in it as a way for her to walk around. Although sandpaper is difficult to clean up feces. I'm thinking about taking it off. It's a means of transportation, not a long-term habitat, so the fact that it's a pin rather than a "natural" habitat doesn't really bother me, because they don't spend a lot of time sitting on it. If there are no photos, I will add one at some point.

12 x 4.5 x 4.5 inches
5.6 ounces
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Prevue Pet Products, Inc.
8.2
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When you comment, please tell us what kind of bird you have! The one-star commentator said their bird immediately bit through the rope bridge. What is it, parrot? I have a parakeet. I've studied its structure. He can't bite it through. This is such a lovely accessory in his cage. In my own life, I prefer natural things (non-plastic), so I'm glad to find such things for my parrots. Did I mention I have a parakeet? He was afraid of it. At first, I think it was because it swayed when he landed on it. I started putting his millet spray in the coconut, and now he often goes there. Tip: use millet spray to entice your bird to play with any new toys! This is a fairly large project, so I think the small cage may not be compatible with it. It hung lovingly on the roof of my high cage, and I couldn't wait to hear what people said about it. I bet I've heard a lot about pet birds. Haha, use millet seed spray. I'm sure you'll like this, too. Update: I have two parrots now. The new one, a month old, jumped on the rope bridge and walked all the way into the coconut. It was his first day in the cage! My other one never goes all the way to the coconut. He sat at the door, reached out to eat millet seeds, always pulled his head out of the seeds to look around, so it had a lot to do with personality! How bold and fearless the new bird is, it is lovely, but of course the more timid one will last longer in winter.

6.4 ounces
7.8
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My parrot likes this ladder. She crawls in and out of the cage, and you often find her napping on it. She was afraid of it for about two hours, and then she fell in love with it.

Buyer's Reviews 279

All in all, I really like this toy. My parrot likes it, even though it's a little big for her. Some pieces of wood are a little too big and smooth for her to grasp well, so I might polish them or add grooves to them. This does not explain how to assemble the reference to the picture, so we have to go back to this page, and once we see the picture, it is very simple to assemble. I like the "natural" look of this suit, as well as the other sets I see in this price range.

Buyer's Reviews 73

Love it, it is the main part of my cage, run the width of the cage, the bird likes it, let him go where he wants to go, interesting color, everyone has had a good time, I will buy it again, super strong, the only problem is that a connector clip is lost, but I still let it work.

7.2
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My parrot really likes ladders! The wood is smooth, but not polished, so it is safe for them. I have to plug the screws in myself, but it's not that difficult to plug them in. I'll buy it again!

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