Please feel free to contact us for recommendations on toys and the correct sizing for your specific bird.
Leather Strips - Vegetable Tanned: 3 Sizes
PLEASE NOTE: The above price is for one Vegetable Tanned Small Leather strip.
The additional costs of the larger sizes or quantity will be ADDED to the above price. You will be able to select the size and if you would like a quantity of 5 (there is a significant discount when buying 5 of any given size over the single piece price) you would like in the Available Options box located above. If you would like more than one of any size or quantity of 5 - you will be able to select this by updating the quantity in your shopping cart.
PLEASE NOTE: Not all leather sold is safe. Only leather that is vegetable tanned or Native American Brain Tanned leathers are free of the various toxic preservatives used in most leather - like chromium, formadehyde, etc...
Dimensions: Small: 1/8"x48".
We recommed the Small Leather Strips for birds from Parakeets, Parrotlets, Cockatiels, Quakers and up to Senegals, Pionus, Caiques, Conures and similarly sized birds.
Dimensions: Medium: 3/16"x48".
We recommend the Medium Leather Strips for use in toys for birds from Cockatiels, Quakers, Senegals, Pionus, Caiques, Conures and up to Amazons, African Greys, Eclectus and similarly sized birds.
Dimensions: Large: 1/4"x48".
We recommend the Medium Leather Strips for use in toys for birds from Cockatiels, Quakers, Senegals, Pionus, Caiques, Conures and up to Amazons, African Greys, Eclectus and similarly sized birds - where a little thicker leather will hold up better!
We recommend all sizes of the Vegetable Tanned Leather Strips for use in making toys (or as a toy in and of itself - just knot it up - try adding a few toy parts (see link below) and away they go!)
Click here to see the wide range of toys and parts we offer!
For more information on why we use and recommend certain toys and parts as well as some of the specific safety concerns to be aware of when purchasing toys or parts anywhere - take a look at this article in the Educational Articles section of our website: (Click on the underlined link)
Selecting Safe Bird Toys
Before introducing any new toy, perch or food we recommend reading this article:
One Method of Introducing New Things
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