Please feel free to contact us for recommendations on toys and the correct sizing for your specific bird.
Birdie Bagels: 7 Sizes
PLEASE NOTE: The above price is for one 3/4" Birdie Bagel - you will be able to select which size and quantity (quantities are discounted 10%) you would like in the Available Options box above. You can also adjust quantities in the shopping cart if needed.
Sizes and Dimensions
3/4 Inch Birdie Bagel: 3/4" inside dimension, 1" outside and 3/8" wide. These are .29 cents each or 10 for $2.61.
Bagelette: 1" inside dimension and 1 3/4" outside and 1/2" wide. These are .69 cents each or 10 for $6.21.
2 Inch Birdie Bagel: 2" inside dimension, 2 3/4" outside and 1/2" wide. These are .79 cents each or 10 for $7.11.
3 Inch Birdie Bagel: 3" inside dimension, 4" outside and 1/2" wide. These are .99 cents each or 10 for $8.91.
Short Bite (Tube): 3/4" inside dimension, 1" outside and 1 1/2" wide. These are .49 cents each or 10 for $4.41.
Bird Bite (Tube): 3/4" inside dimension, 1 1/16" outside and 3" wide. These are .59 cents each or 10 for $5.31.
XL Birdie Bagel: 4 1/4" inside dimension, 5" outside and 2" wide. These are $4.99 cents each or 5 for $22.46.
These colorful compressed cardboard Rolls are safe, non-toxic and surprisingly durable - our birds love to peel them apart! they are inexpensive, easy to hold and totally engrossing! These toy parts are also foot toys and can be a great way to interact and teach your bird while out of the cage! We also leave these types of toys in our bird's cages while we are around - removing them before we leave or before we put them to bed at night.
They are also great when placed into our Treasure Chests!
We recommend the Compressed Cardboard Rolls for all sizes of companion birds!
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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