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Are there some bird toys that can be considered unsafe and possible dangerous for my bird?

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What are some must-have toys I should buy for my parrot?

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How many toys should be in my bird's cage at a time?

The amount of toys varies according to the size of the cage. You will need to ensure that there is enough room in the cage for your bird to extend its wings and move freely. I would recommend using between 3-4 toys at a time. Keep in mind that it is a good idea to have extra toys set aside and to rotate them to keep your bird from becoming bored.

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