Updated on Sep 19, 2020. Posted on Sep 19, 2020

Everything from mini skateboards (yes, you heard that right) to hemp oil that can do it all.

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A colorful, dangling chew toy made of all-natural rope and wood to keep your parrot visually, physically, and mentally stimulated every day.


Promising review: “Our parrot loves it! She instantly started playing with it! The colors are so vibrant. I would definitely recommend!” —Melissa

Get it from Amazon for $13.99 or Subscribe & Save for $13.29/month.


A combination wooden perch and mirror which can entertain your finch (or provide a feeling of temporary companionship if their mate is gone).

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Promising review: “Amazing! I had to parakeets, unfortunately one of them passed away of my bonded pair and my female has been so lonely. As soon as I put this in her cage she started singing and perched right infront of it, kissing the mirror. Good value!” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $7.99.


A bundle of stimulating toys — namely, a mini skateboard, bb converse shoes, and colorful hoops — to keep your parakeet newly engaged every day. (But also, mini skateboard! Hello, future TikTok star coming thru~.)


Promising review: “These bird toys are great for my conure. The tennis shoes are really sturdy. Would be good for an even larger bird.” —Rebecca Deakin

Get it from Amazon for $9.99.


A sleekly-designed playstand that you can easily customize with their favorite feeders and toys (and store extra food or supplies underneath). Plus, it’s mobile if you want to give your bird a slight change of scenery from time to time.


Promising review: “This is an awesome complement to my macaw’s cage. We’ve had it for 7-8 months and don’t know what we would do without it. It’s very large (which is what we wanted) and well-constructed. We keep it on the same floor of the house because it’s so heavy, but it easily rolls around for different views. When we leave for a few hours, we park it right next to her big cage, so she can go back and forth. The unit cleans up fairly easily, considering the mess a macaw makes. She climbs around on the side rails, but never uses the lower perch or the stairs (other than to chew on them). This thing has far exceeded our expectations.” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $143.99+ (available in larger packs).


A tiny, impossibly adorable basketball hoop and ball set to mentally enthrall your parakeet and teach them a new, NBA-approved trick.


Promising review: “Really cute product. I have a green cheek conure who loves to throw the balls around and climb the hoop! Highly recommend for small to medium-sized birds.” —Sydney

Get it from Amazon for $11.95 (available in different styles).


A soothing, natural hemp oil supplement that not only calms your parrot, but also has extra vitamins said to improve their feather, skin, and overall health.

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Promising review: “This has been a lifesaver. My macaw randomly starting picking her feathers out and harming herself about three to four months ago. I have since tried every thing under the sun to get her to stop, frustratingly to no avail. This must be the sixth different supplement I’ve tried – and it has been incredible. Her feather-plucking has almost completely ceased. She seems to enjoy the taste of the oil. I was at the end of my rope and was starting to wonder if I could take care of her anymore (the last thing I want for her is to be a miserable, bald parrot). This seems to be the answer and I couldn’t be more pleased.” —TSB
Get it from Amazon for $17.96 or Subscribe & Save for $17.06/month.


A transparent, ventilated carrier so you can easily transport your featherbaby without distressing them at all (or having to lug around a heavy cage). The open sunroof also gives them a *perfectview of the outside world.


Promising review: “I like it. The size is very spacious for my green-cheeked conure. Well-ventilated and lightweight. Installation is also quick and easy, can assembled/disassembled in one minute. The cage is beautiful, too. Thank you.” —Pekkle__duck

Get it from Amazon for $36.96+ (available in different sizes).


A sturdy, bright-colored sand-and-wood perch that naturally helps file your bird’s beak and nails. You can easily install it in any metal cage thanks to its built-in bolts.


Promising review: “We just got our new cockatiel, Vinny! He loves his different length perches and we love that it is already keeping his nails trimmed. These are high quality perches…very sturdy and just the right amount of grit needed. His favorite is the red. Great product for a great price!!! I highly recommend these perches!!!” —Kerrie Martinez

Get it from Amazon for $12.99+ (available in different sizes).


A geometric, jingling rubber toy you can stuff with your bird’s fave treats or food. They’ll peck and kick it for hours, or do some foraging of their own.

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Promising review: “This is the neatest toy, my bird loved it and I was able to stuff it with treats. It is very sturdy and durable.” —Lisa 🙂

Get it from Amazon for $6.74+ (available in larger packs).


A vibrant, portable gym with rainbow toys, feeder cups, and a mess-preventing bottom tray to give your small-to-medium-sized bird everything they need in one spot. Assembly is required, but is fairly simple and assures the stand is sturdy enough for your bb.


Promising review: “I really like it! My cockatiel only walks on the tray and the plank with the food and water bowl but it’s a great quality perch and he’s still getting used to it. It’s pretty easy, I just used the picture of the finished product as reference. Overall, a good buy.” —becca geno

Get it from Amazon for $46.95+ (available in different sizes).


A durable, multi-color spiral “bungee” rope your cockatoo can climb and play on all day. There’s also a little bell at the end for them to nudge and reach for.


Promising review: “I have a cockatoo, an African Grey parrot, and a sun parakeet. All three of my birds love love love this!” —L. Zinn

Get it from Amazon for $13.99+ (available in different sizes).


A little metal rod you can use to skewer fresh fruits and vegetables in your bird’s cage — guaranteed to be their favorite new treat.

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Promising review: “Perfect for my baby sun conure. He’s still getting used to eating larger portions of fresh fruit and veggies. With this he doesn’t have to worry about dropping it! He loves it… blueberries and cherries are his favorite!” —Amazon Customer

Get it from Amazon for $8.95+ (available in different sizes).

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Promising review: “I have my English Budgie to compare the size. Best used for small parrots and ‘keets. I would maybe use them for a cockatiel but for no bigger or stronger breeds. Very easy to install in my cage & I may order more in the future as I prefer these over plastic dishes. My bar spacing for my cage is half-inch BTW.” —Nora

Get it from Amazon for $11.79.


A big bag of vitamin-rich parrot food (specifically seeds, nuts, kernels, and dry pellets) to help promote healthier skin and plumage.


Promising review: “I have a mid-sized parrot (a Lesser Jardines), and, like most parrot-owners, I supplement her diet with a selection of soft and (hopefully) nutritious foods, but provide a seed mixture and treats as well that she can access throughout the day. I’ve experimented in the early years with different mixes, and the proportions of the nuts and seeds in this mix are just right for her. Lighter on sunflower seeds than other mixes, this mix is tasty and varied enough to keep her interest.” —Gadfly-in-Residence

Get it from Amazon for $8.71 or Subscribe & Save for $8.27/month.


A pack of brightly-colored, safe-to-eat shreddable toys that have hidden blocks and bells to keep your bird pulling out confetti for hours.


Promising review: “Wally loves his new toys!! At first our bird fluttered away from this, but he warmed up to the shredded papers in about two minutes and before we knew it he was preening next to it and with it! So cute. He really really likes all that kinked up shredded colorful paper! We would definitely buy it again!” —Marie Anderson

Get it from Amazon for $13.99 or Subscribe & Save for $13.99/month.


A stackable, divided cage if your birds loooove going at it when they share a space. It’s also mobile and has an extra lower shelf for storage.


Promising review: “We loved this cage, it is perfect for our needs, the size is great, and very affordable. We have lovebirds and cockatiels and this is the best cage for them since they were fighting a lot before. This is basically only for the night and sometimes if we need to go somewhere. They spend most of the day out in two different playgrounds.” —Gloria Strahsburg

Get it from Amazon for $121.99+ (available in different quantities).


A safe spray-on cage cleaner that removes bird waste from the cage and accessories without using chemicals like alcohol, bleach, ammonia, or chlorine.


Promising review: “This is the best bird cage cleaner I have tried. It works at least as well or better than other the brands, the scent is really pleasant, and the sprayer doesn’t clog up. Every other brand I’ve tried gums up the spray hole. All in all, a great product that I will buy again.” —CAT

Get it from Amazon for $12.95 or Subscribe & Save for $12.30/month.


A wooden swinging ladder you can attach across both sides of the cage to promote more leg movement for your cockatiel (and make them feel like they’re going on a little adventure every day).


Promising review: “It took a week or two to find the right place in the cage for this but once I did I wouldn’t dream of moving it. He stands on his little bridge and waits for me to open the door in the morning. It works really well but I would suggest attaching it to the same height bar in both sides so it stays relatively level.” —J. Anderson

Get it from Amazon for $6.86+ (available in six styles).


A hangable cuttlebone supplement enriched with vitamins like omega 3 and vitamin B1 which are said to support healthy bones and feathers. (PS: it’s great for pet turtles and snails, too!)


Promising review: “My bird went through both of them in two days. He lost his mate so these help with his anxiety.” —Synner23

Get a pack of two from Amazon for $3.19 or Subscribe & Save for $3.19/month.


A vet-recommended multivitamin that is said to help with everything from feather or weight loss to maintaining overall health so your birdie beebs live longer.

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Promising review: “Happy, healthy finches love this stuff. I put a bit in their drinking water and lightly sprinkle some on their food. I’ve been using Nekton-S for years; and my finches have all lived well beyond their life expectancy.” —Dan the Dude

Get it from Amazon for $13.56+ (available in larger sizes) or Subscribe & Save for $12.88/month.


A pack of mini corn cobs you can let your bird peck at raw — or quickly pop in the microwave for a movie night treat.

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Promising review: “My pet parakeet, Merlina, loves to pull the corn kernels out, slinging them across her home! I like to hold it so she sits on my hand wrestling with the corn kernels. Great fun!” —ZB
Get it from Amazon for $4.04 or Subscribe & Save for $4.04/month.

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