you must be such a good trainer!!:budgie::budge:
It's always tricky knowing what's budgie sized, isn't it? If anyone wants some of these props, I'm happy to help you get them!Was wondering where did you purchase your props from?
I think it's maybe just challenging because they go so often and have such fast metabolisms!Nokota said:Toilet training!?
I heard that was impossible for budgies!
Omg! If that is possible, that will be great. Thank you so much.It's always tricky knowing what's budgie sized, isn't it? If anyone wants some of these props, I'm happy to help you get them!
The little basket came from South Australian Bird Company - they've got some great kit. They'll sell & post to anyone in Australia, but they're not ready to sell online or to overseas. They have a large selection of toys and DIY toy parts which are great for budgies (I have tiny cups, maracas all sorts of things!). I grab their parrot foot toys which are about the right size for budgies. They also have the Zoo-Max toys (which are budgie sized) and a few nice play gyms and a "fitness centre: which comes with a barbell and a basketball ring.
The slinky I can get my hands on easily - they're from my local supermarket. The ball I use for fetch is actually one of those perch toys with the small balls that spins - I took the ball out of that, as most cat balls are too big. The bowling set I got from ebay and replaced the ball bearing with a small marble.
If you're interested in a basketball set like mine, I can have a hunt around and source the parts and put a couple together to post? Happy to do that!
Bowling is on ebay - this is the one I bought. It's not cheap, but it is just the right size and there's a lot of detail in it:Omg! If that is possible, that will be great. Thank you so much.
Hi,Bowling is on ebay - this is the one I bought. It's not cheap, but it is just the right size and there's a lot of detail in it:
You'll need to replace the ball with a glass marble, as the ball bearing is too big for them to push and is a mirrored surface, so it's distracting. You could grab one from there and have it posted straight home to Singapore.
I've got 2 of the little balls spare in my kit, so I can pick up a couple of basketball kits in town next Tuesday, and then post it anywhere you like. PM me an address and I'll work out the postage (should be cheap - they're very light) and we can have a crack at Paypal. The balls are light enough for them to fly with as well.
I'll try and put together a few more kits and organize it on ebay down the track to make it a bit easier