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Insight Insight ActiviToys Olympia Rings Bird Toys

Activate your bird's body, mind and soulFive rings spin and chime with an added bell for your bird's enjoymentEasily attaches to a bird's cageSuitable for parakeets, cockatiels, and similar sized birdsAssorted colors
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Is the bell safe?

The product description, as usual for Insight brand toys with metal parts, does not establish what kind of metal the bell is made from / plated with. Nor does it give an inside view of the bell so customers can see that the clacker is bird-safe.
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Yes, the bells should be fine for any sort of bird. They dont swallow anything unless the bell gets rusty. All the birds do to it is, shake it around (to ring it), and sing to it, (somtimes, that must just be my crazy Cockatiel.) i would recomend this toy for you if you are intrested. hey! the birds love it!! and the clacker (the thing that makes the bell ring) well, the birds just will mabye chew on it or shake it around but there not eating it and its also just there curiosity.
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I have had this toy for while; no issues on my end. For the long run I'd be more worried if your bird will rip the bell off or not. Mine are generally nicer to their plastic toys.
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