Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy Review

Before I look at the Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy, I have a video to show you about where you can use this amazing toy.

This is a really helpful video if you want to save money and build your own parrot playground. It will work for any bird, just vary the size according to the type of bird.

He has a wonderful idea of putting toys or hiding treats on the stand for your bird to find. This is a great way to ensure your bird will enjoy being out of his cage on his stand, especially if he knows there are special treats hidden.

The Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy is just one example of something you can use on the parrot stand.

 Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy Review

You can get your own Wesco Shreddable Bird Toy by clicking on the link or the picture below.

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Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy (4 Pack)

Overall Rating (based on customer reviews): 4.5 out of 5 stars

The specs of ‘Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy’ are:

Manufacturer: Wesco Pet / Bird Kabob

Product Dimensions: 7 x 2 x 2 inches

Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces

  • This toy is made from eco-friendly Yucca wood.
  • It appeals to all parrot-type birds’ natural instincts.
  • Helps prevent feather picking and boredom.
  • 100% biodegradable.
  • 4 Pack Original (6.75″ Long x 2″ Wide) for more chew time.

The product can be bought in two’s and one’s as well if you just want to try them out first.

This is a close-up picture of this bird toy.

foraging toy

Bird Kabobs are the ultimate in shreddable bird toys.

They are made from soft pithy wood and are irresistible to all hookbill birds from parakeets to macaws.

They satisfy the instinctual need of these birds to chew. They have been described as bird catnip.

The Wesco Pet Original Bird Kabob Shreddable Bird Toy is recommended by veterinarians for birds with feather picking problems.

This is a popular buy for bird lovers worldwide and you will be amazed at how much your bird will enjoy this toy.

There is softer wood around the outside and harder wood on the inside. Both are safe for your bird. They will normally happily pick their way through to the core of the product.

Does This Product Have Any Downsides?

Unfortunately, the only downside about this product is that it doesn’t last long as birds chew through it very quickly. On the bright side though it does keep them busy and entertained. But it can get expensive if you replace them often.

Some people with larger parrots complain that the toy only lasts a few hours.

The larger the bird, the quicker the toy will be demolished. My two budgies go through it in 3 to 4 days.

The only other thing that you need to watch for is that the bird doesn’t get caught up in the string that ties the product to the cage.

Here are some more exciting shreddable bird toys you may like to look at. You can find out more by clicking on the picture.


Please feel free to comment below if you have had any experiences with any of these bird toys. I would love to hear from you.



  1. Hello, nice to come across your site. This shreddable bird toy sounds interesting to me. And I respect the products created by Wesco Pet, they focus on quality. Reading the reviews you presented to us here was useful. However, I was a bit shocked reading about that user that said it almost killed his bird.

    1. Yes me too, but in most cases, you will probably find that the birds’ claws were too long and got tangled. I made that mistake too, so now I make sure that the claws don’t get too sharp so that they can’t get themselves trapped in their toys.

  2. In the past month, I’ve really grown fond of bird watching. There’s is this bird that always comes to my window in the afternoons. I don’t know where the bird flies from cause its nest is nowhere near my house. I was just wondering, Do birds love wind because the window in my house is very strategically positioned in an open.

    1. Thanks for stopping by to comment Sergej. As far as I know, birds hate draughts and wind and will do anything to keep out of them.

  3. I would have loved to comment on your website especially when I saw the adorable photo of the cockateil. However, for some reason, the website content isn’t coming up. The text is running along the left side of the page and you’re unable to read it. I tried reposting the URL to a browser to see if it would work, but same result. I like that you have the various heading links that provide the relevant information. I only wish that I was able to read the content. Good luck with the site. 

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