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Dr. Rob is a world renowned avian veterinarian in Sydney, Australia. He was the veterinary consultant for the Northern Territory Nature and Conservation Commission for a scientific study of the disease status in the wild population of the endangered Gouldian Finches as it related to a "Recovery Plan".



Tailai O’Brien is a Parrot Behavior Consultant who has worked along side Dr. Marshall and has developed special regimes for successful bird training and behavioral development. Fill out her Questionnaire so that she may help you with your parrot’s bad behavior.

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Absolutely, the FINEST Conditioning Perch for your bird that uses FDA Human Grade Materials

Sandy Perches™
 mount to almost any cage,
 inside or out,
with simple washers
and a wing-nut (included).
No tools needed.
Each one is unique
and fashioned from an
all real hardwood branch
then coated with the perfect
Sandy Perch™ coating!


 I have at least one Sandy Perch in each of my cages and flights. In most cages I also have one of the Sandy Swings. I was amazed that my Gouldians really love the Swings. I guess that I always thought that swings were meant for Parakeets.

I rarely, if ever, have to trim any of my bird's beaks because they use the Sandy Perches themselves to maintain both their nails and beaks. I always place one of the Sandy Perches at the highest point in the cage where the birds normally roost and one of the smaller Sandy Perches is positioned so that the birds must stand on it to take a drink of water. I've never seen a bird yet that didn't wipe it's beak after drinking!

Sandy Perch™

Has natural wood insulation
Safe, wet or dry
Leaves feet soft
Shape of natural wood
1/3 the weight
Survived a 10 story drop
Trims toenails & beaks better
Lasts forever
Veterinarian preferred


Concrete perches

Cold on bird’s feet
Can cause burns when wet
Dries out bird’s feet
Unnatural shapes
Too heavy
May break if dropped
Trims well
Wears out
Veterinarian recommended