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My Bird Laid an Egg, What Do I Do Now?

Simple Trick! Plastic Eggs by DummyEggs.com
Stop Egg Laying... Safe, Fast, and Naturally!

 

Made in USA exclusively by DummyEggs®

SOLID PLASTIC MEDIUM PARROT DUMMY EGGS

The medium parrot dummy egg seen in the middle is surrounded by 5 species that use this size egg. 1-1/2" x 1-1/16"  3.7cm x 3cm. Amazon Parrot,  Eclectus, Small Cockatoo, African Grey and Hahn's Macaw.

DummyEggs for African Grey,
DummyEggs for Eclectus
DummyEggs for Amazon Parrot,
DummyEggs for Small Cockatoo,
DummyEggs for Pigeon
DummyEggs for Small Macaw

Designed to Match Real Eggs.

Macaw & Cockatoo Egg Sizes Vary Widely. Please measure your live egg before ordering.

Vet Approved Way to Control Your Bird's Egg Laying Cycle Safely, Naturally, Quickly.
SHIPPED SAME OR NEXT DAY
HOW TO USE DIRECTIONS included with purchase.

Your bird will think she has all the eggs she needs!

1½" x 1-1/16" (37 x 30 mm) White Solid Non-Toxic Plastic

The DummyEggs® brand fake Medium Parrot eggs, provide an efficient, fast, and natural tool to control breeding and egg laying in medium size parrots. Our realistic, solid white, non-toxic plastic eggs, are modeled after real eggs, are made in the USA, and measure 1-1/2" long by 1-1/6" across. They are a perfect match for African Grey, Eclectus, Amazon Parrot, Small Cockatoo, and Small Macaw. DummyEggs® bird egg reproductions are used to control egg laying by replacing live eggs and simulating a full clutch of eggs. Please read our important instructions, there is a lot of information provided for your success in using DummyEggs.

Please read our directions included with your order carefully. The Topics Covered Are:

• How Do Dummy Eggs Stop Egg Laying in pet parrots & birds?
• Are non-toxic solid plastic fake eggs safe and what are DummyEggs® made of?
• What do I do with real unwanted eggs that my parrot or bird have laid?
• How many dummy eggs do I put in her cage or nest at once?
• How long before the egg laying cycle starts over again?
• When do I remove the DummyEggs® from my bird’s cage or nest?
• How does my bird behave when she is getting ready to lay eggs?
• Can plastic dummy eggs work to replace both fertile and infertile eggs?
• Can Dummy Eggs help serious avian health conditions like chronic egg laying or egg binding?
• Will a fake egg stimulate a hen to start laying a clutch of eggs?
• How do I know what egg size I need for my pet African Grey, Eclectus, Amazon Parrots, Small Macaws and Cockatoos?
(Umbrella Cockatoo use Large Parrot Egg)
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Solid Plastic Dummy Egg for African Grey, Eclectus, Amazon, Cockatoo or Small Macaw

Faux Oeufs Plastique solide blanc réaliste,
perroquet gris africain, perroquet éclectus, perroquet amazone, perroquet cacatoès.

Create a nest bowl.

Find a shallow bowl about the length of your parrot. Fill with shredded paper towels or bird safe shredded paper bedding with no odor control. Place dummy eggs in nest bowl and place at bottom of cage or where ever your bird is comfortable. Leave the nest bowl in place for the same number of days that would be a normal incubation for your species and then remove. Clean often.

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For a free copy of our instruction sheet,
please email with your request to: info@dummyeggs.com

Incubation Chart for Pet Bird Species

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DummyEggs® manufactures and sells plastic bird eggs to aid in reducing
complications from the natural and ongoing reproductive cycle of female birds. We are not medical professionals or veterinarians. Please consult with your avian veterinarian for all health concerns as soon as possible.


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