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FINCH DUMMY EGGS

Pinz√≥n • Fringillid√©

Finch Eggs from DummyEggs.com. Selling Fake Bird Eggs, plastic eggs, dummy eggs to stop pet birds from laying eggs.

5/8" long x 1/2" wide  (15 x 12 mm)
Your Choice of White, Speckled, or Light Blue
Solid Plastic with Realistic Shape

Average Incubation 14 days, Average clutch 4 - 6

Designed to Match Real Eggs.
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.

Fool Your Bird in to Thinking She Has Laid All Her Eggs & She Will Stop Laying More.

Dummy Eggs for small Finch have a realistic shape, weight, color and feel. Your bird will happily sit on them and never know you have replaced her real eggs. Dummy eggs are solid non-toxic plastic that is virtually indestructible, machine washable and reusable. We recommend you use 7 eggs, one more than the average number of 6 eggs laid in an average clutch. Put all 7 in a small flat bowl where ever your hen is acting broody or has already laid eggs. Your bird can now sit on her fake eggs until she loses interest in 2 weeks.

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LIGHT GREEN CANARY DUMMY EGGS

Canary Eggs from DummyEggs.com. Selling Fake Bird Eggs, plastic eggs, dummy eggs to stop pet birds from laying eggs. Plastic Dummy Eggs for Canary in Light Green

Canario • Canari

Set of 7 $16.95 / Set of 14 $24.95

3/4" long x 1/2" wide  (18 x 12 mm)

Average Incubation 14 days, Average clutch 4 - 6

Designed to Match Real Eggs.
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.

Fool Your Bird in to Thinking She Has Laid All Her Eggs & She Will Stop Laying More.

Stop Egg Laying! Our 3/4" x 1/2" LIGHT GREEN Dummy Eggs for CANARY have a plump realistic shape, weight, color and feel. Your bird will happily sit on them and never know you have replaced her real eggs. Detailed instructions for success in using dummy eggs are included with each order. Dummy eggs are solid non-toxic plastic that is virtually indestructible, machine washable and reusable. We recommend you use 7 eggs, one more than the average number of 6 eggs laid in an average clutch. Put all 7 in a small flat bowl where ever your hen is acting broody or has already laid eggs. Your bird can now sit on her fake eggs until she loses interest in 2 weeks.

Hanging Plastic Finch or Canary Nest

$4.50

 

Healthy Hen Probiotic Bird Food sold by the cup or in packages with cuttlebones and mineral blocks at DummyEggs.com. Help support vital nutrients needed by egg laying birds. Healthy Hen Probiotic Food. Complete Balanced All Natural Food Birds Love. Health & Happiness!

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DummyEggs™.com manufactures and sells bird supplies 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.

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