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Slip-On Collar

Regular price R 179.00 ZAR
Regular price R 170.00 ZAR Sale price R 179.00 ZAR
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Slip-On Collar

Please note colours may vary 

Please consult your AVIAN VET before getting a collar to ensure it is the best OPTION for your parrot's plucking!  
Collars are NOT a QUICK FIX for plucking; you will need time to train and make your parrot accustomed to wearing a collar. 

The more severe your bird’s plucking, the thicker and stiffer the collar needs to be. Most birds need time to adjust to a bird collar.

Bird collars are part of a range of wellness products that support feather pluckers. They work while you work on improving your pet's diet, improve parrot husbandry, and start using behaviour modification.

The Parrot Shop in collaboration with Luckybird will donate R20 from the sale of each collar to Cheeky Beaks Parrot Rescue. 


XSmall: 75 -125gm
Small: 125 - 250gm
Medium: 250 - 450gm
Large: 450 - 800gm
Extra Large: 800+gm


Medium weight fleece, heavy-duty thread


If you can't handle your bird, then you should have your vet help you.

1.Examine the size of the neck hole to determine if you need to trim it to fit. Neck holes are intentionally made small because you can always trim one to fit if it is too small but if the neck hole is too big, the collar would not protect your bird.

2.Sit on the floor with your knees in front of you. 

3.Place your bird in between your legs with the beak pointing away from you.

4.Hold the head stabilizing the jaw to prevent a bite.

5.Stick your fingers through the neck hole.

6.Slide your hand over your birds head and quickly pull the collar over the head. 

ALWAYS observe your bird for a few days to make sure that it can get around and go about its daily activities like walking, eating, and playing.

Every bird reacts differently to wearing a bird collar. Some birds throw a fit while others act like they are frozen.

Either way, it is up to you to lavishly reward and reinforce "normal" parrot behavior and ignore the "fits." If your bird acts frozen, as if it can't move or eat, gently show it that it can walk, eat, and play in a bird collar.

Be persistent!

Give your pet plenty of treats and favorite toys when it is leaving the collar alone. Also, reward normal parrot daily activities like


Trim To Fit: If the collar is too long trim it back at the bottom and add a few stitches at the seam where you cut it. If the neck hole appears too small cut notches up to the second seam.

Please be advised: Birds that habitually pluck or mutilate themselves and those that have had this habit for a long time need more training and time to adapt to a bird collar. While most people experience success with our bird collars we do not guarantee that a bird will adapt to a bird collar, that they'll like it, or that they can't remove the collar. 

Washing: Wash in mild soapy water and lay flat to dry.

Plan to support acceptance with these strategies:

1. Spray the bird collar with a bird-safe bitter spray like Bitter Apple