Meric Gecko Ladder Bridge, Raw Wood Hanging Climber, Flexible Swinging Footway, Provides Physical & Mental Encouragement, Entertainment for Lizards, Hamster, Gerbil, 1-pc
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Package Dimensions : 7.95 x 5.63 x 1.81 inches; 10.58 Ounces
Date First Available : June 10, 2020
Manufacturer : Meric
ASIN : B089YN2Y9Q
Country of Origin : China
Strengthens balance and foot dexterity — Hanging the ladder bridge in your crested gecko’s home encourages climbing and jumping. As your hamster, gerbil, or the lizard walks from rung to rung, it will help develop their balance abilities and foot dexterity. The irregular shape and texture of the wooden steps resemble bark and the bridge gently sways similar to wind in tree branches.
Quick to install and Easy to maintain — In just a few minutes, the fully assembled Ladder Bridge from Meric is installed into your pet’s cage. Attached to each end of the ladder is a length of rope and metal clamps that simply snap onto the wires of your pet cage. For quick maintenance, simply wipe off debris with a moist cloth. Detach and dip in warm water and mild detergent for five to ten minutes.
Sturdy and sustainable materials — Durable and flexible, the Meric Gecko Bridge is handmade with sustainable materials. Raw wood branches make up the rungs of the ladder giving your lizard’s cage a rustic appeal. Each step is securely connected by strong cotton ropes that can easily hold the weight of the average eyelash gecko.
Suitable for small to medium sized birds too — With a length of 13″ and a 3″ width, the Bird Ladder Bridge from Meric is the ideal cage accessory for small to medium sized birds. Parrots, macaws and cockatoos perch proudly on the bridge. Smaller birds like finches, canaries, parakeets, lovebirds and budgies eagerly climb the wooden hanging ladder.