- Foraging Devices
In the wild, primates typically spend most of their time foraging for food. Even in captivity, feeding time is one of the most important events during the day for primates so why not try to extend that period of time as much as possible? By using foraging devices, you can basically mimic the foraging behavior and truly keep monkeys busy for hours. Providing foraging opportunities for primates helps reduce boredom while encouraging exercise and muscle building. To increase difficulty, consider hanging some of the devices we offer here outside of their enclosure. A happy monkey is a healthy monkey!
Primate Foraging Unit #2034
Prosimian Foraging Unit #2033
Neotropical Foraging Units #2037
Sanguinus Foraging Unit #2006
Forager Foraging Unit #2021
Macaca Foraging Unit #2008
Anthropoidea Foraging Unit #2010
Herbivore Foraging Unit #2023
Lichen Foraging Unit #2022
PLANET DOG ORBEE LINK 5.5" W X 5.5 "H
PLANET DOG ORBEE LINK 8PC SET 9"H x 5.5"W
Feeder Tube, 7" x 28" Long
Feeder Tube, 14" x 18" Long
Feeder Tube, 12" x 34" Long
Feeder Tube, 10" x 31" Long
Tray 22.5" x 21.5" x 9.5"
Tray 12" x 12" x 24"
Fum Tube: Large
Food Ball With Ring: Large
Tug-A-Jug Dog Treat Dispensing Toy- Small
Tug-a-jug Dog Treat Dispensing Toy- Med./Lrg.
Tug-a-jug Dog Treat Dispensing Toy- X-Small
Primate Stainless Steel Feed Troughs