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Your birdie needs lots of bird toys and treats for added fun and stimulation. Bird treats are a great way to bond with your bird and relieve bird cage boredom, and they're perfect for training and rewards.Brown's Tropical Carnival Coated Peanuts Bird Treats are fun and flavorful treats that are great for training medium and large Parrots, Cockatoos and Macaws. These tasty peanuts are coated with all sorts of natural goodness like real cranberries, blueberries and sweet potatoes that are rich in antioxidants and vitamins. This snack comes in a convenient, resealable package to maintain freshness. It's a delicious and fun way to encourage your pet Parrot's natural foraging tendencies. Vitakraft Variety Pack Triple Baked Crunch Sticks with Honey, Egg and Fruit Parakeet Treats are triple baked for a challenging chew and great taste. Made with real orange, egg and honey, this vitamin-fortified snack contains only top-quality ingredients. It has a natural wood stick center for long-lasting chewing fun and clips easily to your bird's cage to encourage foraging behaviors and prevent boredom. You can also add some extra protein to your bird's diet with Fluker's Gourmet-Style Mealworms. These yummy mealworm treats for birds are the perfect nutritional treat for daily feedings. They're loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins to help your bird thrive. The stay-fresh lid helps to maintain optimal freshness to ensure that every bite is as tasty as the first. Kaytee Fiesta Krunch-A-Rounds Hookbill Bird Treats make a hearty snack that your bird can sink his teeth into. These delicious peanut centers are rolled in crispy rice and covered in sesame seeds for a tasty, nutty nugget your bird can gnaw and chew with delight. They work great as a training reward for Parrots, Cockatiels, and other Hookbill birds. Living World Cuttlebone Bird Treat provides an ideal rough surface to keep your feathered-friend's beak trim and sharp. Made out of natural cuttlefish bone, it provides an excellent source of calcium and minerals. You can also cut it into smaller pieces or ground it into a powder to use as a nutritional supplement. Delicious and fun bird treats along with a balanced diet and lots of fresh water will keep your feathered-friend in tip-top shape. Shop the best bird treats here on Chewy.com today!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bird Treats
Can you train a bird with treats?
You can train a bird with treats, and training your bird can be both entertaining and rewarding for you both. Many birds take well to training, including popular pets like canaries, lovebirds, parakeets, cockatoos and parrots. Chewy carries a great range of bird treats for birds of all types, so you can find just the right training rewards for your feathered friend!
How do I feed treats to my bird?
Feed treats to your bird as a special reward to promote bonding or to reinforce good behavior. You can give your bird treats during training or make treat time a special thing you do together every day. Feed your bird treats by hand to encourage interaction or put the treat down in front of him and watch him eat it. Most experts recommend against just putting bird treats in the cage at mealtime, as many birds will fill up on treats first and neglect their complete and balanced food.
How often should I give my bird treats?
You should give your bird treats daily, but make sure they are healthy treats like natural seed or fruits and veggies. You can also give your bird packaged bird treats for training or as a special reward, just be sure they don't make up more than 10% of your bird's daily diet.
What are the best treats for birds?
The best treats for birds are healthy natural treats like seed mixes and fresh fruits and vegetables. Look for packaged treats made for the type of bird you have. Chewy makes it easy to search for treats by bird type and you can search by type of treat, as well. Good treats for most birds include millet sprays, dried fruits and seed mixes. Try to avoid giving your bird treats with lots of added sugars, fat and artificial ingredients, or give them only sparingly as a special treat.