Bundle: Higgins Vita Seed California Blend Parrot Food + Sungrow Parrot Chew Toy, Foraging Blocks, Rainbow Wood

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Key Benefits
  • Comes with 25-lb bag of Higgins Vita Seed California Blend Parrot Food and a Sungrow Parrot Chew Toy, Foraging Blocks for Birds in Rainbow Wood.
  • Bird food is specially made for parrots with safflower seeds and peanut-free blend of veggies, nuts, legumes, and sulfite-free fruits.
  • Has oats, peas, bananas, almonds, pumpkin seeds, papaya, pineapple, and more tasty treats.
  • Fun toy designed to provide your bird with plenty of mental and physical activity.
  • Contains wooden blocks and cotton rope in a variety of colors for multiple textures, all made of 100% natural materials with non-toxic compositions.
Description

Keep your feathered friend healthy and entertained with Higgins Vita Seed California Blend Parrot Food and a SunGrow Parrot Chew Toy. Specially blended for parrots, the bird food contains safflower seeds with a deliciously natural blend of veggies, legumes, seeds, and grains. It packs a dose of wholesome nutrition, including vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, plant-based DHA omega-3 fatty acids, and probiotics to support immune system and digestive health. The rainbow wood foraging blocks provide your beaked buddy with plenty of mental and physical activity. It features multiple shapes and colors for him to chew on and play with. The different textures will keep your companion interested and occupied with wooden blocks and cotton rope in a variety of colors.

  • Item Number
    301968
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    By Boomer on Jun 19, 2021

    Mostly all sunflower seed. No way it can be the only source of food. Giving mine to a wildlife rescue center

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