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JW Pet InSight Millet Spray Holder, Regular

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Description

With the JW Pet InSight Millet Spray Holder, you can offer your pet bird a delicious millet treat to stimulate his natural foraging instincts. The colorful plastic holder easily attaches to the cage wall by hooking onto the bars of the cage. To keep it extra secure, you can hang it from the Insight Treat Stick Holder, which features a curved perch and bottom tray to cut down on spills. The Insight Millet Spray Holder is great for any type of millet that your bird desires.

Key Benefits
  • Colorful millet spray treat holder that helps keep fragments and debris from falling outside the cage
  • Ideal for parakeets, canaries, cockatiels and finches
  • Can be used with any type of millet and also be used to hold similar bird grasses and other stemmed treats.
  • Two different ways to attach to the cage, can be hooked onto bars of cage or hang from the Insight Treat Stick Holder (sold separately)
  • Easy to remove and clean

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  • Item Number
    102132
  • Dimensions
    10.75 x 5 x 1 inches
  • Bird Type
    Canary, Cockatiel, Finch, Parakeet
  • Brand
    Petmate
Instructions

JW Millet Spray Holder can be placed inside of the Insight Treat Stick Holder to stimulate natural foraging instincts. For parakeets, canaries, cockatiels and finches.

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Customer Reviews

35 Reviews 35 Reviews 3.7 out of 5 Stars

74% Recommend

74% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    not practical for my parakeets

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    I read the good reviews and got excited because I’ve been having some trouble finding ways to keep the millet up so the birds can enjoy. The millet fits inside fine but the birds couldn’t fit their beaks through the access it (it’s a pretty big container). So it may not work for everyone but for the few bucks maybe worth a try.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Helpful Hint(millit spray holder).

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    Very nice...Little hint, on the small bottom, cut off the little tab (Supposed to keep the millit spray from sliding out) won't happen !! This way on the wider top, use your finger, pencil eraser or whatever to push the millit down as the birds eat it !!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Concept is a good idea

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    Concept is a good idea. But it swings way to much for my little fench to sit on and it sticks out to much when I tried hanging it on the side of the cage. So I used a zip tie and everyone is happy!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Not For Large Birds

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    My Amazon tore this from the cage and then chewed it to shreds. She seemed more interested in this than the millet! I'm sure this is perfect for small birds but the larger birds need the more secure holders made from wire. My preference for my girl are the wire holders with beads or small toys covering the wire so she isn't chewing directly on the wire. Still love you Chewy! Everything you carry can't be perfect for everyone.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Helps contain the seed stalk

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    While millet makes a mess, this little gadget helps to keep the seeds in a relatively small area rather than all over the cage.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good and bad

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    I wanted something to hold partial millet sprays as a reward. Not a lot of choices out there. The good - it holds any size millet spray. It encourages foraging skills as your bird works to get the millet out. The bad - the inner parts of the millet are not accessible and go to waste. It hangs by a thin plastic clip that I feel I’m going to break at any moment. To refill you have to take it out, flexing the plastic clip. Maybe someone will devise a wire spiral for millet (or DIY) with better access and sturdier.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    I do not recommend

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    I don't like to give a bad review, but... I bought this for my baby cockatiel, and I could not tell what exactly happened, but I heard her squacking and panicking because she got her foot or beak stuck in it while trying to eat the millet. It ended up being fine and my bird is not harmed, but this product is not made well, and it is not worth it. :(

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Helps the millet last

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    Although the hook is cheap and flimsy, the over all product is well constructed and designed. We have a cockatiel who sometimes struggles to get her beak in the small opening, so I would only advise for small birds.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Great millet holder

    By on Top 500 Contributor

    Does exactly what you want it to do. Birds haven't chewed through the plastic, so I am pleased with the quality.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not worth it

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    It fits in the cage great. Just the treats don't fit in great so it is hard for my bird to get. Kind of just a waste if he can't eat so we just stick them in the cage bars still and don't use it.

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