Morning Bird Organic Aloe Vera Anti Feather Picking/First Aid Formula Bird Treatment, 8-oz bottle

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Description

Help your feathered friend get back to feeling and looking his best with the Morning Bird Organic Aloe Vera Anti Feather Picking/First Aid Formula Bird Treatmentt. This 100% organic aloe vera treatment for birds is formulated to help reduce skin irritation and feather picking. It is crafted to penetrate, soothe and hydrate skin, feathers and nails. This avian aloe vera treatment is non-toxic, antibiotic, antiseptic, analgesic and styptic. It is made in the USA and features human-grade ingredients for the benefit of your bird buddy.

Key Benefits
  • Aloe vera treatment for birds.
  • Features human-grade ingredients.
  • Non-toxic, antibiotic, antiseptic, analgesic and styptic.
  • Crafted to penetrate, soothe and hydrate skin, feathers and nails.
  • Made in the USA.
Precautions

Not For Human Consumption. Keep out of the reach of children.

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  • Item Number
    236075
  • Farm Animal Type
    N/A
  • Bird Type
    Cockatiel, Cockatoo, African Grey, Canary, Conure, Finch, Lovebird, Parakeet, Macaw, Hookbill, Amazon
  • Product Form
    Liquid
Ingredients
Ingredients

Distilled Water, Organic Aloe Vera, GeoGuard ECT Formula.

Instructions

Gently spray on your bird's feathers, skin or nails until wet. Repeat as necessary.

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    Feather pickers

    By MrsP on Apr 11, 2021

    I have two fids who are pluckers. This product is helping them to grow feathers back.

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