My green cheek conure loves these pellets. She was raised hand fed and doesn't like seeds with the exception of sunflower. The Ingredient list for Tops is a bounty of vitamins and minerals. I also grind these pellets and sprinkle them on my parakeet seed food. I noticed their feathers are looking more vibrant. Highly recommend.
I really like these pellets. I mix them with natural zupreem and my birds love them a lot. I like how natural the ingredients are. !!!
my pet is happy with the pellets and very good for the health
My new baby parakeets (I have 3) took right to Top’s for the little ones. They are ready to eat each morning and want me to hurry up with their bowls.
Top's was very generous and donated a dozen of this product for our All-American budgie show. I used it as a filler (to absorb moisture) in the moist food diet that my English budgies feed to their babies. Worked beautifully. Good product - great company. Thanks again Tops.
My parrots all took to this food right away. Even my budgies dive head first into the bowl! It feels good to know that they are eating something so good for them. The only down side is that the pellets break down easily into dust, so there is some waste.
Chicken, my little quaker parrot, devours this food. She absolutely loves it. It stays moist-ish in the bag and she easily breaks it apart to eat. It took her about 2 weeks to acclimate to it.
After my parrots food was discontinued, it was back to the brands full of sugar and filler, which he loves of course. He doesn’t really care for this healthy option, but I am going to keep offering it to him. It’s hard to find a quality parrot food, I like the ingredients in Tops. My parrot disagrees.
This is a good quality bird food for my little conure. As with most birds she's a little picky and at 20 years old I guess she's set in her ways. She is eating it but still prefers her roudybush . I will continue giving this to her everyday because it's good for her and she does eat it .
Okay well I've been feeding my little guy Zupreme food for a long time (like 15 years) SO the transition may take years. I'm sure if you're just starting out feeding with this food it will be fine. For me I think it's going to be a long process.