Vitakraft Triple Baked Honey Sticks Cockatiel & Cockatoo Treats, 2 count

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Keep your Cockatiels and Parrots healthy during moulting with Vitakraft Triple Baked Honey Sticks Cockatiel & Parrot Treats. During the moulting period, birds need special nutrients and fortifying substances as well as essential amino acids to ward off unpleasant side effects. Vitakraft Triple Baked Honey Sticks Cockatiel & Parrot Treats are specially formulated to provide these nutrients during moulting. Made with sunflower, buckwheat and honey, these treats are triple-baked for a crunchiness birds love. It has a natural wood stick for long-lasting chewing fun and clips easily to your bird's cage to encourage foraging behaviors, provide mental and physical exercise and prevent boredom.

Key Benefits
  • Made with whole grains and honey
  • Triple-baked for irresistible crunch & taste
  • Long-lasting natural wood stick center
  • Helps cockatiels & parrots fight the unpleasant side effects of molting
  • Provides mental and physical exercise

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    Cockatiel, Cockatoo

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    United States

Nutritional Info

Sunflower seed, Yellow millet, Red millet, White millet, Wheat flour, Milo, Wheat, Canary grass seed, Oat groats, Sesame seed, Dried artichoke, Sugar, Apple juice concentrate, Corn starch, Eucalyptus oil, Honey, Calcium propionate (a preservative), Calcium carbonate, Calcium phosphate, Salt, Beet molasses, Lecithin, Color added (yellow 5, yellow 6), Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, Choline chloride, Riboflavin supplement, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Menadione sodium bisulfite complex, Vitamin B12 supplement, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate, Niacin supplement, d-Calcium pantothenate, Biotin, Folic acid.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 10.9% min
Crude Fat 7.9% min
Crude Fiber 10.7% max
Moisture 13.8% max
Feeding Instructions

Hang Crunch Stick inside pet's habitat using attached clip holder. Be sure to provide fresh, clean water.

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  • Great Conure Treat

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    My Green Cheek Conures LOVED these! They were entertained and ate through the whole treat in just one day. Great once in a while special treat!

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  • Very disappointed

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    The treats were damaged. It got smashed. :( couldn't even give it to my bird. He was one sad bird.

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  • Cockatiel loves these treats

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    My Cockatiel knows that he will get these treats every time I clean his cage and becomes impatient waiting for me to hang it in his cage. I buy these frequently for him. Satisfied with purchase and would buy again.

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  • These were not a hit

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    I have 3 cockatiels and none of the birds would go near these treats. It was a shock since my oldest bird would eat treats like this but he refused to eat this one.

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  • Sing for me!

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    My cockatiels LOVE their treat sticks! Louie and Sammy will get very "testy" if we run out and will skreech incessantly until we restock them. After that it's all love coos and chirps. I can't say they are long lasting because they are usually gone in a day, but they are very much enjoyed.

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  • Treat Fell Off Stick

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    I hung the treat in my cockatiel's cage. He started eating at it and within an hour I noticed that large chunks of the treat had fell off the hanging stick. He did go to the bottom of the cage and eat some of the chunks but wasn't very happy.

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