High carb, low fat treats are perfect for young, growing birds, but adults love them, too. Easy to digest snack prevents boredom. Natural spray millet is the only ingredient, no additives. Ideal for budgies, canaries, finches, cockatiels, and more. 17.6 oz. bag.
Bag is not resealable. You may want to store treats elsewhere to keep them fresh.
Real pieces of dried papaya dipped in creamy mango flavored yogurt. Perfect as a snack or mixed into regular food. Ideal for cockatiels, conures, parrots, and parakeets. 2.5 oz. bag. Small, easy to eat bits.
Bottom of the bag is filled with small crumbs, so can be quite messy near the end.
Colorful and crunchy, these sunflower kernels appeal to a wide range of pet birds. Small treats can be mixed into food to engage your bird’s natural foraging instincts or used as training rewards. Ideal for parakeets, cockatiels, parrots, macaws, and more. 3.5 oz. bag.
Colorful coating includes sugars and corn syrup, so should only be given sparingly.
Treat sticks attach easily to any cage with the included clip. Triple toasted grains appeal to birds' love of crunchy treats. When all the grains are gone, leave the bare stick in the cage for your bird to safely peck away at. Pack of 2.
Seeds fall off of the stick quite easily.
Natural dried fruits are the only ingredients. Appeals to fruit loving birds like macaws, cockatiels, African greys, cockatoos, and other parrots. Resealable bag keeps treats fresh. Wide variety of decent sized fruit bits. 5 oz. bag.
Banana chips may be too large for some birds, but are easy to break.
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Pet birds require plenty of variety in their diets to keep them from getting bored. Treats are a delicious way to change things up every now and then. Just be careful not to overdo it, especially with treats that contain ingredients that aren't naturally part of a bird's healthy diet, like corn syrup. Sweet snacks should only make up about 20% of your feathered friends' overall diet. To further prevent boredom, try hiding snacks inside of a puzzle toy. Bright colors and crunchy textures are appealing to most birds, but you should always check the packaging to see what species the snacks are catered to.