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Zupreem Bird Food: There is a Zupreem for every parrot
Keeping Parrots is relatively "new" to the pet industry so the nutritional needs of parrots had not been studied as extensively as that of dogs and cats. That is until recently. Veterinarians and producers of premium parrot food have recently delved into the nutritional needs of parrots, nectar eating birds and softbills.
Malnutrition is the #1 killer of domestic parrots. Parrots have traditionally been fed bird seed which is an inadequate diet leading to malnutrition. Bird seed is okay for poultry or other seed eating birds, but it is horrible for rainforest birds, hookbills or parrots. Wild parrot food consists of complex vitamins found in exotic fruits and nuts. Improper bird food will greatly reduce your parrots quality of life. Only a few choice bird food nutritionist's, such as Zupreem have studied the nutritional needs of parrots and taken the steps to create nutritional bird food.
Zupreem Bird Food, Harrison's Bird Food and a few other companies stand out in the research and development of nutritious bird foods and specialized bird food diets. Zupreem Bird Food comes in varieties for breeders. Zupreem AvianMaintenance is for pet lovers who wish to maintain good health in parrots. And, now Zupreem offers a Low-Iron Diet for Softbills and a Zupreem Lory Diet for nectar eating birds. Plus, the new Zupreem AvianEntree line is a premium nugget plus fruit and veggie mix. Zupreem AvianMaintenance is offered in fun, fruit flavored nuggets that parrots love. For those who prefer to feed their parrot a wholesome pellet with no colorants, there is Zupreem AvianMaintenance Natural Formula. Zupreem Natural has wholesome fresh ground veggies in every nugget.
It is important that you feed your parrot premium extruded bird food supplemented with vegetables, grains and fruits. Most bird veterinarians suggest that eighty per cent of your bird's diet consist of premium bird food pellets such as Zupreem Bird Food or Harrison's bird food. The remaining twenty per cent should include fruits, vegetables, rice, pasta and other nutritional table foods.