Bird Seed hulls are coated with vitamins but the hulls are not ingested
Each pellet is carefully formulated for superior nutrition
Well nourished birds feel good and don't scream, bite or feather pick as much.
Nourished birds live longer and are better companions.
Nutritionally fit birds are pretty and happy.
Switching your parrot from a seed-based diet to a healthy pelleted or extruded bird food is one of the BEST things that you can do for your pet. Bird pellets provide much more nutritional value than any other bird food diet. You'll notice immediate changes in your bird’s disposition simply because it feels better. Plus, you’ll observe improved feathering and long-term health benefits within a few months. Healthy birds have stronger immune systems and are resistant to infections and illness.
Between a better temperament and reduced vet bills, switching your bird to a pellets is well worth the trouble.
Sure. Changing your parrot to pellets can be scary. You may need to consult an avian vet and keep an eye on your birds weight. Many seed addicted parrots would rather starve to death than readily take to a healthier diet. Diet preferences are often simply early imprinting. And, seeds are just down right fun and tasty to eat. Its less work for a pet store or hand feeder to wean a baby bird to seeds.
A tidbit about parrot nutrition is that birds don’t store vitamins and minerals in their bodies like ground dwelling animals. A bird body is designed to be as fit and trim as possible for speedy flight. Slow flighted birds can't keep up with the flock and get eaten. So, your bird needs excellent daily nutrition to maintain its health.
A bird must maintain its nutrition on a day by day basis. Organs and muscles deteriorate after months of inadequate nutrition. A bird that could live for 20 to more years may succumb to poor nutrition in just a few years of a seed based diet.
Teach Your Parrot to Eat Healthy
If you really want to improve your bird’s life with the benefits of a well-balanced pellet diet you’ll need to have patience and outsmart it. CLICK HERE NOW to learn tips for switching your bird to pellets. The change may take several weeks but your parrot will be happier because it will feel well-nourished. poorly nourished bird simply feels crummy. And, the long-term health benefits will allow you to enjoy your pet for years.