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Bird Treats

Treats are a great way to reward your feathered birds for each good work done by the pets whether it is related to training or any other thing. Treats are also very helpful in increasing bonding with your pets. Using bird treats, it will be easy to teach your birds various new tricks and methods. These treats will also encourage your birds to learn good behavior to make you feel good. 

Different varieties of peanut treats, cuttlebone, millet spray, and parakeet treats are rich in antioxidants and vitamins that are great sources to keep your pets healthy and lay a well-maintained lifestyle. Whereas mealworm treats provide proper nutritional balance to your feathered friends. 

Kwik Pets also serves cuttlefish bone which is naturally made without any additives that have a rich source of calcium and minerals for birds to make their bones strong by maintaining their proper body shape to look more attractive. 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are varieties of bird treats available in different flavors, materials, textures, etc at Kwik Pets that can be given to birds to make them happy and healthy. Some fruits like mango, banana, pomegranate, apples or even cantaloupe can be given to birds as treats. Cuttlebone is also a great option to consider as it helps with maintaining the proper beak structure of birds.
Feeding bird treats to pets depends on the size, age, and health of the birds. It is always a better option to consult with a professional veterinarian once to get a perfect idea of what and how to feed birds. For most large-sized treats, one daily is enough. However, every bird treats that you purchase mentions complete feeding guidelines in it which should be followed.
It is fine to feed apples to birds. Along with that birds also appreciate having other fruits such as plums, oranges, grapes, apples, crabapples, cherries, and prickly pear. It is found that birds may swallow small fruits whole. Thus, if you are feeding any fruits that contain seeds, it can cause harmful effects on the bird’s body. Hence, larger fruits may be shredded, sliced, pierced, or torn for birds to avoid any harmful effects.