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Dried Figs Parrot Treat - 200g

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A super healthy food to reward your Parrot with.

3/5
Last updated on 16th August 2018
4.99In stock
Dried Figs (544132) - 4.99
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These Dried Figs are a great healthy and nutritious addition to your Parrot's diet.

Sweet tasting figs are high in fibre, helping to keep your bird's digestive systems working correctly.

Dried fruits still provide most of the nutritional values as they would fresh. So, you get the added advantage of feeding your Parrot a nutritious treat, that you can keep stored and fresh for longer.
 
 
 
 

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3 / 5
Confused About The Figs, So Not Sure About Rcommendation Theres Just No Other Option To Select
3rd January 2018
Rank : Top 250 Reviewer
Owner type: Pet Parrot Owner
My Parrots: African Grey, Cockatiel, Lovebird
Location: United Kingdom
So I bought the Figs and they feel and smell great but when I opened up the figs I saw hundreds of seeds inside them, I was unsure if my Lovebirds or African Grey are aloud to eat fruits and the seeds within them? I have done some research and found that the parrots eating the figs do not necessarily eat the seeds or pips. It would be helpful for some clarity whether the seeds should be removed or not. Also, I have realised the stupidity in my question, why sell parrot food and then criticise it on whether or not parrots should eat parrot food... I just simply would rather be safe than sorry. Thank you! P.S. I have just had an idea, so as a suggestion to Northern Parrots would it be possible if you could devise a nutrition spreadsheet or overview on what parrots can and cannot eat in terms of fruit and veg, seeds and pips too? Something simple yet detailed. Thanks again.
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Northern Parrots: Hello, thank you for your feedback. We are currently working on some feeding guides, which will be published in the next few weeks. Our customer service team would be happy to provide more clarity on your question, please contact them at info@northernparrots.com
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