All of the Parrot Cafe treats have been made with natural ingredients and are always freshly baked when you order, so you get the highest quality treat.
Not only that, they contain important vitamins and minerals that maintain good overall health in your Parrot. They don’t feature any additives or preservatives either.
The bright colourful, sweet scent and interesting shapes of the treats mean they’ll capture your Parrot’s imagination straight away.
The treats come in either a two or six pack, so plenty to delight your Parrot with. Parrot Cafe treats are small enough for your Parrot to hold in their feet or beak, and to hide in foraging toys to keep your bird mentally stimulated and replicate their natural wild behaviour.
Alternatively they can be hung in your bird’s cage or on their play stand, so they can tuck into their yummy treats whenever they like.
Parrot Cafe Treats
Lollipop treat sticks are more unusual shaped treats from Parrot Cafe for your bird to try. The delicious Palm Oil and Elderberry Lollipop is held together on a delicious liquorice stick. These scrumptious ingredients have a host of health benefits for Parrots including reducing inflammation, supporting your bird’s immune system and helping with growth and development.
Other lollipops available are Walnut and Rice.
The Parrot Cafe donuts are filled with pomegranate have a multitude of health benefits. These include antioxidants that help protect your bird from cell damage, Vitamin K that ensures your Parrot’s bones stay healthy and strong and Vitamin C which takes care of your bird’s immune system. Plus, they’re low in fat and cholesterol.
There are also Fruit Slices, Peanut Butter Daisies, Pizza Slices, NutriBars, Elderberry and Honey Hearts and Fabulous Flowers, Chili Sticks, Palm Oil Cookies and Palm Oil and Mango Muffins.
Not forgetting the Chilli and Beetroot Popcorn.
Use the Wheat Grass to grow a tasty meal for your Parrot.
Parrot Cafe: Delicious, natural Parrot treats.
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