Harrisons Power Treats Bird Food , 1lb

Harrisons Power Treats Bird Food , 1lb

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Part Number:HBD-PT1
  • Current Exp Date::AUG 2019

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FOR USE IN BIRDS Can be used as the only food source to aid in weaning, changing a bird's diet from seeds to Harrison's Bird Foods or as a supplement for birds already fed Harrison's Bird Foods that need extra energy following an illness.

4 Stars
Harrisons Power Treats
These were recommended to me by my avian vet. These are supposed to aid in the conversion process (from seed -> pellets), but I can't get my little guys to eat them the way they are. I have 3 cockatiels, a sun conure, and a green cheek conure, and I think I need a mortar & pestle to break them down so my little guys can eat them. Whenever my flock tries to pick these up, they drop the treats to the bottom of the cage because they're too large. I don't think there's a smaller size available for smaller birds, so just be prepared to have to break these down for your babies.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Independence, OH. on 11/25/2015
5 Stars
I give 2 pieces/day to my Blue Crowned Amazon – she LOVES them. She literally dives for them as soon as I put the food dish in the cage.
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from VA. on 12/9/2015
5 Stars
Harrisons Power Treats Bird Food , 1lb
The expiration date on the Harrison products that I purchase is satisfying to me as I don't always note on my orders "the latest date." Thank you for the courtesy. Elberta
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Reviewed by:  from . on 6/15/2015
1 Stars
Would you feed candy to your parrot?
On this website the 2nd ingredient is listed as "evaporated sugar cane juice". When you receive the bag it just says "sugar". This is because they are the same thing. It's deceptive to use the wordage "evaporated sugar cane juice" to make people think it's somehow healthier for their animal. In either event, I failed to read the ingredients before I bought this product. If I had noticed sugar was included, I would not have bought this. How anyone can make something other than sugar cookies with sugar as the 2nd most prevalent ingredient is beyond me. I assumed if these were made by Harrison's, they would be bird "health food". No one should be making bird food with sugar in it. I won't be buying these again. (Yes, my birds loved these – Have you ever met a kid that wouldn’t eat candy?)
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Reviewed by:  from Minneapolis. on 4/29/2017
5 Stars
The Best
By far the best quality food for my flock. I've done my research! Then add customer service and you have a life long customer!
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Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer)  from Kansas. on 7/23/2016

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