ZuPreem Avian Entrees Garden Goodness Mix Small Bird Food
My small parrot loves this ZuPreem Avain Small bird food. My only issue is that it was always available at our local stores but now I have to order via the web and pay an extra 6.95 shipping.
It would be nice if it could be avail at the stores as well.
January 14, 2014
Green Cheek Conures Love This!
I actually bought this after purchasing the version with the dyes. They also seemed quite agitated most of the time with the previous food. With this, they prefer it to seed treats. One of my birds can be picky though, trying to grab out the pieces of dried fruit and chilli peppers. He also has trouble with gorging himself on this food so I have to monitor how much he is eating and make sure he gets exercise. They make lots of "soup" with the pellets so I frequently change their water. When I was out for the day, it smelled kind of funny and the water dish was filled with pellets. I think they really enjoy this. I wish I could buy this in bulk bags. It would also be nice if it were a bit cheaper. I pay $18-$19 in the store for this.
December 2, 2012
Pellets are good
I've bought this for my lovebird twice. He loves the pellets. But the dried up vegetables end up either on the floor of his cage or in his water dish. I see that as money going to waste so I am going to switch his food. Those pieces I think are better suited for a larger bird.
April 17, 2010
Great product but your bird may have his own ideas
Upon reccommendation by my avian vet, who wholeheartedly endorses Zupreem products, I first tried converting my 6 month old male parakeet over to Fruit Blend, but he didn't adapt to eating it. I then switched over to the Avian Entrees diet, mixing it w/ seed and gradually reducing seed over time. He picks out the big nuggets and dried tomatoes. So, I chopped everything up in to finer bits, which he reluctantly picked at and started to eat. It's been 3 weeks, but I don't see much eagerness by my keet to eat this feed. Birds will make up their own mind, despite all the endorsements, markteting, etc. Just be prepared to try a different brand or type of food if your bird doesn't eat it.
November 21, 2008