Email Sign-Up Go to Shopping Cart (0)
 
 
EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ON PET SUPPLIES - 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE - FREE SHIPPING on orders $49 or more*
HOME »    ARTICLES »    BIRDS »    TREATS »    HOW TO CHOOSE THE BEST BIRD TREATS
Shop Clearance

Free Shipping on orders over $49

Customer Service
HELP DESK
1-800-381-7179


How to Choose the Best Bird Treats


Drs. Foster & Smith Educational Staff
TOP VIEWED ARTICLES
Cancer in Birds: Feeding for the Cure 
Your Bird and Millet Seed 
Use Bird Treats to Reward, Not Appease 
PRODUCTS RELATED TO:
Treats
Higgins Sunburst Gourmet Natural Treat: True Fruits
Higgins Sunburst Gourmet Natural Treat: True Fruits
As low as $4.49
Kaytee Forti-Diet Treat Jars
Kaytee Forti-Diet Treat Jars
As low as $3.49
E2 Mango and Banana Cuttlebones
E2 Mango and Banana Cuttlebones
As low as $1.99
How to choose the best bird treats

Golden Sunburst MilletChoose for nutrition
Wholesome treats can be hard to find. Many treats are laden with calories and packed with extra fats and sugars for taste appeal. However, healthier, but still tasty, alternatives are available. Some are made from natural food sources, such as our Golden Sunburst Millet. Others, such as Just Veggies, are packed with essential vitamins and minerals.

Choose for instinct
Unsalted NutsCertain treats help encourage activity and satisfy instincts. Treats that require your bird to forage or chew are better than those simply dropped into a dish in the cage corner. For example, our Unsalted Nuts require your bird to use her beak and feet to cull apart the shell and find the seed. For even more interest, place the treats in a puzzle toy, such as the Carousel Crazy Cubes.

WE RECOMMEND

Just Veggies

Scrumptious, crunchy treats are a nutritious addition to your bird's daily diet.

Unsalted Nuts

Unsalted Nuts also provide rewarding foraging activity that physically and mentally engages birds.

Basic Seeds

Introduce seeding-eating birds and other birds to new flavors, textures and shapes that complement their daily staple diets.
Click here for a more printer-friendly version of this article.  
Click here for a pdf version of this article.  

 

 



Contact us