Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 17
Rated 5 out of 5 by ocblue2u Perfect for high energy birds
I have a Hyacinth and she loves Harrison's Power Treats. She is extremely active and needs food and treats that can keep her active and healthy. Power Treats are a big part of that. I highly recommend this product.
May 17, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by bird7heaven Organic and excellent
My choice is organic, nutritional ,and NO COLOR added.
My Vet says when the birds eatig Harrisons, actually bird stool has plenty of good healthy bacteria in them .
It is organic and always fresh when you buy from Foster Smith.
June 1, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by tgeiger Finicky Bird
This product is great. My cockatoo already is on adult coarse for his main food. Since we moved to a colder climate his feathers looked shabby. This treat product really gives him the added nutrition and vitamins to help his feathers. This brand of food is a lifesaver. We saved Romeo and tjis is the only food he likes beside corn on the cob. You will not go wrong with this product.
March 9, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by MacawMama They will do anything for them!
My Blue and Gold Macaw and Military Macaw had bad habit of biting me when I put them back in the cage. When they were in an outdoor aviary cage when it was time to go in, they would not come down from high up. Power Treats solved my problem. They love them and I reserve Power Treats for when I put them back in the cage. I hold a few in my hand and let them see the Power Treats and they come immediately! I hold a few in front of each bird's head as I place them back in the cage. Each bird has a perch mounted on the Door of the cage which makes it easy to place them in the cage when the door swings open. They only get the treats if they do not bite me. They rarely bite me anymore and are much more cooperative.
I used to have to get a ladder and a towel to capture them when they were very uncooperative. I don't have to do that anymore!
(PS Pistachios in the shell work too!) (As a note: When I take them OUT of the cage, I target the perch by tapping it (no words) to signal the bird to come to the door perch. I can then remove them without having to go after them in the cage. I reward them when they come and come out without biting.
December 21, 2014