Living World Vegetable Sticks Cockatiel 112g

$4.99

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  • Abbotsford
  • Chilliwack
  • Commercial
  • Maple Ridge
  • Mission
  • Port Coquitlam
  • North Vancouver
  • St. Albert
  • Victoria
  • Living World Sticks for Cockatiels are healthy and delicious treats that provide many outstanding benefits, including excellent nutrition plus an enticing incentive to exercise and play. The sticks contain high quality grains, seeds and vegetables, which are triple baked to ensure that your pet bird gets a healthy, crunchy and irresistible treat every time.

    Highly palatable, the tasty sticks will entice your companion bird to peck away with enthusiasm, providing an excellent form of foraging exercise and enrichment that helps relieve boredom.

    Each stick has a natural wood center that is completely chewable and safe. The sticks also come with a flexible clip holder so that you can easily hang them on the cage wire for easy access.

    Living World Sticks for Cockatiels are healthy and delicious treats that provide many outstanding benefits, including excellent nutrition plus an enticing incentive to exercise and play. The sticks contain high quality grains, seeds and vegetables, which are triple baked to ensure that your pet bird gets a healthy, crunchy and irresistible treat every time.

    Highly palatable, the tasty sticks will entice your companion bird to peck away with enthusiasm, providing an excellent form of foraging exercise and enrichment that helps relieve boredom.

    Each stick has a natural wood center that is completely chewable and safe. The sticks also come with a flexible clip holder so that you can easily hang them on the cage wire for easy access.

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    Vendor Code 80702
    Weight 112g

    Wheat flour, whole wheat, oat groats, extruded corn, yellow millet, sunflower seed, canary grass seed, white sorghum, buckwheat, red millet, gum arabic, dehydrated cabbage, dehydrated parsnip, dehydrated tomato, dehydrated spinach