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Hartz Bonanza® Parakeet Treat Sticks Honey Vanilla Flavor

Hartz Bonanza® Parakeet Treat Sticks Honey Vanilla Flavor

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Tasty nutrition in every bite.
 
Birds love variety. Offering Hartz Bonanza® Treat Sticks is a healthy and easy way to add variety to your bird’s diet. Fun, tasty and nutritious, your bird will love them!
 
Hartz Bonanza® Parakeet Honey Vanilla Flavor Treat Sticks are a tasty fruit, seed and grain combination your pet bird will love. This healthy snack, specifically formulated for Parakeets, Canaries and Finches, is fortified with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and omega-6 fatty acids to help maintain health and vitality.
 

  • Vitamin A helps support eye, skin and immune system health.
  • Vitamin D helps birds effectively use calcium and supports bone health.
  • Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and helps maintain healthy cells.
  • Omega-6 Fatty Acids help promote healthy skin & vibrant feathers.

 
Feeding Instructions:
Hang treat stick vertically from side of your pet’s cage or place the hanger between cage wires and rotate. Replace when consumed or soiled. Always keep fresh water readily available for your pet. Store in a cool, dry place.
 

Available in these varieties

Type Size
Parrot – Peanut Butter Flavor 4 Sticks 7.5 oz
Parakeet – Honey Vanilla Flavor 4 Sticks 8 oz (shown)
Parakeet – Orange Citrus Flavor 4 Sticks 8 oz
Cockatiel – Orange Citrus Flavor 4 Sticks 7.5 oz/td>

Make Your Own Bird Treats

A birds diet that is fun and easy.

Feeding your bird doesn’t have to mean just seeds or nuts or commercial food. Birds love a good snack too, and many birds need treats to give them variety or additional nutr...

A Bird’s Daily Diet

Because of their high metabolism, birds are sensitive to nutritional deficiencies.

In the wild, animals find ways to naturally balance their diet. But in the cage, proper nutrition is up to you. Nutritional d...

Foods Birds Should Avoid

There are some foods that should be enjoyed in moderation and others your bird should avoid altogether.

In captivity, birds' diets and energy requirements are different from their ancestors in the wild. They ...

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Tasty nutrition in every bite.
 
Birds love variety. Offering Hartz Bonanza® Treat Sticks is a healthy and easy way to add variety to your bird’s diet. Fun, tasty and nutritious, your bird will love them!
 
Hartz Bonanza® Parakeet Honey Vanilla Flavor Treat Sticks are a tasty fruit, seed and grain combination your pet bird will love. This healthy snack, specifically formulated for Parakeets, Canaries and Finches, is fortified with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and omega-6 fatty acids to help maintain health and vitality.
 

  • Vitamin A helps support eye, skin and immune system health.
  • Vitamin D helps birds effectively use calcium and supports bone health.
  • Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant and helps maintain healthy cells.
  • Omega-6 Fatty Acids help promote healthy skin & vibrant feathers.

 
Feeding Instructions:
Hang treat stick vertically from side of your pet’s cage or place the hanger between cage wires and rotate. Replace when consumed or soiled. Always keep fresh water readily available for your pet. Store in a cool, dry place.
 

Available in these varieties

Type Size
Parrot – Peanut Butter Flavor 4 Sticks 7.5 oz
Parakeet – Honey Vanilla Flavor 4 Sticks 8 oz (shown)
Parakeet – Orange Citrus Flavor 4 Sticks 8 oz
Cockatiel – Orange Citrus Flavor 4 Sticks 7.5 oz/td>

Make Your Own Bird Treats

A birds diet that is fun and easy.

Feeding your bird doesn’t have to mean just seeds or nuts or commercial food. Birds love a good snack too, and many birds need treats to give them variety or additional nutr...

A Bird’s Daily Diet

Because of their high metabolism, birds are sensitive to nutritional deficiencies.

In the wild, animals find ways to naturally balance their diet. But in the cage, proper nutrition is up to you. Nutritional d...

Foods Birds Should Avoid

There are some foods that should be enjoyed in moderation and others your bird should avoid altogether.

In captivity, birds' diets and energy requirements are different from their ancestors in the wild. They ...