Petamine Breeder 2 Lbs
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Rating: 4.8

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(4.8 out of 5, based on 6 reviews)

a dietary enrichment for adult birds during the breeding cycle vitamin e enriched to encourage breeding the choice of professional breeders for more than 60 years
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Terri t.
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Rating: 4

Really helps birds

posted 5 years ago

great product that I have given to my birds for many, many years

Pros: healthy, nutritious product

Cons: sometimes difficult to find

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fabienne l.
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Rating: 5

Seems to work

posted 5 years ago

A vet told us it's a great thing and our birds confirmed it

Pros: our birds liked that

Cons: none

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