Kaytee Perfect Choice Premium Cockatiel Food
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Kaytee Perfect Choice Premium Cockatiel Food


Rating: 3.9

Average rating from 9 reviews.

(3.9 out of 5, based on 9 reviews)

Fortified daily diet designed to provide better nutrition for seed eating birds by supplying increased variety. Collection of natural seeds, grains, dehydrated vegetables and nutrient supplements in a variety of sizes.
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Reader's Reviews (9)
krista l.
Rating: 5


posted 6 years ago

My cockatiel is picky and he will eat this. He likes the dehydrated vegetables in it which aren't in some other blends that we've fed him before.

Pros: Variety

Cons: None

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Rating: 5

The only food my cockatiel eats!

posted 6 years ago

My past cockatiel absolutely loved the fruity smell and taste when it came to it. He wouldn't eat anything else but this food! My cockatiel that I have now loves it and can't get enough of it!

Pros: It's healthy and it smells good!

Cons: Nothing wrong

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