Finally, an avian-favorite Nutri-Berries food specifically for senior parrots. Senior Bird Nutri-Berries offer the same balanced nutrition as Classic and Gourmet Nutri-Berries, plus its formulated to meet the special needs of mature birds. This balanced, low-calorie, scientifically-enhanced daily food promotes optimum health through the "golden years" of life, packed with age-targeting herbs like milk thistle, dandelion, and ginger. Made with 61% pellets, 26% wholesome grains, and 13% fruit. Omega-3 & Omega-6 balanced.
Packed With Age-Defying Fruits
Plums provide dietary fiber and are high in Vitamins A, C, K, potassium, fluoride and beta-carotene. Cranberries are full of antioxidants that strengthen the immune system by flushing out harmful toxins. Dates are iron-rich fruits that contain flavonoid polyphenolic antioxidants known as tannins, which possess anti-infective, anti-inflammatory and anti-hemorrhagic properties. Senior Bird Nutri-Berries have the optimal balance of age-defying ingredients to help give your bird the recipe for a longer, healthier life.
Senior Bird Nutri-Berries Are Made With 61% Pellets And More
Dr. Lafeber Sr. developed the first companion bird pellets in 1973. Pellets provide a complex mix of nutrients along with an additional taste and texture for your bird to enjoy. Senior Bird Nutri-Berries also contain the necessary amino acids, vitamins, minerals and balanced Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids critical to maintaining a healthy immune system, strong beak and bones and gorgeous feathers — all in a berry shape that encourages beak and tongue exercise.
No Artificial Flavors Or Colors
What you see is what you get. When you see a red bit of fruit – it is real cranberry. The plums and dates are the real deal, too — not something artificially flavored or colored to look like fruit. The same for the herbs – those little flakes are real milk thistle, ginger and dandelion to give your older bird an added health boost.
Is My Bird A Senior Bird?
Like people, age-related conditions like arthritis can happen at different ages for different birds. In general, a bird may be considered a Senior once it has reached half of its expected life span.