Poor Diet

Concerned my Galah wasn't eating a balanced diet
Solution:
After a visit to the vet and blood tests to check her general health, I was told that my Galah was overweight and had unhealthy feather and beak growth. This was the result of an unbalanced diet and I was advised to change her diet to a quality dry food called Vetafarm Parrot Pellet Maintenance Diet in conjunction with feeding raw veges such as corn and broccoli. Within 6 months she had lost weight and her feather and beak growth was healthy again.

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Submitted by 9434
Please note some fruits and vegetables can be harmful if fed to birds. Please consult your vet before feeding your bird any fruit or vegetables.    
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