UnRuffledRx FeatheredUp! Feather Growth Supplement for Parrots

  • Overview

    UnRuffledRx FeatheredUp! Feather Growth Supplement for Parrots

    Unable to ship to Australia or New Zealand 

    • The FeatheredUp! proprietary blend of ingredients helps boost your pet's metabolism to stimulate feather growth.  Supports molts and feather plucking behavior.
    • NATURAL INGREDIENTS - FeatheredUp! is rich in omega vitamins, amino acids, and essential minerals that support feather growth in all birds.
    • EASY DOSAGE WITH MAXIMUM BIOAVAILABILITY - Use our ⅛ teaspoon scoop to simply sprinkle FeatheredUp! on your birds' food for easy and simple dosage.
    • NUTTY FLAVOR BIRDS ENJOY - Your pet will want to eat our nutty-flavored formula specifically designed to attract birds for easy treatment.
    • PROMOTES HEALTHY PET METABOLISM - Feeding your bird FeatherUp!, improves its metabolism resulting in an overall healthier pet and setting the stage for vibrant feather growth at the next molting period.

    4 oz. (113 g)

    (Wholesale inquiries welcome)

  • More Info

    Store UnRuffledRx FeatheredUp! in a cool, dry location with the lid tightly closed. 

    Is your parrot plucking due to being anxious and nervous? Combine FeatheredUp! with UnRuffledRx Parrot Calming Formulato calm your parrot while it is growing new feathers in. The amino acids create a synergistic effect amplifying the effectiveness of both products.

     HOW TO INTRODUCE YOUR BIRD TO FEATHEREDUP!

    1. Start off feeding twice the recommended dosage, depending on your birds' size for the first week.
    2. When serving, make a big fuss over the new supplement and pretend you’re eating it too! Your bird will get the idea that this is really good stuff! Make it beg for a taste!
    3. Make a game of eating FeatheredUp! by hiding it in foraging toys until your bird gets used to the taste. Once your bird accepts the mix, sprinkle the appropriate dosage on cooked or dry foods.

     Another great way to get your bird to accept FeatheredUp! the supplement is to administer it in organic baby food via a syringe. Just Google "How to train your parrot to take supplements

    FeatheredUp! Ingredients:

    Flaxseed meal, sorghum flour, Brewers dried yeast, vitamin E supplement, calcium carbonate, zinc sulfate, heat stabilized rice bran, kelp, biotin, sodium selenite,  niacin (vitamin B3), thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, copper sulfate, vitamin D3 (Cholecalciferol), vitamin A acetate, Ferrous sulfate monohydrate, manganese sulfate, calcium iodate, pyridoxine HCI,  Water, Cobalt carbonate, sodium propionate (a preservative).

     Dosage

    • Small birds - Budgies, Canaries, etc. - 1/2 scoop per day (1/8 teaspoon)
    • Medium birds - Conures, Grays, Amazons - one scoop per day (1/4 teaspoon)
    • Large birds - Cockatoos, Macaws - 2 scoops per day (1/2 teaspoon)

    Always check with your avian veterinarian for guidance regarding frequency of use before incorporating FeatheredUp! into your parrot's feather care routine.

    Individual results may vary. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

  • Reviews 

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Customer Reviews

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D.J.
Bird wont touch it

Service and ease of ordering was great however my bird will not touch the stuff. I have tried several ways to try and administer it and he smells it and will not touch it.

Here is a great article with three ways to get picky birds to take supplements. It is natural for a bird to turn up its nose with any new food. That is a protective measure from Mother Nature. Anytime that you introduce a new supplement or medicine, plan to train your bird to accept it. https://birdsupplies.com/blogs/news/how-to-get-a-bird-to-take-medicine
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J.F.
Quality: Good
New product for me, and it works

I was a little disappointed that the jar is only about half full, but I'm delighted that my Goffins seems to like the taste of this better than other supplements I've tried, and used with Pluck No More sprayed on and AviCalm mixed with her water, she's less anxious, her feathers coming in are beautiful with an obvious improvement in just the two weeks since I began this regimen. She screams less and is less aggressive, so I'm guessing not itching helps her mood considerably.