NatraPet Bird Bath Spray with Preening Oil, 8 oz.

  • Overview

    Relieve scratching parrot concerns 

    • All-natural herbal Ingredients
    • Preening oils relieve dry, itchy skin
    • When sprayed directly on preening gland may relieve irritation and encourage natural preening behaviors
    • Rejuvenates skin and feathers
    • Safe for daily use

    Beautify your bird's plumage with this all-natural Bird Bath Spray. This birdbath spray contains Aloe Vera and Purcellin oil, the natural preening gland oil that birds have to condition feathers. It will leave your bird with softer feathers and healthier skin. Fortified with Vitamins A, D, and E for skin health and purcellin oil to cleanse the oil sac, moisturize the skin and tighten feathers.

    It contains no alcohol, detergents or harmful chemicals. Excellent for birds with feather disorders and helps relieve dry, itchy skin, removes scales and prevents excessive molting. For daily use. Made in the USA.

    NatraPet Bird Bath Spray was developed for parrots with feather disorders or dry, itchy skin. It improves foot skin health and prevents excessive molting.

  • More Info

    How to Use NatraPet Bird Bath Spray

    Bird Bath Directions: For best results, use NatraPet Bird Bath daily.  Cover your bird's eyes and nares (beak & nostrils) and use in a draft free location.  Spray 6 to 8 inches from your bird and until feathers are wet, especially focusing near tip of tail.  Keep your bird in a draft free area until it is dry.

    Bird Bath Ingredients: Purified Water, PPG-33 Buteth-45, Cetearyloctanoate (Purcellin Oil), Isopropyl Myristate, Benzalkonium Chloride, PEG-75, Lanolin Fragrance, Vitamins A, D, and E, Wheat Germ Oil, Quantree, Aloe, and Botanically Derived Essence.

    This item is unavailable to ship to Australia or New Zealand.

  • Reviews


Customer Reviews

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Great for all my bird babies