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UnRuffledRx Coconut Oil for Feather Plucking Birds

  • DETAILS

    Coconut oil is the most versatile and beneficial source of healthy fats that you can offer your bird.

    Rich in medium-chain triglycerides (MCT's), and lauric acid, your bird will greatly benefit from this dietary addition. It is especially important for feather plucking birds in that it rejuvenates the skin and feathers.

    Coconut oil is known to reduce the risk of cancer and arthritis, plus, balance metabolism, and hormones. 

    With so many benefits, doesn't it make sense to mix coconut oil into your birds' diet?

    You can mix Coconut Oil with Red Palm Oil for improved nutrition and acceptance.

  • FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS

    Feed 1/8 tsp. 3 times per week.

    Liquifies at 76 degrees F. 

    Excellent nutritional support for all birds.

    100% Cold-pressed, Virgin Coconut Oil

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Our Story

After seeing so many beautiful birds suffering from a range of chronic issues like anxiety, dry, itchy skin, hormone disorders, inflammation, feather plucking, and more, we wanted to do something to improve the quality of life of these magnificent animals.

We've searched for natural solutions that support birds without synthetic ingredients that can compromise their health down the road. That’s when we created UnRuffledRx to help our feathered friends flourish.

Why Feed UnRuffledRx Bird Supplements?

Confidently introduce vitamins, minerals, essential fatty acids, teas, and calcium supplements to your bird to support optimum health and beautiful feathers. We work with top-notch pet industry formulation specialists to ensure that your pet gets only the best. We love fresh, natural foods, supplements, & sprays (and,,so do parrots!)

How do I give bird calming products?

Our popular Parrot Calming Formula's active ingredients are L-Theanine & GABA, both natural amino acids in the brain that are backed by mounds of research. We recommend mixing the recommended dose, based on bird weight, to 8 oz. of fresh water. Change twice daily. Given that these are natural amino acids, if you don't see adequate results, increase the dosage up to 2X the minimum starting dose.

Chamomile: Serve 3-5 loose chamomile flowers in a dish per day or steep into a tea.

Calming Herb Salad for Birds: Serve 1. tsp. to 1 Tbsp. of Calming Herb Salad for birds loose in a dish or steep into a tea.

Hemp Seed: Serve 1 tsp. to 1 Tbsp. of Hemp Seed loose in a dish or blend with chop. May be served daily.

You may interchange calming products, for instance, serve one on Monday, a different product on Tuesday, and so forth. We don't recommend combining more than 2 calming product in one day. Always discuss use of bird supplements with your avian veterinarian.

How do I administer FeatheredUp?

Feed the appropriate dosage, based on bird weight, on moist food for best results. Feed 2x daily to regrow molted or plucked feathers. When pin feathers emerge, cut back to 1x daily. Don't feed on the same day that you administer Bird Calcium.

How do I administer Bird Calcium?

Our Bird Calcium is a complete formulation with Magnesium and D3 to improve bioavailability. While calcium deficiency is common in parrots, especially African grey parrots, plan to mix the recommended dosage, based on bird weight, in your birds water 3x per week. Don't feed on the same day as FeatheredUp!

What is best practice for feeding Red Palm Oil & Coconut Oil to feather plucking birds?

Both Red Palm Oil and Coconut Oil contain essential fatty acids as well as other nutrients needed for optimum avian health. Always look for cold-pressed, organic oils. Mix the recommended dosage on food 3x per week. May feed both oils on the same day.

How do I know what "size" my bird is?

At BirdSupplies.com, our supplements are formulated for Small, Medium, and Large birds. We use weight in grams in differentiating these sizes.

SMALL BIRDS: 25-300 gm.
MEDIUM BIRDS: 300-700 gm.
LARGE BIRDS: 700+ gm.

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