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Old 01-18-2017, 06:45 PM
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Question Found water-soluble dietary supplement....is it safe?

As the title says, I found a water-soluble dietary supplement at a local store...my question is, is it actually healthly/safe?

It's called Wild Harvest Multi Drops,
and contains the following:

Vitamin A
Vitamin D3
Thiamine
Riboflavin
Pyridoxine
Pantothenic Acid
Choline
Niacinanmide

If you could give me some advice, I'd really appreciate it. Thanks!

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If your parakeet has a healthy, balanced diet, then I don't think there is any need to add any supplements. Also, water soluble supplements promote the growth of bacteria. If you add vitamins, then also change the water daily and clean the water bottle or cup with soap and water each day.
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Putting vitamins in water doesn't help much because budgies don't drink much water. Better to provide a balanced solid food diet.
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If your budgie is eating a healthy diet including pellets, a high quality seed mix, vegetables and egg food, it is best that you do not use additional vitamin supplements.

You can use ACV as a natural pro-biotic
https://talkbudgies.com/articles-holi...r-vinegar.html

Unless your budgie is getting enough direct sunlight (not through a window) on a daily basis, then it is advisable to consider a full-spectrum light or use a Vitamin D3 supplement such as Soluvite D.

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-diet...itamin-d3.html
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Thank you! I was considering it because he has been on an all-seed diet for a long time, and now I know that an all-seed diet isn't a good choice. I'll keep trying to get him to eat his vegetables.
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