Nectar Pods are a fruit-based jelly treat available in four different flavors. Offering your pet a delicious treat has never been easier! The exotic fruit flavors & added calcium make Nectar Pods the ideal treat for birds, fruit-eating mammals, and day geckos. See the Nectar Pods Holder here.
- 8 individual pods per pack
- Made with apple juice, glycine (amino acid) and added calcium
- Ideal for birds, fruit-eating mammals like sugar gliders and marmosets, and day geckos
Healthy treats have several benefits for both pets and pet owners. Treats can lend variety to an otherwise monotonous diet, provide good exercise for teeth and jaws, and add behavioral enrichment for animals that spend their lives in a small, limited environment. Most importantly, treats form a connection between pets and pet owners, assisting in bonding and training.
INGREDIENTS: Water, Sugar, Fructose, Carrageenan, Agar-Agar, Glycine (amino acid), Apple Juice from Concentrate, Calcium Lactate, Artificial Yogurt Flavor, Titanium Dioxide (color), FD&C Yellow 5, FD&C Blue 1, Citric Acid (preservative), Sodium Citrate
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: crude protein (min) 0.50%, crude fat (min) 0.40%, crude fiber (max) 0.20%, moisture (max) 74.00%, calcium (min) 0.77%, phosphorus (min) 0.37%, glycine (min) 0.15%
FEEDING INSTRUCTIONS: Offer 1 pod 2-3 times per week as a treat. Nectar Pods are conveniently packaged as single servings. Remove top and place pod in your pet's food dish, or use with Exotic Nutrition's Nectar Pods Holder (SKU EN3244). When offering to birds, squeeze contents out of plastic pod and into a feeding dish. Always dispose of plastic pod shell after use. Do not leave moist food out for more than 12 hours.
STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS: Store in a cool, dry place. Dispose of opened pods after 24 hours. Not for human consumption.
FEEDING RECOMMENDATION: Nectar Pods are a supplemental food, and should not be offered as the sole food source. Feed along with a balanced diet plan. This product is a treat and should be fed sparingly, it is not a substitute for a regular, balanced diet. Offer treats 2-3 times per week or as a small portion (less than 10%) of the main diet. Treats may lead to health issues like obesity when overfed. If your pet is not consuming its regular balanced diet, withhold serving treats until stable eating habits resume. Click HERE to view our Recommendations for Sugar Glider Food & Basic Feeding Guide.