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The good news is that August, my white capped pionus, is supposed to like veggies and fruit. The down side is that I think I've created a seed junkie. I offer two bowls - one for veggies and one for seed/pellets and August has over the weeks started ignoring his veggies for the seed bowl.

The good news is that he is eating the pellets in his seed mix. I feed Tropican lifetime formula to my cockatiels and the seed mix comes with pellets.

Pi owners: Any advice on what i could do do encourage a return fruits and veggies? And what pellets, if any, do you feed your fids? I feed Tropican to my cockatiels because it's the easiest stuff to find.
 

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I can't honestly say we have any other Pionus owners except you. You might get more response on TalkParrots. Good luck!
 

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I can't honestly say we have any other Pionus owners except you. You might get more response on TalkParrots. Good luck!
Oh my! I better start learning stuff then in case new pi owners join the forum! And Thanks for the advice on checking out Talk Parrots! :D
 

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What if you removed the seeds from the cage, give fruits and veggies in the morning and maybe again at lunch or supper, have pellets available 24/7 and give the amount of seeds you want him to have as a treat or snack in the evenings??
 

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What if you removed the seeds from the cage, give fruits and veggies in the morning and maybe again at lunch or supper, have pellets available 24/7 and give the amount of seeds you want him to have as a treat or snack in the evenings??
Sounds like a plan :D Thanks for your input!!!!
 
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