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Special food for pink cockatoos

Hey you! Welcome to our online shop for healthy food for Galahs! When it comes to Galahs, we know exactly what they need. Our selection includes low-fat and high-carb feed mixes that are specially tailored to the needs of your feathered friends. Buy healthy food and make your galahs happy and healthy with our high-quality food - order easily and conveniently from home!
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Cooked Food | Deer Feast
Weight: 500 g
  1. s mall seeds for smaller parakeets
  2. low in fructose
From €4.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€9.00* / 1 kg )

Cooked Food | Fruit & Vegetable Rice Menu
Weight: 500 g
  1. balanced ratio between fruit and vegetables
  2. satiating
From €4.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€9.00* / 1 kg )

Cooked Food | Rice & Fruit
Weight: 500 g
  1. Fruit & rice for large parakeets & parrots
  2. filling
From €4.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€9.00* / 1 kg )

Cooking Food | Vegetable Pot
Weight: 500 g
  1. Cooked food with vegetables based on wheat & rice
  2. for large parakeets & parrots
  3. satiating
From €4.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€9.00* / 1 kg )

Flower mixture
Weight: 100 g
  1. With 9 different flowers from natural medicine
  2. Flowers can also be used for tea
From €4.50*

Content: 0.1 kg (€45.00* / 1 kg )

Grass Seeds & Flowers
Weight: 500 g
  1. improved recipe of grass and flower supplement
  2. 5 varieties of grass seed and 4 varieties of flowers
From €9.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€19.00* / 1 kg )

Grass Seeds Deluxe
Weight: 500 g
  1. 6 different grass seed varieties with fine herbs
  2. millet and grain-free
From €9.50*

Content: 0.5 kg (€19.00* / 1 kg )

Herbs
Weight: 500 g
  1. Improved recipe of the Health Extra
  2. High-quality herbal seeds known from herbal medicine
From €10.00*

Content: 0.5 kg (€20.00* / 1 kg )

Liver & Kidneys Cure
Weight: 500 g
  1. as a food supplement or tea
  2. suitable for all parakeets and parrots
From €11.00*

Content: 0.5 kg (€22.00* / 1 kg )

Pink Cockatoos Herbs & Flowers
Weight: 1 kg
  1. high proportion of fescue grasses, Delicha and Pagima Green
  2. with eucalyptus, thyme and marjoram
€11.00*
Sprouted food for parrots
Litres: 210 ml
  1. ready-to-use sprouted food for large parrots
  2. important nutrients, minerals and vitamins
€4.59*

Content: 0.21 Liter (€21.86* / 1 Liter )

Vitaminchen
Weight: 500 g
  1. as an extra portion of vitamins, for feeding or as a treat
  2. made from 100% natural fruit, berries and vegetables
From €11.00*

Content: 0.5 kg (€22.00* / 1 kg )

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Peanuts, shelled
Weight: 100 g
  1. High in protein
  2. Iron
  3. Phosphorus
  4. Potassium
  5. Calcium
  6. Magnesium
  7. Trace elements
€1.60*

Content: 0.1 kg (€16.00* / 1 kg )

Orlux | Clay Bloc mini | 3 x 180 g
  1. Clay block for large parakeets and parrots
€4.95*

Content: 0.54 kg (€9.17* / 1 kg )

What is a pink cockatoo and where does it come from?

Like the cockatiel, the pink cockatoo originates from Australia.
The noisy and gregarious pink cockatoos, with their hooked bill and distinctive hood, are one of the smaller of Australia's many cockatoo species. There are 14 species of cockatoos living in Australia. The pink cockatoo, also called galah, grows up to 35cm long and weighs between 200g and 350g, depending on sex. In pet keeping, it can live up to 40 years, making it one of the long-lived parrots. The Pink Cockatoo has spread widely across the continent in recent decades, but to the guiding of other cockatoo species. It is therefore not considered an endangered species. The pink cockatoo is a special parrot. A special feature is, for example, the structure of the foot. The pink cockatoo has four toes, the two outer ones point backwards, the middle ones point forwards. This allows them to grip powerfully. For a long time, the pink cockatoo was one of the most traded parrots in the world. They first came to Europe in 1843 and were traded countless times until 1945. A first breeding of the animals was already successful in 1876, but there were still many wild catches, so that breeding was not pursued specifically. Only with the export ban of species from Australia, the pink cockatoo became a sought-after bird species in the trade.

The behavior of pink cockatoos - hand reared

The pink cockatoo is a very demanding species. You can rarely do it justice in a home environment. They can become very demanding if not kept in a species appropriate manner. This often occurs with hand rearing. If you want to continue to live a regular life, you should avoid buying hand-reared. Going to work or leaving the pink cockatoo alone for a longer time is then no longer possible. As soon as the house is left, the screaming starts and the parrots suffer enormously. It can escalate even to such an extent that the Rosakakadu calls itself the feathers out or even worse, the whole skin. Especially in the case of roosters, uncontrollable fits of rage also occur with pleasure and the owner is attacked as if by senses.


A defense is extremely difficult. Hand-reared pink cockatoos are incredibly sensitive and extremely sensitive in nature. For this reason we do not recommend hand rearing of pink cockatoos and rather recommend a natural brood. In the best case the young were still with their parents a few months after fledging and could learn social behavior. The pink cockatoos are then terribly shy, but with a little patience and love they will soon become as tame as a hand-reared. The advantage is simply that they are psychologically very much and especially in the long term more stable.

Pink cockatoos and their special diet

Pink cockatoos are food specialists which we provide ideally with our species-appropriate food. They live in their home under extreme conditions and feed almost exclusively on roots, herb seeds, flowers and grass seeds. They like to eat fennel, celery, beet and parsnip. Berries are also very popular. Especially rowan berries, hawthorn berries or aronia berries are well received. In addition gladly sprout fodder hand. The healthy, protein-rich food is popular with every bird. In addition always fresh fodder give. Lamb's lettuce, chickweed, dandelion or cucumber. The range of popular treats is long. Also panicles and ears of various types of grass seeds or foxtail millet is meticulously dissected with pleasure. Fruit and nuts should be largely avoided. By their specialization on the desert, they are used to very meager and carbohydrate-rich food.
In short: little sugar, little fat!

Pink cockatoos and their possible diseases

Basically, the pink cockatoo is not particularly susceptible to disease. However, they are very susceptible to malnutrition. Nuts and fruits are, as described above, an absolute taboo. Consequently, the animals will struggle with fat tumors, so-called lipomas, or liver damage. The latter can be recognized by liquid feces and the yellow urine content in it. The animals also feel listless and appear apathetic. Due to their adopted home, the desert, good lighting is mandatory and essential for the health and vitality of the pink cockatoos. Good illumination of the aviary or cage with UV daylight lamps for 6 hours a day is very important.