Birds LOVE Cuttlebones supply essential calcium and minerals. Cuttlebone is an important dietary supplement for birds because it is a great source of necessary minerals and calcium which helps birds with bone formation and blood clotting. Cuttlebone is an inexpensive source of calcium carbonate and other trace minerals for your bird. It is a natural product and doesn’t contain toxins or contaminants. Trace elements are crucial for birds. The trace elements found within cuttlebone benefit birds as well. Iron aids with red blood cell formation and function, immune system and copper assists with proper circulation and healing. Most artificial mineral blocks and many competing brands of cuttlebone are made from plaster of paris. It is also important to know that artificial mineral blocks contain whatever the manufacturer added; this could be food coloring or seed. Besides being an important dietary supplement, cuttlebone has a rough texture, making it an ideal tool to support beak strength on small parrots and finch. These small birds use cuttlebones to help keep their beaks trimmed and sharp. What is cuttlebone? Cuttlebone is derived from the calcareous internal shell of natural cuttlefish. Cuttlefish have eight arms and two tentacles and can be found in oceans all over the world. The major component of cuttlebone is calcium carbonate, making up 85 percent. The second biggest component in cuttlebone is organic material which makes up 8.9 percent is mainly carbohydrate material. Birds LOVE Cuttlebones have not additives unlike many other so-called cuttlebones offered on the market. These are just pure dried cuttlebones. Birds LOVE Cuttlebones are perfect for all Cockatiels, Parakeets, Budgies, Finches, Canaries, Lovebirds, Small Conures, Mynahs, Toucans, African Greys and all parrots.
Provides all Finches, Parakeets and Parrots essential natural calcium and minerals
Derived from natural dried cuttlefish, helps keep finch and canary beaks conditioned
Great for all birds from canaries and finches to large parrots
African Greys can fed fed broken chunks as they require more calcium than most any other parrot
Equipped with holder to allow easy installation on cage for finch and parakeets and small parrots; Measure about 6-7 inches in length