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Jmxu's 5"-5.5" Bird Cuttlebone for Parakeets, Cuddle Bone with Metal Holder, Cuttlefish Bone for Sharp Beaks, Natural Birds Calcium for Parrots Cockatiels Budgie, 6 Pcs

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  • 【Package Including】: Pack of 6 cuttlebone with aluminum holder, individually packed in one carton. Convenient for using and storage. Average ength is about: 5"-5.5", Width about:1.77"-1.96". Perfect for all kinds of birds.
  • 【Cuttlebone Function】: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. The texture of cuddle bones is relatively soft and easy to bite, the cuttlefish bones maybe easily damaged and broken. But please don't worry, any shreds are edible.
  • 【Natural Chewing Toys】: The bird cuddle bone has a rough texture, ideal to help support beak strength. Birds can use cuttlebones to keep their beak in tip top shape. They are also cage entertainment toys for your pet bird, natural, free of pigment.
  • 【100% Natural Material】: Cuddle bone are derived from cuttlefish, definitely not made of cuttlebone powder ! No additives, no bleaching! So maybe have some black spots, no quality issue, no harm for pets birds
  • 【Easy to Install】: The cuddle bone is equipped with aluminum holder that allows you to attach it to any wire surface in your bird's cage.

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***Cuttlebones are not actually bones, but rather the internal shell from the cuttlefish, a member of the cephalopod family of sea creatures, Cuttlebone is found in bird cages everywhere and can be purchased in the bird aisle of virtually every pet store. Cuttlebone is a natural material and there is no synthetic part. PURE NATURAL CUTTLEBONES WITHOUT BLEACHING, MAYBE HAVE SOME BLACK SPOTS, NO QUALITY ISSUE, NO HARM! HAS SOME FISHY SMELL AND YELLOWY COLOR, THIS IS ALSO NORAML Jmxu's 6 Pack Bird Cuttlebones Set Cuttlebone is the calcareous internal shell of a cuttlefish.

The major component of cuttlebone is calcium carbonate, making up 85 percent. Natural material, suitable for bird calcium supplements. Length is about: 4.5" ****Cuttlebone have a relatively high calcium content and are mainly used to supplement calcium for birds. especially when the female birds have a high demand for calcium during the laying and breeding period, so they should eat more of this. Why choose our cuddle bone for your birds?

Provides necessary minerals and calcium supplement -- Individually package to prevent breakage --Natural tools to keep bird's beaks trimmed and sharp -- Equipped with metal holder help to install much easier -- Natural materials do no harm to your feathered family member 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: If you are not completely happy with purchase for any reasons, please do not hesitate to contact us, we will provide a new replacement or full refund with no questions. ***Warm Tips: If you want to buy bigger and thicker cuttlebone, our store also provide about 6.29 inches cuddle bone, Welcome to visit our shop and buy

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