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Jmxu's Cuttlebone for Birds, Natural Bird Calcium for Parakeet Cuddle Bone for Cockatiels Tortoise, 4.5 to 5.5 inch

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  • 【Package & Size】: 4 individual package,each cuttlebone includes a cage holder for easy installation,Length is about 4.5"-5.5"
  • 【Premium Natural Calcium】:Our cuddle bone is sourced from the finest cuttlefish and is carefully selected to ensure the highest quality. It is a rich source of calcium, phosphorus, and other minerals that are essential for maintaining your bird's overall health.
  • 【Suitable for all Birds】:From canaries and finches to large parrots - Trimmed and ready to use - For African Greys: they can be fed broken chunks as they require more calcium than most any other parrot, giving you a great value for your money
  • 【Easy to Install】 Our cuttlebone is easy to use and can be simply placed in your bird's cage or clipped onto their perch. It provides hours of entertainment for your bird as they nibble away, and helps to keep their beak trimmed and healthy.
  • 【Best Gift】:We take pride in our commitment to sustainability and ethical sourcing. Our cuttlebone is harvested responsibly, and we ensure that no animals are harmed in the process. Our product is also free from any harmful additives or chemicals, ensuring that your bird gets only the best.

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Our cuttlebone are absolutely natural cuttlefish bones, definitely not made of cuttlebone powder !! PURE NATURAL CUTTLEBONES WITHOUT BLEACHING, MAYBE HAVE SOME BLACK SPOTS, NO QUALITY ISSUE, NO HARM! PLEASE REST ASSURED ORDER

◆What is a cuttlebone? Cuttlebone is the calcareous internal shell of a cuttlefish. Cuddle bones have eight arms and two tentacles and are 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 and is mainly carbohydrate material.

◆Why is the cuddle bone Important? Similar to calcium, trace elements are crucial for both people and birds. The trace elements found within cuttlebone benefit birds, as well. Iron aids with red blood cell formation and function, Potassium maintains normal heart and muscle activity, Zinc helps with the immune system, and Copper assists with proper circulation and healing.

◆Support Bird Beak Strength Besides being an important dietary supplement, cuttlebone has a rough texture, making it an ideal tool to help support beak strength. Birds can use cuttlebones to help keep their beaks trimmed and sharp. Even finches and canaries will often improve their beak health if you provide them with cuttlebone.

◆Great for all Birds & Small Animals From canaries and finches to large parrots, reptiles. No Additives, Natural and Fresh: Derived from sun dried cuttlefish, helps keep finch and canary beaks conditioned and supply essential calcium and minerals

◆Risk Free with Our Money Back 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.

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