Cuttlebone is a great source of calcium and iodine, which helps the bone formation of your bird and is helpful in wearing down beaks and for the well-being of your bird living in captivity.
Cuttlebone with hanger
The cuttlebone has a marine origin, brings iodine and calcium, and is very appreciated by birds to wear down beaks. Not for human consumption.
Iodine deficiencies are common in caged birds because this nutrient is not present in the standard diet.
Calcium is essential for the proper development of the bird, their bones are strengthened and regenerated. Calcium is even more important during breeding and growth.
Maintain a sharp beak
Birds use cuttlebones to sharpen and wear down their beaks, thus preventing excessive regrowth.
To be left available in the cage. Please always leave fresh water available for your pet.
Keep out of reach of children.