|Bird Type||Canary, Cockatiel, Finch, Parakeet||Cockatiel||Cockatiel||Cockatiel||Budgie, Cockatiel, Conure, Lovebird, Parakeet, Quaker, Parrotlet|
|Material||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Plastic||Metal, Cardboard / Paper, Stainless Steel, Grass / Hay|
|Toy Type||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Treat Dispensers||Chew Toys, Treat Dispensers|
I did not think this would be as well constructed as it is. I was quite certain that the plastic lever which holds the cuttlebone would simply break considering the material is a lighter weight plastic. Though, after months, it holds just as strong & stays in place with several notches to accommodate the thickness of the bone. Also, with a very simple & effective way to attach to the cage. I suggest any parrot parent to make the small investment & avoid those metal tabs which are not ideal on something parrots chew on (imo).
I have two Parakeets and they have ate 2 cuttle bones since I purchased the Holder. In the picture it's Yellow on the cage.
Never fail to arrive broken and crumbled
The packaging of the cuttlebone holder is very misleading. I thought it had the Cuttlebone in with it.
This is the only one I use. Keeps the mess inside the bottom.
This is not made to withstand an African Grey. Caroline is 9 months old and destroyed the plastic carrier and the cuttlebone in less than a day.
My canary took to this holder, that I'd put a cuttlebone in, immediately! No fear and he likes to sit on the little ledge.
I was really disappointed in this it was to big for cage and the cuttlebone didn't even fit.
Thanks to this product my parakeets are finally using their cuttlebone. To the people leaving a bad review because it didn’t come with cuttlebone, why? Read the description. Obviously the pictures were to demonstrate how the product works… I would recommend it! It’s cute and it works!!