Polly's Pet Products Cuttlebone Secrets Bird Perch

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The Polly’s Pet Product Cuttlebone Secrets Bird Perch is the perfect way to stimulate your curious pal’s natural instincts! The cuttlebone will help prevent bad habits, condition their beak, and nourish their body while they chew. Fitted with a small bell, it’s also super entertaining for feathered friends. On top of that, your bird will go crazy for the natural flavor. This piece from Polly’s Pet Products is a great, practical addition to your companion’s cage!

Key Benefits
  • Made and sourced in the USA.
  • Will keep your pal entertained, while conditioning their beak and nourishing their body.
  • Chewing on cuttlebones also helps cut down on unhealthy behaviors like feather plucking.
  • Fitted with a cute bell, making it extra fun for feathered friends.
  • Cuttlebone is full of natural flavor, as well as phosphate, calcium, and more minerals.

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  • Dimensions
    1.5 x 1.5 x 12.5 inches
  • Weight
    2.4 ounces
  • Bird Type
  • Material

Soak in water and lightly scrub

Size Length Width Height
Small 1.5 inches 1.5 inches 12.5 inches
Medium 3 inches 2 inches 7 inches
Large 6 inches 3.5 inches 17 inches
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    By Chris on Jul 27, 2021

    This was a let down. Received it and the one little cuttlebone was in pieces. See pics attached of what I got

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    Awesome Cuttlestone

    By BirdMom on May 19, 2021

    My parakeets are going nuts for this thing! Seem to like the banana the most. Started attacking it soon after putting it in the cage.....were not afraid at all.

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