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daryl b.
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Rating: 5

Cuttlebones

posted 5 years ago

cuttlebones are great for birds. they get calcium and have to work for it and as in docs case keeps their beaks in good condition. my birds alsways have one in their cage and with the double pack i can give them both ine without having to buy 2 packages

Pros: great for them

Cons: none

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Karen H.
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Good by not necessary

posted 5 years ago

I stopped using cuddle bones for my birds - they just aren't necessary.

Pros: can help keep beak down

Cons: not really necessary for birds health

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