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Types and benefits of mineral treats

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Types and Benefits of Mineral Treats

MINERAL TREATS OFFER your feathered friend the best of all worlds - entertainment, boredom prevention, constructive activity, and beak conditioning. A variety of mineral-based treats are sure to have your bird singing a happy tune.

CuttlebonesMANU TREATS
Made from ingredients found in the clay along Peru's Manu River, Manu treats contain calcium and 8 other essential minerals. The Manu blocks provide constructive chewing fun and irresistible textures. You may also wish to enhance your bird's cage with a Manu Mineral Perch which manicures toenails while also offering beak-conditioning entertainment.

The ever-popular cuttlebone, the internal shell of the squid-like Cuttlefish, promotes beak health and jaw exercise and provides calcium. Thanks to their chewable texture and bird-friendly size, Cuttlebones and Ultimate Cuttlebones are birdie favorites. The Cuttlebone Calcium Perch offers a fun change of pace and vital foot exercise.

These specially formulated compressed shapes containing calcium and other minerals offer undeniable proof that big fun comes in small packages.


Birds of all sorts enjoy mineral treats. Whether you share your life with a playful Parakeet, an amazing Amazon, or a majestic Macaw, consider offering one or more mineral treats to help enhance your bird's overall physical and mental health.
Manu Minerals
Manu Minerals
Manu Mineral Perch
Manu Mineral Perch
Cuttlebone Calcium Perch
Cuttlebone Calcium Perch
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