Rough, irregular perch shapes exercise and condition bird feet
Edible calcium source, with a double dose of fruit flavor, delights birds with chewing fun
Edible perch offers a sensory
smorgasbord for birds. Two flavors in one perch with rough
texture and irregular
shape to stimulate and
groom feet and nails. Bright neon color appeals to a bird's keen vision.
Made with real cuttlebone and 100% digestible ground
calcium in a 'banana split" of fruit flavors. Mounting hardware included.
Please specify Orange/Banana, Pineapple/Banana, or Strawberry/Banana.
Perch Sizing Guide
1/2" to 1"
Canary, Finch, Parakeet
3/4" to 1-1/2"
Cockatiel, Lovebird, Conure, Pionus, Lory
1-1/2" to 2-1/2"
2" to 3"
Large Cockatoo, Macaw
Please click on "More Information" for nutritional analysis and general information.
General Information: The Secret of Cuttlebone - Cuttlebone, the internal shell of a Cuttlefish contains the highest amount of natural calcium plus phosphates, as well as many other important trace minerals. Cuttlebone has been used for well over a century to provide supplementary calcium for pet birds. Birds naturally crave its lime and salt flavor. Calcium is needed for strong bones, proper muscle functions, egg development, and for the prevention of health problems like egg binding. Polly's® Cuttlebone Perch is an incredible source of calcium.
Analysis of a Sample Cuttlebone This perch contains approximately 50% cuttlebone.
Calcium (Calcium Carbonate)
Magnesium (Magnesium Carbonate)
Total Kjeldahl Nitrogen
Important Metals for Health (mg/kg = parts per million)
Installation: This perch is edible and can be installed vertically or horizontally, as you and your bird desire. It should be installed at the highest possible position of the cage, or vertically on top of the cage.
Cleaning: Soak in clean water, brush lightly and rinse thoroughly.
Providing the variety of perches your bird needs is easy and inexpensive. A wide range of perches is available commercially, and you can also fashion a number of suitable perches from natural materials.
Several furnishings are needed for the cage. These include perches, dishes, grooming supplies, nest box, cage cover, and toys. Ensure that when accessories are in the cage that the bird still has plenty of room to fly and move around.