A liquid calcium supplement for birds with added vitamin D3 for addition into drinking water or onto moist/soft foods. It has the stamp of approval from DEFRA under the Small Animal Exemptions Scheme.
Our calcium supplement Calcivet (CalciBoost in America) stops the most common deficiency in cage and aviary birds, calcium deficiency. Despite the tonnes of cuttlefish bone fed every year, calcium deficiency is still the biggest problem in bird keeping!
A shortage of usable calcium lies at the root of many problems, including:
Most of the cuttlefish which is supplied to try to raise calcium levels when eaten by the bird goes straight out in the droppings. As with other minerals the difficulty is absorbing it into the bloodstream. So The Birdcare Company developed a super-saturated chelated calcium solution called Cacivet. Calcivet (CalciBoost in America) uses a chelated mineral technology similar to the calcium supplied in nature by plants. So it is easily absorbed and quickly gets to the bones, nerves and muscles where it is needed. It is such an effective calcium source that most of the year you will only need it once or twice a week (definitely twice for African greys and eclectus).
Quality chelated calcium! No more...
Calcivet® - Used by top breeders around the world!
Key features: Ideal for breeding and growing birds. Promotes healthy egg production and has proven to be very effective as an emergency product for egg-bound hens. Calcium is involved in brain and nerve function and can improve behavioural problems such as feather plucking or chewing.
Marc Melling (Submitted on 17th May 2017)
Bought for my birds to give them a boost for the breeding season, no problems with as the eggs are perfect.
David Holland (Submitted on 13th Jan 2017)
Given to my stock pigeons a couple of weeks before pairing up and had no problems at all lovely youngsters who are also getting it
mark marcou (Submitted on 11th Nov 2016)
don't take a chance on other products get the best
Unknown (Submitted on 9th Oct 2016)
Excellent as expected
Oliver Crabbe (Submitted on 17th Sep 2016)