Living World’s Small Animal Salt Lick stone is an excellent source of calcium for small animals. In addition, gnawing on the Lick stone will help keep your pet's teeth trim.
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Living World’s Small Animal Salt Lickstone is an excellent source of calcium for small animals. In addition, gnawing on the Lickstone will help keep your pet's teeth trim.
Salt Licks contain upto 84 minerals & trace elements and are extremely beneficial for the growth and overall health of all farm animals, big game animals and pets. Salt licks are used for Horses, Cattle,Farm animals,pets and for attracting various wild animals like Whitetail Deer, Mule Deer, Elk, Moose and Antelope etc.
What nurturance is in a salt lick?
Copper: Helps animals body utilize iron, reduces tissue damage.
Chromium: Enhances the effects of insulin, a hormone necessary for metabolism and storage of protein and carbohydrates.
Zinc: Is important for sexual development, strong immunity, and wound healing.
Germanium: Attaches itself to oxygen molecules making animals bodies more effective at getting oxygen to the tissues in their body.
Direction to Use:
Attach stone inside cage with supplied holder. Be sure plenty of fresh water is available at all times for your pet.
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