Duck Neck Snacks



Check out this new chew treat!

Most glider owners don't regularly feed duck so introducing different sources of protein and flavors, enriches your gliders diet and habitat.

Duck meat is a rich source of vitamins and minerals, along with healthy essential fats, like omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. Its also a good source of various B vitamins like Riboflavin (Vitamin B2), Thiamin (Vitamin B1), Vitamin B5, and particularly vitamin B3 or niacin. These vitamins aid various bodily functions, including immune system support, nerve and muscle function, cognitive function, and hormone production.
Duck meat contains selenium and is rich in iron, a vital mineral necessary for producing hemoglobin, the protein responsible for carrying oxygen within red blood cells.

Chewing on the dehydrated duck necks helps maintain dental hygiene by reducing plaque and tartar buildup, while also providing a fun and enriching activity.

Dehydrated snacks can keep well in open air as long as moisture isn't introduced so it may be left in your gliders cage for a few days. Your gliders will not eat the whole neck in one sitting! It is highly recommended to secure the duck neck higher up in the cage to prevent gliders from urinating on the treat. You can secure the neck pieces high up in the cage with a treat holder or you can simply get a strip of fleece and tie it to the bars so your gliders can come up and chew on it without taking it to the bottom of their cage.

Secure snack next to a perch so your glider can sit and chew away! Examine the neck every day if left in the cage and remove the treat if it is moist.

 Net weight approx:16g

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