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Date:10/25/2014 9:06:28 PM
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Thanks for stopping by with your vote..V4U..My campaign blog today will be about "Some of the things Cockatiels can get that will cause health issues"....Cockatiels are usually hardy, long-lived birds and rarely prone to illness.With sensible management,they should live well into their twenties.You are most likely to encounter health problems with newly acquired birds,rather than with birds that are well established in their quarters.By keeping recent purchased birds on their own for about a fortnight,you have an opportunity to ensue that they are healthy and you can treat them for parasites before adding them to your bird aviary....Here are a list of some things that you can find on your new bird, Parasites,Red Mites,Roundworms,Tapeworm,Giardia, Bacterial diseases and sometimes Feather Plucking...Tomorrow I will talk about treating a sick bird...Hope your Friday is a great one...Birdie wing hugs to you...Sam :o)
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