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Date:10/30/2014 5:34:51 AM
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Yeah we have to be on waiting lists for just about every type of bird. Apart from like budgies in pet shops etc.I can do syringes with my doves and Lucca but all the others I dont know much about their backgrounds and when i have to give them stuff it scares them and they spit it out. I would love for them to know how to take a syringe and to all be handlable but some birds just arent that trainable. Fortunately after Lace had to take some medicine recently I gave her a teeny bit of pureed apple and she took them well after that. Lucca still begs like a baby but not for the syringe anymore. Mostly for hugs and tickles. Does your hyacinth still want his syringe because he is still quite young though? When do they fully mature or do things like leave their parents? v4u enjoy your day :)
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