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Date:10/30/2014 9:18:47 AM
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Hi, Skyler,
Hmmm, we've never really even been sick at all and we've been here almost 9 years. Guess the parronts are doing something right. Mom uses those poop-off type wipes that come in a canister to clean the perches and bars - so much easier than that spray with a brush she used before. The food and water dishes get washed every day.
So, how does a bird take medicine? Put into food or drink? How would one know if the bird got enough to get better? (So glad we haven't been sick...)
We don't see people taking birds to the petstores, mostly it's just dogs. It seems bird parronts are well aware of the danger of their birds picking up an unwanted illness from other birds. We travel to the vet once or twice a year and also to grandma's house when the parronts vacation.
Those are big dogs you live with. We are the only pets so no competition for attention in our house! Have a great day.
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