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From The Vet Files:

Notable cases involving conures

By Lisa Paul, DVM

From The Vet Files: ConuresConures become our energetic and entertaining family members almost immediately after joining our homes. We cater to their needs and fret over them when they do not feel well.

I see conures frequently as visitors to my practice. This is not because they are any more prone to disease than other species, but because of their popularity. They make the perfect family members for so many people.

 For the full article, pick up the January 2012 issue of BIRD TALK at your local retailer or by purchasing a PDF download here.

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