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12-30-2012, 06:10 PM
Location: Upstate New York
Dogs Name: Shultz, Tango and Stryker
Titles: CGC, AKC pointed
Dogs Age: 5/3/03, 7/1/08, 3/20/11
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We have 2 little keets that we adopted. I like birds but am easily annoyed by noises so I know that they are the extent of my bird ownership. Years ago I shut down a petshop and took in many large parrots. There was a Blue and gold Macaw that was part of the seziure that for some reason was extremely fond of me..... so I took him home and fostered him for 9 months the court case was over and we found him a home. He was VERY quiet for a Macaw and if he liked my daughter I would have kept him....but he hated kids. I see a ton of bird come into our shelter, for all kinds of reasons. Most of them are lack of research. I love our little birds but even they make a ton of noise. LOL
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12-31-2012, 05:53 PM
Location: Central Maryland
Dogs Name: Cara's Seize The Moment - Sweep
Titles: RN, CTL1, CGC,
Dogs Age: born 10/23/2007
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I am fortunate to have someone (younger) who wants my bird and will definitely take her if and when I am either no longer able, or around, to take care of her myself.
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01-04-2013, 10:10 PM
Location: South Florida
Dogs Name: Devon (red female)
Titles: First Place
Dogs Age: 5 years old
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Originally Posted by dobedream
I missed this thread the first time around, but I'm glad to see so many bird owners on the forum...maybe you can help me!
I have a 13-year old quaker named Hue. He's been making little whistling noises that sort of sound like a whimper, occasionally, usually when he's preening or settling down for the night. I sent a message to his breeder, who I still keep in contact with...but in the meantime, has anyone had experience with this?
(Some birds for the bird thread.)
Also call a bird hospital they should give you answers. I can't answer I'm sorry.
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