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Posted by Adrian on 6/30/06

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    My new lovebird has semetrical bald spots. One on each
    wing. It also seem as if she is missing a few feathers on
    her chest and back of her head. It doesnt look that bad.
    A friend was with me when i perchased her and she said
    that it was just molting because birds molt semetricaly.
    Even thou it shouldnt have bald spots, this was probably
    just a sign of poor nutition. My firend assured me that
    with a proper diet these small bald patches would fill
    right in. It has been over a month now and my lovebird
    looks the same as she did when i bought her. Ive been
    looking for as much info on the net as i could but havent
    found any helpfull info yet. except this

    Ionic Silver Care™ is comprised of negatively charged
    ionized silver atoms electrically suspended in structured
    pure water. In this mono-atomic negatively charged state,
    isolated silver ions are known to cleanse the anatomical
    system of harmful bacteria in reptiles and birds
    associated with respiratory infections, BALD SPOTS,and
    more.

    www.exhibitorlabs.com

    ANY ADVISE?



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  • Bald spots, 6/30/06, by Adrian .
  • Re: Bald spots, 6/30/06, by Good Answer.
  • Re: Bald spots, 7/01/06, by Jessica.