Re: Wood Stove Safe to use Around Birds?
Posted by ljhassell on 9/20/07
Hi Tammy, sorry wasnt on for a few days-
FIREPLACES - If you use a fireplace for heat in the winter
and have an airtight home, please be sure to place carbon
monoxide alarms in your home. I personally know of a case
where a cockatiel became ill and so did the owners of the
newer airtight home because of carbon monoxide poisoning.
They were fortunate to be alive.
On 9/17/07, Tammy B wrote:
> Hi, I am getting a parrot soon. We heat with a wood stove
> in our living room. Will it be safe to have the bird in
> the same room? Sometimes when the door is opened to
> refill the wood, some smoke comes out. Thanks.