Rachel, I think you made a very wise decision. I wish you the
very best with your new bird. You're doing the right thing by
asking questions and getting as much information about the bird
as you can.
On 11/21/09, rachel wrote:
> Thank you Greenlady, I decided to get one from east coast
> instead as this one is very friendly, very tamed and well
> socialized. It also comes with a one yr guaranty in case of
> and what not from a genetic condition.
> this is also part of their guaranty:
> We test all new additions prior to being added to our flocks
> Polyoma, Psittacosis & PBFD
> - We guarantee the health of all of our birds and customers
> days to confirm their health with a Certified Avian veternarian.
> - We do provide a 2 week personality guarantee (also in
> for some customers as long as we feel comfortable that they are
> not using us as "try a bird".
> This baby will cost me 350 dollars more but it is well worth it
> i won't have to wonder if the little one is ill or not. This
> is also a congo not a timneh. I just purchased 2 new books on
> and training and have enlisted the help of several friends with
> similar birds for support and advice. This little baby has
> to talk and is only 3 months old so I'm don't want to bring him
> home yet as he's on one comfort feeding a day.