I'm finding in different articles some truth in that exposed birds do 'grow
out' of the disease, or overcome it without treatment. But I am finding
nothing that would suggest a bird would survive past adolescence without
developing visible symptoms and suffering through the disease. I have
raised these parents of the lovebirds I sold Dottie, and they are gorgeous.
I've posted picture after picture of my birds, all of them could not have
dodged the bullet so-to-speak if PBFD were present in my home.
Can someone explain how those two babies came up positive? This is not their
first clutch. Here are the parents: