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Posted by adrain 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 it 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



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