Re: accomodations for RB
Posted by Cheryl on 6/16/05
> When I talked to the breeder she said it was up to me only if she
> felt that I would be able to hand feed (after she showed me how
> and watched me do it).
It doesn't matter if she watches and you are able to do it or
not...Many things could go wrong, and you would have no idea what
to do. What is the bird started aspirating? What if the formula
is too hot and the bird gets crop burn? These are just two
Again, I say, if a breeder is willing to sell an unweaned baby to a
novice, I'd be weary.
As far as your Grey flying out your door, I am sorry for your
loss. Please, with multiple people living in the house, make sure
that everyone follows safety precautions where the bird is
concerned, and check the birds wings at least once a week for any
feather trimming that may need to be done.