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Re: Baby monk parakeet

Posted by Connie on 5/25/08
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    Travis, Do what you think is right and forget people who are rude.
    This chat is supposed to be a nice one and you should do what you feel
    is right. Take her advice and try the splint method, it's worth that.
    If it doesn't work, then love the little one anyway. We are not
    perfect and sometimes what works for one does not work for another. I,
    personally wish you and your little one the best and will say a prayer
    for you. God bless, Connie

    On 5/25/08, Connie wrote:
    >
    > Boo on you for criticizing me and what I do with my birds. Who do
    > you think you are by being mean to others? I did do it in a timely
    > manner and it did not work. Who are you to tell me not to breed? You
    > are a very ugly person. Travis should do what he think is right. If
    > the taping works great. But don't go acting like a Miss Know - it -
    > all and telling people things in a cruel manner! This is not what
    > this chat is all about or are you too vain to see that?!
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >> On 5/24/08, Connie wrote:
    >>>
    >>> Taping them up didn't work for mine. We tried that when it was a
    >>> couple months old and let it stay for awhile and when we took
    >>> the tape off, they were still splayed. But, hey.. what have you
    >>> got to lose?
    >
    > On 5/25/08, Hedly Lamar wrote:
    >> This problem is easily fixed. Boo on you for not fixing it in a
    >> timely manner. Don't breed if you don't know what you are doing.
    >> That goes for your birds AND YOU.
    >>
    >>
    >>> On 5/24/08, Hedly Lamar wrote:
    >>>> On 5/24/08, Connie wrote:
    >>>>> I had a young bird that was splay legged and I sought info
    >>>>> about it. I was told that sometimes the mother bird will lay
    >>>>> on it so much that their little legs will spread out.
    >>>>> Fortunately, mine was only 1 leg and she is still like that
    >>>>> but gets around just as well as the others because she
    >>>>> wanted to get around. Your bird has both splayed legs. The
    >>>>> bird may or may not ever get up and walk but it will find a
    >>>>> way to get around. You are gonna just have to wait and see
    >>>>> and let it do for itslef. Sometimes life isn't fair and
    >>>>> sometimes the mother will lay on one of them. At least she
    >>>>> didn't sufficate it or kill it some other way. Give the bird
    >>>>> some time and try and let him do his thing. Give him love
    >>>>> and pray for him to find his way to get around. I believe
    >>>>> that he will.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> On 5/22/08, travis wrote:
    >>>>>> I have a green and blue monk parakeet, the green one laid
    >>>>>> eggs again for the 2nd time, and we have 3 babies now. all
    >>>>>> of them are feathered now, two of them can climb and walk
    >>>>>> around fine but the last one isn't walking, he is always on
    >>>>>> his stomach spread eagle, sometimes pushing himself up but
    >>>>>> never really getting both of his legs under him. Is this
    >>>>>> common? anything we can do to help? Thanks
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> Spayed legs are easily fixed. Take the bird to an experianced
    >>>> avian vet and get them fixed. If you don't at least try then
    >>>> you will have to live knowing that you didn't even try to help
    >>>> that little one. Spend a couple of dollars. Geez I can tape
    >>>> them up in about 3 minutes. After 2 weeks they are fine. Do
    >>>> it now before it gets too old.