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Re: quaker parrot hurt leg

Posted by Connie on 5/04/09
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    I am the "Connie" that has been participating on this post for a
    long time now. Obviously there is another "Connie" who is not me
    here and I say "Welcome" . Since, we both are Connies, why don't
    you put the number 2 after your name so people won't get us
    confused. I was here first, so I can be Connie1 and you can be
    Connie2. How's that? I think it's fair since I didn't give the
    advice that you have given and I think people should be able to
    tell us apart. Thank you.... Connie. Or as suggested by my own
    advice, Connie1.


    On 5/01/09, joni arnold wrote:
    > On 3/06/09, joni arnold wrote:
    >> On 3/06/09, Connie wrote:
    >>> Hi Joni... I wouldn't do anything else. You worrying isn't
    >>> gonna help. Just let nature take it's course. You've already
    >>> taken him to the vet. Your Quaker will heel himself and will
    >>> put his weight on his leg as he feels comfortable doing so.
    >>> He will be alright. Just be patient and let him do his own
    >>> thing. Connie
    >>>
    >>> thanks connie . i am still worried but he seems happy and
    >> normal . it is going on 2 weeks for the limp. i hope you are
    >> right and he heals himself.
    >> joni
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> On 3/03/09, joni arnold wrote:
    >>>> my quaker has a hurt ? leg . took him to vet. vet says
    >>>> not broken so put him on anti-inflammatories for 7 days,
    >>>> still not putting weight on the leg. do not want to take
    >>>> him back to vet for x rays etc ( stress) unless have to.
    >>>> any ideas? he is eating and acting fine ... just
    >>>> the "limp"