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Old 04-20-2009, 02:26 PM
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Re: Help New 1st time parrot owner!!!

As the others suggest, you have to take quaker to a certified vet. It is not normal for the parrot to be acting in such a way because it had not acted like that before. Something has to be seriously wrong, because if he would have been uncomfortable living with you and your family then it would have acted like this since then. I can make a comparison to a baby that cannot speak yet, babies are only fussy when they need something and you know their moods after a while; if they begin throwing a fit all day then you know they are trying to tell you something which is when you then take them to visit a doctor. I hope this helps.
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