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Posted on: 10:59:38 PM 6/1/2007

Awww. It's nice to meet you and your sweetie pies, welcome to Terrific Pets. Hope you enjoy yourself. :)


Posted on: 4:21:31 PM 6/1/2007

I would say that once the eggs are cracked, the little keets dont stand a chance. I doubt very much so that you have a pair.

Posted on: 4:01:25 AM 6/1/2007

I would suggest getting a lovebird. They are easier to tame than the budgie :)


Posted on: 3:55:14 AM 6/1/2007

My Quaker Saidie loves to say "Ohhh, your a puffy parrot! Whatcha doin? What makes you so puffy huh?" My African Grey, Ruby, always says "Jazzmin!!! WAKE UP!!! BREAKFAST TIME!!!" When she hears me cooking bacon or eggs. She also says to bald men, "Sh...

Posted on: 3:43:57 AM 6/1/2007

Well, he might think that the reflection of himself is another male bird and he might have started a rivalry with it for some reason. You can fix this by getting a large window sticker so that he wont get hurt from continually running into the window...

Posted on: 3:41:13 AM 6/1/2007

Well these are a few names that I was planning to name a new parrot that I will be getting soon. Summer, Nellie, Isabella, Monique, Jade. Hope you like them :).


Posted on: 3:39:07 AM 6/1/2007

Yes, I agree with Stan. Make sure that they are old enough, set up a nest box and be sure that they are a proven pair.


Posted on: 3:36:46 AM 6/1/2007

Let me correct myself; it may grow back. But he wont mind it.

Posted on: 3:35:32 AM 6/1/2007

It is ok if he walks a little funny for a couple of days. Just like when we cut our fingernails and we cut it too short, it feels kind of funny for a day or two and then you eventually forget about it. Just like us, his nails will grow back and soon ...

Posted on: 3:32:17 AM 6/1/2007

I doubt that they can talk. But sometimes with a lot of persistence, you can teach them to whistle tunes (i.e. Twinkle Twinkle Little Star) Maybe even a wolf whistle :)

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