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Old 06-26-2019, 12:07 PM   #1
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When I try to load the video it says “invalid file”. So I’ll try to describe it. Corby did this weird neck wiggle that scared the life out of me. I googled it and read two different things. Either he thinks I’m awesome (clearly NOT true as he won’t even step up) or he is hormonal. Oh dear.....
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They will not let you upload video files here. I think most people will upload it to youtube and then share the link here.

It sounds like he is starting to bond with you and wants to feed you.. hehe That is the thing they do when they feed their mate or young. I think they do a dry version to win over a mate kind of deal. Pip has been doing it alot too and he has even brought up food a few times... yuk

I just put him down when he starts doing it.
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Wow....thank you ....I know I ask a lot of questions.... I’d love to think he might bond with me .... though I am not interested in a second hand seed and broccoli meal

I have been questioning if I am the right mama for him. There is just so much I don’t know and so much that scares me. If he ever got sick, or worse, because of my inexperience ....
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It sounds like you are doing fine to me. I have no idea either really I just looked up and read a bunch of stuff before I got my Pip. I have only had him like five or six months now so I am kind of new too.

I don't have the working knowledge of parrotlets just what I have read and there seems to be a lot of mixed things out there too like the pellet vs seed debate. Most of the people that have parrotlets are pro seed/vegetables but most of the vet stuff you read about are all pro pellet..idk (I kind of went with a mix.. hehe)
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Wiggle necking is a good sign! You are on your way to have great days!
Pellet and seeds, a decision indeed!! Overall, pellets are better as long as you feed fresh veggies and nuts, etc. But, most of the pellets out there are bad in many ways. Never get a pellet with color. According to Ricochet's vet, Harrison's Fine pellets are the best in the market. They are completely natural, bio degradable and mimic the nutrients found in nature. The other pellets hurt the kidney's and liver over a long period of time.
It is his opinion, but he is highly respected!


He gives me a lecture every time I see him! He told me on Monday that 70% pellet and the rest seed mix and veggies, etc is what he suggests for Ricochet. I have to think about it.



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