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Posted 14th October 2006, 06:33 AM
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Natural Remedy for birds with behavioral issues, such as plucking


My rehabber told me about this new herbal product that is having such a success rate that avian vets are recommendiing it for their customer's birds.

Here is the link:

http://www.kingscages.com/menubehavior.htm


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Posted 14th October 2006, 09:15 AM
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I might be missing sonething here, but I have never seen a pigeon pluck him/her self. I do know that Parrots do. I have seen pigeons when preening them self, remove a loose feather but this is normal and quite common during the molt. I feel that many see this as plucking,but once again it is quite normal for a to remove a loose feather. I might add that healty pigeons will drop power down feathers(fluff) all year.This is also normal,in fact those of us that race pigeons look for this dropping of fluff feathers and good solid droppings as a sign of health and condishion. .GEORGE
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