I live in Thailand. Two months ago I rescued injured baby dove from a parking lot. Its right wing was badly injured and the doctor couldn't save the wing. We decided to cut off the wing to save its life. The dove was closely cared for by exotic animal veterinarians. The best care I could give. After a month long hospitalization, doctors declared the bird to be comoletely healthy. The only problem is that, the bird wouldn't eat on its own. We have been hand-feeding Harrison's recovery formular to the bird. I am worried because the doctors were puzzled as to why the bird wouldn't eat on its own, despite being otherwise healthy. I adopted the bird because it is now flightless, I want to give it the best life possible. Please advise about the feeding and basic bird care. This is my first bird. I am now putting Harrison's fine pallets in its cage. It just doesn't eat. Is it because the bird is too young? Or is it because it didn't have a chance to learn from its mother how to eat? I have no idea how old the bird is, but will try to include the photo. If anyone recognize what kind of dove it is, please let me know. Thank you very much, and please help.