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Old 04-12-2012, 10:13 PM   #51 
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That was a really interesting article copper, even for someone who doesn't have a bird like me. I love animal nutrition.
It's really sad, most pet stores will try and sell garbage food for pretty much all your pets :/ on the other hand, the seed I feed my wild birds must be fresh cause it's always sprouting in the feeder after it rains xD
I found that weird that toucans need distilled water cause they can't have iron o.o good to know though since a toucan/aracari is one of my life goals :D
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Old 04-12-2012, 10:54 PM   #52 
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My mom has a blue Parakeet. He is a chatter box. My dad has a turkey call thing and is trying to teach him how to make turkey noises. Ugh. Glad I am not my mom. He is skittish though and they have had him for a month. I tell you what I would suggest. A Pacman frog. The setup is within your range and they eat live crickets and worms and such. They are neat and I wish had another.
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p.s. my mother just texted me to tell you everything she got for him was less than a hundred over here in Ohio. Don't know about where you are from. She got him a huge cage and tons of toys and a fuzzy bed thing for under a hundred.
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:15 AM   #54 
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Yeah, I can agree with the noise thing. My best friend in high school had budgies, and they were ALWAYS chattering. Until you put the blanket over the cage, lol
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Old 04-13-2012, 06:24 AM   #55 
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Yea he gets agravating on visits sometimes but he makes up for it in cutness. :)
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:33 PM   #56 
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I own a dwarf hamster. Hams should be in a cage more the size of a 20g or maybe a 10g with tubes that connect to more cages. Mice can be in 10g though (if you have lots of toys and maybe even a play area).
My ham is in a 30g
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Old 04-13-2012, 01:38 PM   #57 
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p.s. my mother just texted me to tell you everything she got for him was less than a hundred over here in Ohio. Don't know about where you are from. She got him a huge cage and tons of toys and a fuzzy bed thing for under a hundred.
Thank you! I am in Cali so the setup would probably be more new but I'm thinking about getting a used setup and disinfecting it. I like the way pacman frogs look but I'm really looking for more of a little companion, and I think it kinda hurts frogs to touch them. (At least a lot)
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Old 04-13-2012, 03:45 PM   #58 
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You know what though? Now I am kind of worried about how much noise he will make....Do they chirp all day long? Are they quiet at night? Will I be able to watch T.V. in my room in peace ever? I have to keep him in my room...
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If your room is small, I wouldn't put him in there.
Birds cause a lot of dander and you wouldn't want to get something like bird lung disease.
However it is just one budgie. o-o
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If your room is small, I wouldn't put him in there.
Birds cause a lot of dander and you wouldn't want to get something like bird lung disease.
However it is just one budgie. o-o
Oh it's actually a huge room lol. My boyfriend and I have our full bed in there, then about 8 feet of nothing, then the bulky tv lol. It's bigger than some living rooms I've seen
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