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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 06-15-2012, 12:30 PM Thread Starter

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Cool Bob's claw clip

I tried to find another vet but everyone I asked recommended the vet that did the bad Wing clip.
So we went back there for his claw clip.
I.had my daughter so.we left the room while it was done.
I heard Bob.make his wired noise its like a throaty chirrup when he's scared.
When we went in he asked about Bobs behaviour.
It has improved so I told him that.
He said Bob is in fantastic condition.
Not too fat, he's lovely and active and bright eyed.
He's been researching IRN since I was last in and was impressed with my knowledge.
He has suggested Bob needs some thicker perches.
Yay for Bob, I knew he was fabulous all along!


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A+ on the great exam Bob!!! As for larger perches... all my birds have perches from way too big to way too small with some being "just right" I find this exercises their leg and feet muscles as well as giving them a choice of what is most comfy for them.
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That's good! Clipping nails usually makes them groan. Chalkie flips!

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