Me and Adelie are just home from the vet (I just took her for a check up) and when the vet asked what her diet is now, his face had a look of horror when I told him she is still weaning. The words out of his mouth; ¨muy mal!¨ (Very bad!). He says I should cut her off from her morning feed, now. And in one week cut her off from formula all together. Adelie is a lovebird who developed and grew slowly, she is now 138 days old (20.5weeks). She has started her first moult. Lovebird weaning starts at around week 5-6 and the bird will be weaned by week 8 ish. Adelie didn´t get introduced to hard food until week 7-8 because she was too small. I´m not happy cutting her off cold turkey. I told him, that for the last two days she has eaten less in the morning, and today ate little. She does eat millet and her seed mix, and nibbles veggies/sprouted beans, lentils. Why would I just cut her off now and force her after all this time letting her go at her own pace? I already know that if we do this my way as we have so far, she will highly likely lose the morning feed by the weekend anyway. So why force her for the sake of a few days? I´m looking for your thoughts and opinions. What do you think? I am planing to stick to my guns, unless someone here tells me why I should do what the vet says, backed up with a document/article. I just want to do right by Adelie, and I don´t like going against a vets advice.