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    Urgent!!! Sun Conure Baby unable to stand up

    I recently got a sun conure baby claimed to be 3-4 months old from a breeder who was unable to take care of it as it couldn't stand up. He told me that it should be fed twice a day but I noticed that that wasn't enough and now I'm feeding it thrice a day. I got it to the only vet who was...
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    Splayed Leg?

    I hope this was the right spot to post in. I noticed a splayed leg budgie up in Kijiji in my area. I've got an extra cage (Might not be the best cage for a splayed leg but could work until I could get the best one possible for the baby) and the time. I stay at home all day. I have a Lovebird and...
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    Urgent My baby birds have a splayed leg issue and weird yellow poop. Please help!

    Good evening! I have recently been fostering 2 baby egrets (I think they are egrets. not sure) who were found on the road. I was planning on releasing them in the wild once they grew up. But now they both seemed to have developed splay legs issue. They also have weird yellowish poop which...
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    Splayed Leg Dove

    Hi all! My name is Justice and i am new to forums so please bare with me. I am going tomorrow to pick up a ringneck dove who has a splayed leg. She is about 2 months old and someone in my town dumped her at a local shelter. I have cared for ringneck doves, have 3 currently, however, I have never...
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    Urgent Is that a splayed leg ???

    Hi everyone, I have this baby quaker (34 days) and I’m wondering if he’s having a splayed legs ? Or that’s their normal standing in this age ? He can walk on the carpet and any rough surface but the legs separates a little bit and become wide but he can walk for a distance with no problems...
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    Splayed legs 101 - What is it? How to fix it?

    What is it? Spraddle leg, also known as splayed leg(s), is a condition where the legs of a chick are sticking outwards and the chick is not able to support it´s own body weight. A chicks legs should sit vertically under the body and not at an angle. What causes it? Insufficient bedding in the...