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Bird CPR

JLcribber

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Great information Miriam. :)
 

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Making this a sticky. Thanks Miriam.
 

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No problem :)
 

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I just read it, and I was sweating just thinking of having to do CPR on a parrot.

I will melt this info into my brain.

Thanks for the links Miriam.
 

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Very good links and awesome information. Thanks for posting this and making it a sticky.
 

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Thank you. As a bird groomer, I have had one incident where I lost a bird. I did try my best to revive, but probably was too slow, according to this article. He had liver disease for years and was one medicine 3x a day, but it hurt to lose him anyway.
 

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Good info never know what would happen.
 
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