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Ediyed title* Chipped off beak now looks thin.. Do we need a vet?

Karen

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Unfortunately, he really doesn't chew wood. Not even the soft stuff like balsa :( All he does that's parrot-like is weave
My bird doesn't chew wood either. I have to rely on my avian vet to keep his beak in shape.
 

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My vet and I theorize that many Quakers are not as big into chewing due to the fact that they are not cavity nesters :)
 

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Oh, my breeding pairs do, even rolled up paper. But come to think of it my pet Gracie doesn't chew wood but will chew cardboard and paper.
 

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My vet and I theorize that many Quakers are not as big into chewing due to the fact that they are not cavity nesters :)
That's a very intriguing theory! I wonder how many other Quakers are not big into chewing
 
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