• Welcome to Avian Avenue! To view our forum with less advertisments please register with us.
    Memberships are free and it will just take a moment. Click here

Going green . . . .

Clueless

Joyriding the Neighborhood
Avenue Veteran
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Avenue Concierge
Joined
11/3/12
Messages
21,139
Medicine shall be delivered by peas, NOT squash.

20210912_224851.jpg 20210912_224826.jpg 20210912_224756.jpg
 

Clueless

Joyriding the Neighborhood
Avenue Veteran
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Avenue Concierge
Joined
11/3/12
Messages
21,139
She quit taking meds from the syringe a while back. Luckily, she is OK with licking the spoon.
 

sunnysmom

Ripping up the road
Avenue Veteran
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Joined
9/16/13
Messages
25,839
Location
Pennsylvania
Real Name
Michelle
She looks like she likes it! I really need to syringe train my birds.
 

Clueless

Joyriding the Neighborhood
Avenue Veteran
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Avenue Concierge
Joined
11/3/12
Messages
21,139
So can a bird over eat peas? It's been THE way to take meds for weeks now (twice a day).

Anybody know????
 

Shezbug

ASK ME FOR PICTURES OF MY MACAW!
Super Moderator
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Joined
4/28/18
Messages
17,007
Location
Vic, Australia
Real Name
Shez
So can a bird over eat peas? It's been THE way to take meds for weeks now (twice a day).

Anybody know????
I have a bird that literally only recognises three things as food- sunflower seed, peanut and green peas. He eats a decent amount of them every single day.
I am working on changing this diet but it’s seriously slow going.
 

Clueless

Joyriding the Neighborhood
Avenue Veteran
Celebirdy of the Month
Mayor of the Avenue
Avenue Spotlight Award
Avenue Concierge
Joined
11/3/12
Messages
21,139
Thanks!

I was getting worried.
 
Top