Leza, where is Odin and Loki? You're not off the hook!
Don't give up hope that the beak might regrow. When I adopted Zuma, he was so hypocalcemic that he was actually experiencing neurological issues, and when the vet put the speculum in his mouth to take a choanal swab, the sides of his beak broke off so his lower mandible was U-shaped. It took a few months of a good diet and full-spectrum lighting, but the beak did eventually grow back completely. You'd never guess to look at him that it was ever abnormal.When he was 2 weeks old he had an accident(of his own doing) and snapped the bottom of his beak in half. He got really lucky with the break, and still maintains the integrity of the jaw, and only lost the middle area. The sides are still intact. He is a joy to have around, and very ACTIVE! he loves flapping his little wings, and building his muscles up. He loves to run around on top of his cage. He has taken a nice liking to paper rope toys, and pony beads. I am so attached to my baby, and it has only been a few weeks!!
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Good deal. I'll PM you the recipe.That would be great since I only have to supplement fresh foods for everyone else and its more snack blends than a whole diet, I am always concerned he's not getting enough. I did try soaking and he totally ignores it. Only one I haven't tried soaking yet is roudybush.