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Should I Take my Baby Lovebird to the vet?

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A new bird vet check is always the best. You’ll get to meet your avian vet and get their advice on diet, housing, sleep schedule etc. They’ll also do some basic lab work to test for some preliminary common bird diseases. Once those test results are back, you’ll be advised as to how often your new Lovvie should be seen by the vet.

Just make sure the vet is a certified avian vet.
 
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A new bird vet check is always the best. You’ll get to meet your avian vet and get their advice on diet, housing, sleep schedule etc. They’ll also do some basic lab work to test for some preliminary common bird diseases. Once those test results are back, you’ll be advised as to how often your new Lovvie should be seen by the vet.

Just make sure the vet is a certified avian vet.
Okay Thanks for the information
 

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