Yep hes the main character! The evil cockatoo!
They were local and looking for friendly parrots that owners would be willing to have live with the trainer for a few months.
We went to an audition which was more of a meet and greet. And just showed what he does how he waves, has a recall, can be...
This is exactly why we recommend people dont feed alfalfa hay at all. Oops!
How much are you giving him for pellets?
I might be inclined to cut him off the alfalfa cold turkey but you will need to make sure he continues to eat other stuff and not mostly pellets.
You can also try other types of...
However rabbit poop is considered more of a cold fertilizer and can be put right on the garden with out needing to compost it first.
We typically recommend not feeding alfalfa hay as it can be difficult to switch them to grass hay when they get older.
Aslong as their pellets are alfalfa based or designed for youngsters youre good. Not just "alfalfa pellets" but actual pellets with all the vitamins and minerals they need.
That colour pattern is simply "broken" which dozens of breeds come in. English spots are an arched breed with very specific spotting and body type, nothing like the OPs photos.
@Astrx your bun is simply a cute mix.
Shes probably already pregnant.
Either move up their appointments or get ready for babies.
They need to be kept seperate for at least a solid month after they have been fixed as well.
Thereis no way to keep them together. They shouldnt even be allowed to touch between bars because he can still...