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#430923 - 11/05/16 11:30 PM Parkeets left foot might be hurt  
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I have a pareekt who is 2 yesrs old and he cant put weight on his left foot,
He claws looks deofrmed or something i dont take him out of the cage.
This started a while ago he is eating and sleeping will he be ok??
Sometimes he grabs the cage with his beek ,what should i do??

#430926 - 11/08/16 04:54 AM Re: Parkeets left foot might be hurt [Re: Tazz3]  
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Welcome to our forums!

I would take him to a vet to make sure it's not something that will spread or that is causing him pain.

Good luck!

Lisa Shea, Owner
#431878 - 03/14/18 11:47 PM Re: Parkeets left foot might be hurt [Re: Tazz3]  
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hello. first time here. anyhu. I have two buggies ..cant tell the sex but that's ok . one of my pareekt (cant I say buggie by the way heh ) is also favouring his left foot.cant seem to pull it beside him. this is strange cause its only been recent. both birds by the way are about three years or so. you know this thing of birds favouring their left or right foot seems to be more common soo is there per chance a yutube video with explanation . for me taking him/her to vet is the extreme sorry.

p.s is there a way to stop birds from dominating one from the other. the blue one is constantly putting is foot on the yellow birds back and sometimes I find bluebird picking at its feathers(not in good way).

sorry for the long story.
thanking you in advance

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