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Second chick died, at 5 days old. Eyes opened on day 5, found him off the nest, with a full crop, dead. It was awful cold and apparently my pigeons won't move their young back on the nest because the adult was sitting on the empty nest with the dead chick about 2 feet away. So it goes.
I started my pigeon loft with squeakers last summer. This spring they are laying, recently two hatched, and 2 more eggs are being set on. Of the two chicks that hatched the smaller one died. The second chick is still alive, 4 days old. Questions: When do their eyes open? I assume since the chick has...
Sounds like you have a pup with alpha tendencies and need to examine the dynamics of your household of people and other dogs. He is just a pup, and likely the growling at feeding time is what he did when the whole litter jockeyed for food. Never would I tolerate a dog growling at me, family, or the ...
- Sun May 17, 2015 5:00 pm
- Forum: Health and Nutrition
- Topic: Spaying my brittany
- Replies: 22
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I have never had a female spayed & my foundation female was over 15 when she passed I have a daughter of hers she will be 14 in Oct & I have seen no negative effects.I see no reason to spay or neuter.I have a male,an older brother to my 14 yr old to be female he will be 15 next month & still looks ...
I just gave Bravecto to all 5 of my setters on May 1. Only one had mild vomiting and diarrhea for less than 24 hrs. after eating the chewable. So far I have only pulled 2 dead ticks off of two of the dogs. I paid $50. per chewable from the vet, will be worth it if they last the full 12 weeks, hate t...
- Sun May 17, 2015 4:39 pm
- Forum: Help: Member Support
- Topic: Why are all of my posts held until admin approval?
- Replies: 11
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I also am waiting for approval, my first post has not appeared yet and it has been 48 hours. Any idea if it will appear at all?
Sponge feeding is preferred by many, easier for them to latch on than bottles/nipples, less risk of aspiration than tube feeding, and it more naturally stimulates suckle reflex. Lots of Youtube videos. Cosmetic sponges, milk replacer, and syringe are all that is needed. Here is one youtube example: ...