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chronic egg laying

  1. Cockatiel Talk
    Hey all! I’m seeking some expertise from those with experience. So my husband and I have the sweetest female Tiel named Rupert. She’s a little lover and used to getting tons of our attention. Anyways-we have a newborn daughter and we rescued a little old dog a year ago who has to rotate between...
  2. Your Cockatiels Health
    How common is chronic egg laying and getting egg bound? I have two females and I just really want to know what I can do to prevent these things and how often it really happens.
  3. Cockatiel Breeding
    Hello, My cockatiel Kiwi laid 4 infertile eggs two months ago. After exhibiting more hormonal behavior, I left her to sleep for longer hours and avoided petting her when she was doing her mating thingy.. but she laid another egg last night. I kept her last eggs in there for a LONG time.. I...
  4. Your Cockatiels Health
    My female cockatiel (who has had a previous issue with chronic egg laying and even a prolapsed chloaca) is starting to act hormonal and stimulating herself again. :/ I've been trying the modifications through her environment and reducing the amount of daylight, and etc. However, her vent area...
  5. Cockatiel Breeding
    I'm really sorry to be such a pain about this, but I'm not sure what to do. Chester started laying at the beginning of the month. Usually he lays 5 then sits, but he just laid his 8th egg. He laid some of them in his cage, but he's laid 2 in Lucy's cage. Those I moved to his cage. One I...
  6. Cockatiel Breeding
    I meant to post some tips on the subject earlier so here it goes. I know it can be pretty scary to find an egg in your 'tiel's cage, especially when you weren't expecting it. It's normal for females to have a clutch sometime during their life. It usually will happen when your 'tiel is happy and...
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