This post is about seeking advice on preventing female cockatiels from wanting to stimulate themselves so they are not prompted to lay eggs (this caused my bird to have a cloaca prolapse)
A little background on Buster's "self-stimulation" issue
A while back I noticed Buster (yes, she's female)...
I'm looking at her vent and it looks like she's trying to get something out. And lately, she's been chewing her wood perch. And she keeps going to the same spot on the ground. She's chirping and eating fine. And this is about the right time that she's supposed to be laying.
Please help me.