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  1. Cockatiel Talk
    I apologise in advance for the long post. A relative bought a pair of cockatiels in March of this year. Two weeks after, one of them had a seizure and sadly passed away with no one ever finding out what had happened to it. The other one seemed to thrive from this day forward, and all was okay...
  2. Cockatiel Talk
    I apologise in advance for the long post. A relative bought a pair of cockatiels in March of this year. Two weeks after, one of them had a seizure and sadly passed away with no one ever finding out what had happened to it. The other one seemed to thrive from this day forward, and all was okay...
  3. Your Cockatiels Health
    Hello everyone! I have a 3-week-old cockatiel named Nacho. He's a very active bird and has a HUGE appetite. But one morning, a family member painted her nails around my Nacho. After an hour, I noticed that he (I like to assume that he's a boy) slept in his box like a sick adult cockatiel would...
  4. Your Cockatiels Health
    Hello! I've been a lurker here for a while but I have a question that I'm freaking out about because I just read a thread about a cockatiel dying because of nail polish. I just finished painting my nails and they were sticky dry. My sister brought my tiel (who normally lives downstairs) to my...
  5. Your Cockatiels Health
    Hii I am Birdlover i have recently brought two cockatiel , I have been researching on internet about cockatiels , i came to know that non-stick pans can cause bird to die and also that strong fume of food can also cause them to die, Is this is right ? if yes then how much exposure is normal ...
  6. Your Cockatiels Health
    Hi everyone, I have read in many cockatiel care books and online, that teflon/non stick cookware is really unhealthy/toxic for cockatiels? I am interested to see if anyone else has heard this or if you have replaced your non stick cookware for alternatives. I am finding it pretty hard to find...
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