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Post by Tari on Sun Mar 16, 2008 10:55 am

A few not a lot compaired to some people. lol But I have four pet birds and several breeder birds.
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Post by Phonelady61 on Sun Mar 16, 2008 9:45 am

Okay well I guess I am going to take them and keep them then . just cant let them all out together at the same time i do already have play gyms . so I will keep them then . good luck to you too . you have alot of birds huh ? wow .
Tari wrote:I would not get them if you can not keep them. Passing birds around is hard on them. You well need to QT for 45 days and if each has their own out time and their own cages you can keep more then one bird.
None of my pets are allowed on the same play-gym at the same time. I have one big one and a smaller one. So I can have two birds out at a time but all of mine are clipped and stay on their own play-gym.
It can be done with very little extra work.
But if you feel you can not do that. I would not take them. But maybe you can help them find a home by letting your local bird clue know about them. And your friends.
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Post by Tari on Sun Mar 16, 2008 9:34 am

I would not get them if you can not keep them. Passing birds around is hard on them. You well need to QT for 45 days and if each has their own out time and their own cages you can keep more then one bird.
None of my pets are allowed on the same play-gym at the same time. I have one big one and a smaller one. So I can have two birds out at a time but all of mine are clipped and stay on their own play-gym.
It can be done with very little extra work.
But if you feel you can not do that. I would not take them. But maybe you can help them find a home by letting your local bird clue know about them. And your friends.
Good Luck
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Post by Phonelady61 on Sun Mar 16, 2008 9:21 am

Okay now I am kind of concerned because I really do need to take these birds cause they really do not have time for them and I do . should I just take them and wait a few months and then re home them to someone I know will take good care of them ? I mean I dont want to upset arnold and make him all crazy I just dont know what to do now .
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Post by Tari on Sun Mar 16, 2008 9:13 am

My rescue quaker Dandy won't have anything to do with any other birds he hates them all.
Topaz is still very young barely a year and still wants to be around other quakers. This might be cause the is blue and very laid back.
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Post by ziggy on Sun Mar 16, 2008 12:19 am

Hello Phonelady,

Quakers are a little tempamental about other birds at times. I agree with Ronda just watch them with the birds you have already. Who knows they all might be best friends after. Maybe not but at least they will all have a good home.

By the way I am from the Clearwater area. where are you at. You can PM me with it so you dont have to put it in the open forum.( onlt if you want to please dont if you think other wise. I will understand. There are a lot of nuts out there)

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Post by Ronda on Sat Mar 15, 2008 7:15 pm

I agree with my hubby lol. There are exceptions of course. But if the Quaker you have now is a little older and maybe the only bird now? It may not get along with the others. But no reason not to get the other ones. They just won't be able to be in the same cage is all. We had Molly our 12 year old Quaker for 9 years and than we have added a African Grey, a cockatiel, and soon a Goffin Cockatoo. They get used to having them around. But she has picked my husband (Jay) as her one person. If he holds SweetHeart my TAG she kind of just looks at him. They can't be on him at the same time though. Their may be a little jealousy issue, but they will learn to deal with it, just don't pay any less attention to him once you get the others.

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Post by Jay on Sat Mar 15, 2008 7:06 pm

You have to be careful from what I have read Quakers don't get along with other birds they have not been raised with
no matter the species. There are exceptions read the post about the Quaker and the Keet. If your Quaker has bonded to you he or she will not like the idea of sharing you. So watch them closely.

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Post by Phonelady61 on Sat Mar 15, 2008 6:32 pm

Hi I was wondering how quakers get along with other quakers ? they will all be green ones ? I am thinking about adopting two more from a couple who want me too . Very Happy
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