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Post by Ronda on Wed Apr 16, 2008 2:38 pm

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Post by Joe on Wed Apr 16, 2008 11:57 am

Most, if not all of we are bird owners. We tend to give advice on some things we are not the expert we may think we are. I include myself in this misnomer. I THINK we need to mention in our posts that it is our opinion, especially with matters of well being for them.
When we look up items on the net, we should make sure the source is a good one. I know we all want the best for our pets, so Please help with facts, when it comes to their well being. On light and fun matters, fire away, and of course Iíll be one of them with my own opinions. You are all great with helping, and keep it coming.
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