My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Indian ringneck... the green guy... smart and handsome parakeet...
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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby birdstud » Tue May 25, 2010 8:57 am

msiangrp wrote:letme start stuffing first aid kit rite now :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol: Don't worry keep cool and it will pass.

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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby YOKE CHIN » Thu May 27, 2010 3:34 am

birdstud wrote:pls be aware that most young IRN's will (before 1 year of age) get into a biting stage soon :lol: common with IRN's. They will test you to the limits and transform into a little monster (kindda like a rebellious teenager). You have to hang in there and be firm and patient to show it who is boss. Pls don't punish it physically and just let the period pass. It will last for about 4 - 6 weeks. It is part of growing up. If it succeeds in bullying you then you will have a spoilt brat that will be difficult to control. Wish you the best.

Sound advice. Thks for the knowledge.
Believe so, that parrot species need a lot of attention. We need to allow time for them to get to know us and for them to know us as well.
Like the old saying, "There are times for everything", to discipline, to let them out to play, to laugh and to pamper and care....... etc. :)
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msiangrp wrote:letme start stuffing first aid kit rite now :lol:

:lol: :lol: :lol: Don't worry keep cool and it will pass.


hi msiangrp, good preparation... huh... not tht bad, just how you handle them :D . believe so, it will pass and after tht you will enjoy them.. :)
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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby samuelfoo » Sat Sep 04, 2010 2:31 am

bro
mind to send the latest photo?
latest update
hehe kind of miss him...

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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby msiangrp » Fri Sep 10, 2010 4:39 pm

Cikgu Irwan,
my IRN got infected due to unknown reason....daily shedding its soft feather...pls guide me how to tackle this problem.
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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby Irwan Fahmy » Sat Sep 11, 2010 7:36 pm

I see now.. Its just a heavy molting.. Due to lack of Vit A and Beta carotene in the diet and also due to heat.. Actually its kinda normal for IRN and it is just a simple task to do.. Please feed him with carrots, sweet potatoes and also dont forget to add some mist spray to the feathers once in every alternate day... :)

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Re: My new tamed Indian Ring neck Parakeet

Postby msiangrp » Sun Sep 12, 2010 3:24 pm

Irwan Fahmy wrote:I see now.. Its just a heavy molting.. Due to lack of Vit A and Beta carotene in the diet and also due to heat.. Actually its kinda normal for IRN and it is just a simple task to do.. Please feed him with carrots, sweet potatoes and also dont forget to add some mist spray to the feathers once in every alternate day... :)


thanks a lot cikgu....i will change its diet,earlier i thought coz of mites problem and i sprayed mites repellent on its wings and feathers.
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