Problems arise in flocks and family. That's life. We can sit and judge from afar, or we can work together finding solutions to repair problems for the sake of a flocks happiness. I prefer the later. Here's the full story on a complex problem that has a very happy ending.
We've gathered and continue to gather wonderful Companion Parrot Advocates from around the world to write their stories and experiences. These are Advocates who are making a difference by working tirelessly in Advocacy itself, Parrot Rescue and Sanctuary and Avian Veterinarian Care. These stories, and real life experiences are here for you to read, share, learn and apply not only to your own flock, but to your own efforts inside your own companion parrot advocacy.
I hope you'll find ideas and inspiration while reading through these Advocate Articles. Remember, your thoughts and comments are important, they are integral to the success of our prime directive here; To give every parrot, every where, a happy home.
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We all love happy endings! Particularly the companion parrots living them! Sweetie is fitting in just fine and dandy these days.
Creating a personal sincere advocacy path requires time, experimenting and life experience. We may start out thinking we want to affect things in a certain manner, until life experiences reveal the truth of the matter. Here Max the Congo Grey and life experience reveal Eva's advocacy path through powerful truths.
Looking back can be painful, but it can also be a revelation. History and learning from the past is as powerful in companion parrot care as it is in our own life story.
Medicating a parrot can be intimidating. The size of the bird isn't the issue, it's the size of our insecurity that matters. Eva walks us through her experience medicating her macaw, much to her chagrin in the beginning. But with confidence, an Avian Vet to consult and a little patience, all is well, including her Ruby!
There's a very powerful, yet not well known, medical procedure available to parrots that pluck. It's powerful because not only is the recipient parrot healed mentally, and given a chance to regain balance of mind and body, it also heals companion relationships lost because of feather destruction. Max, an African Grey, is a wonderful case study.