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MEDICAL EMERGENCY SUPPLIES

It's always a good idea to have emergency supplies on hand should your bird or parrot injure itself or become suddenly ill. I can't stress enough how important it is to get your bird to your avian vet if you feel something isn't right. Birds are notorious for hiding their symptoms until they are extremely ill and even a small amount of bleeding could be too much for your pet. So, please...don't seek answers online. Call a vet. I find there are too many wannabe vets out there giving advice and much of it is to the detriment of your pet. If the emergency happens in the middle of the night and no avian vet is available, take your baby to an emergency vet clinic. Any vet is better than no vet.

Small Brooder.
It's important to keep your bird warm in the event of emergency. There are warming lamps out there as well and you can always come up with a make shift brooder; but, it's important not to let your bird or parrot get too warm too..so be sure you keep an eye on the temperature inside whatever you are using!

Large Brooder.
It's important to keep your bird warm in the event of emergency. There are warming lamps out there as well and you can always come up with a make shift brooder; but, it's important not to let your bird or parrot get too warm too..so be sure you keep an eye on the temperature inside whatever you are using!

Kwik-Stop
To temporarily stop bleeding. A must have for all bird owners. Birds tend to break blood feathers. They can bleed out if the bleeding doesn't stop. It's important to have kwik-stop on hand and I would recommend viewing a few youtube videos if you don't have easy access to a vet or someone who knows how to pull a blood feather.