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1 Replies and 1249 Views Parrot boarder for U2 in or near Glasgow wanted - May 2013  1249  1 Started by  Laura Rennie Hi everyone, I'm looking for someone to have my 6 year old Umbrella Cockatoo Dylan in their home from Friday May 24th til Sunday June 2nd 2013. He'll have his own cage, all his food etc for the week - he just needs people who understand cockatoos who will be home all or most of the day to be with him. I usually use Parrot Camp near Glasgow airport but they are no longer in operation. Can anyone help Laura. xx 
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01-04-2013 10:47 AM
6 Replies and 1577 Views Parrot sitter/holiday home needed April 2013 near Glasgow SORTED  1577  6 Started by  Kensmrs AKA Rhonda Hello I have two parrots (Red Lored Amazon and Hahn's Macaw) who normally go to Parrot Camp and were booked in for our mini holiday in April (just after Easter) but the lady who runs Parrot Camp has taken ill and has called today to say she cannot take my girls in April. 
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30-01-2013 1:45 PM
7 Replies and 1415 Views Holiday home help needed  1415  7 Started by  gregg Hi Can anyone help with holiday cover for a week commencing 26/10/12 sorry its short notice but I have only just been asked! South West area. 
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08-10-2012 11:21 AM
2 Replies and 1420 Views In advance for Feb 2013  1420  2 Started by  EmmaT Booked a holiday for Feb 14th 2013. Now worried I won't get suitable care for my parrots while I'm away. I've considered hiring somebody who advertises at the vets to come over, but I've no idea who much they know about parrots and it's creepy having someone I din't know in my house while I'm away. A friemd has volunteered but quite honestly they're terrified of parrots and would feed and water but that's about it. I've considered boarding them at Tropical Birdland in Leicester but I've yet to c...
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15-09-2012 4:21 AM
2 Replies and 1359 Views Burton on Trent / Stretton Holiday home required  1359  2 Started by  Charlie-Stretton Hi. Our African Grey, Charlie sometimes needs a holiday from us and likes to stay with friendly, none smoking families. He talks a lots, counts, sings and whistles. We live in Stretton (Near Burton Albion FC) and would ideally like to meet a family that would welcome Charlie into their home for a short holiday. Thank You for reading this post Mike & Jayne 07850685961
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30-08-2012 5:10 AM
10 Replies and 2036 Views Anyone near Fife Scotland  2036  10 Started by  PHarley Hi was looking for someone to sit my 3 birds when im away on honeymoon in September !! Obviously i know three is a lot and would come visit first, need to trust x
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21-08-2012 2:01 PM
0 Replies and 930 Views Gloucestershire Boarding - Happy to Help  930  0 Started by  Virginia Hi - I own a blackheaded caique that is health checked for psittacosis.   I am happy to help out with holiday cover as long as own bird carries a clean bill of health (certificate required)! I work from home so your feathered friends would be rarely left in an empty house and will get plenty of love and attention.
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15-08-2012 3:51 AM
5 Replies and 2161 Views Holiday Boarding Needed in Gloucestershire  2161  5 Started by  Virginia Hi, I am looking for someone to look after my black headed caique during holidays.    I live in Cheltenham and would return favour.
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13-08-2012 5:40 AM
0 Replies and 959 Views Holiday home for parrots  959  0 Started by  carole Will look after parrot(s) whilst you are on holiday.  Am experienced parrot owner but just have the one African Grey now.  Live in Cleveland area (near Saltburn). O1642 480801
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05-08-2012 1:59 PM
2 Replies and 1210 Views Holiday home for wally  1210  2 Started by  Gordy Hi all, is there anyone that can help with holiday home for Wally, my African grey. We are in Somerset area, near Frome/Shepton mallet and were off to turkey on 26th September until 12th October. regards Gordon
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by  SharonHJump to last post
04-08-2012 8:52 AM
4 Replies and 1825 Views Holiday Home Needed Next Week(!) North East  1825  4 Started by  Yvonne Hi Everyone I'm desperate for a holiday home for my two BL fostered pionus's (Max and Bailey).  Both hand tame and easy to look after.  They're happy staying in their cage or being let out.... My parents were going to look after them whilst we went away on honeymoon but now they need to go away themselves. Dates 25th July 2012 to 11th August 2012. Please get in touch if you can help.  I'll return the favour. Thanks Yvonne
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by  SheenaJump to last post
19-07-2012 1:16 PM
2 Replies and 1277 Views help!!!!!!!!!!  1277  2 Started by  karen morning im going on holiday in august and im looking for a safe friendly place for my 2 possibly 3 paarrots i have 2 african greys and im also looking after a cockatoo i live in brixham ,devon if anyone knows of anyone that can help i woud be so gratefull thanks
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by  SharonLJump to last post
05-07-2012 6:53 AM
15 Replies and 2171 Views Needed - Home for Senegal for 5 months!  2171  15 Started by  Doddie Kent Is there anyone out there who would take on a Senegal for 5 months, from September, whilst owner goes abroad The bird is much loved, comes with his own cage, and will be delivered. He is living in Ashford, Kent, atm. Once he gets to know you, he likes a tickle on the head, and is a good companion. If anyone feels they would like to help this lady, please contact Carol: If there are any problems getting through, please contact the Helpline. Doddie &160;
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by  TinaJump to last post
27-06-2012 3:11 PM
1 Replies and 1095 Views Holiday home needed for South London BHCs  1095  1 Started by  Biguana Hi, We have (as of 4th June) two black headed caiques that will need attending to when we go to Latitude on 12th to 15th July. Before we hire a pet sitter to come in and see them every day, is there anyone in London who would have them for four days We'd like to get to know other parrot owners in the area so that we could look after their birds when they are away too, in return, rather than paying a stranger to come in (we very rarely leave London but would love to get to know more local...
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by  NinaJump to last post
20-06-2012 2:03 PM
0 Replies and 919 Views holiday home  919  0 Started by  leebug hello we are happy to look after any birds for holidays we are away first 2 weeks of august other than that happy to take them no other pets here and only one well behaved daughter ,i am happy to handle or leave alone whatever is best for your bird just need clear instructions when left .someone home all day and night just let me know when, we am just outside leicester  central midlands and i am a member here .
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11-06-2012 3:06 PM
4 Replies and 1325 Views Star my african grey looking for a holiday home  1325  4 Started by  joanne1 Hello all. Im going away soon on a family holiday and im looking for a holiday home for my 4year old african grey called star. He is very friendly and trained,but if let out of the cage he can be a bit of a pain to get back in. He is getting a birdline clip next week so he cant fly around, so this should help with getting him in his cage. I normaly let him out for 2/3 hours a day but he is fine either way. He does talk alot but no swear words lol The dates are from 25 july to the 4th ...
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11-06-2012 11:27 AM
5 Replies and 1709 Views Holiday Home Needed  1709  5 Started by  Mandy J Hi everyone I am looking for a holiday home for my african grey. we are off for our silver wedding anniversary for two weeks and have been let down at the last minute. it is our first holiday abroad and has been booked for ages. we are going in July. does anyone know anybody in West Yorkshire or nearby counties that take parrots in for lodging. Mandy
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04-06-2012 7:53 AM
0 Replies and 905 Views Holiday Home found in Glasgow  905  0 Started by  Doddie Kent I'm not sure if there was a post from someone in Glasgow (Jennifer S) asking for someone to holiday her cockatoo. She lives in Glasgow. I've looked, and can't find the post, but just in case.... she's sorted, thank you, has found somewhere for the bird to go now. Doddie
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04-06-2012 3:50 AM
1 Replies and 1600 Views Parrot sitting in Glasgow  1600  1 Started by  J & S Hi I'm Julie, I have four CAG's of my own. I live in Glasgow and can offer to look after your birdies while you're on your holidays/weekends away. I do have spare cages, so there is no need to provide your own unless you prefer to. I do have one stipulation though, because of some illnesses I would prefer to look after birdies that are healthy and vet checked etc as all of mine are vet checked, they've had full bloods done, I take my four to my Avian vets for regular health checks, so I would n...
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by  Ann ConwayJump to last post
31-05-2012 7:09 AM
1 Replies and 1154 Views Holiday home offer  1154  1 Started by  John Clarke Hello, I can offer a holiday home in Marlborough, Wiltshire. Room for up to 3 birds. Best regards John
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21-05-2012 4:39 PM
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