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Last Post 12-05-2011 11:04 PM by  Paul Brooks
List of Herbs & the benefits for our feathered friends..
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Victoria Whitfield
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11-03-2011 2:04 PM
I like that plan Helen.

Can we get year end out of the way and then I'll PM you to see when looks good!! I'm all excited!!
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11-03-2011 2:11 PM
Certainly can - I have loads of work stuff to do for the end of the financial year too
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12-03-2011 5:03 AM

OMG i will have to clean the house AGAIN this year , Vicki i hope you realise that Auntie Helen spoils the flock and ALWAYS comes with bags of goodies for them LOLOLOL so now any visitors they expect them to bring them something and do NOT wear flimsy shoes or someone will attack your feet!!

 

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12-03-2011 8:09 AM
Now, tell the truth, Sidney, Charles and Tuppy will attack anyone's feet regardless. The need for 'sensible shoes' is so that you don't need a foot surgeon afterwards lol.

Oh, and I'm afraid I do have a bit of a bad habit of arriving with some sort of treats, even if it is only forage boxes of paper and cardboard. Charles can't wait till the bags are brought in from the hall before unpacking them!!
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01-05-2011 10:39 AM

 Awesome list and info, Shaz, thank you.  How ever did you learn this stuff?

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12-05-2011 5:04 AM
Shaz can you help me find milk thistle i looked all over the place all i can find is the stuff with alcohol in or tablets would like to get it off the internet ????
I may be mad but i am happy xxx
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12-05-2011 5:18 AM
Spookily enough, Laura told me just yesterday about milkthistle and recommended Holland and Barrett to get it. Found some here, maybe this can help you?

http://www.hollandandbarrett.com/pages/categories.asp?cid=35&searchterm=milk%20thistle&rdcnt=1
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12-05-2011 8:27 AM
Natures Answer products are the best.. guaranteed holistically balanced and alcohol free

http://www.thinknatural.com/products/112108/Natures-Answer-Alcohol-Free-Milk-Thistle-Drops-30ml.htm
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12-05-2011 12:15 PM
Hi Shaz how many drops would use for Ammie please

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12-05-2011 1:40 PM

 Should have done this before  Hopeless me 

As a detox/.... 

OK.. Budgie size up to conure (ish)  1 to 4 drops per day in water.

Ammy, Greys, LSC size 4 to 6 drops daily

MSC/ U2/ macaw size 6 to 9 drops daily 

To be given for 5 to 6 weeks 

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12-05-2011 11:04 PM
Thank you

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