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Determining Gender Having trouble figuring out if your budgie is a male or female? Ask here!
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Unhappy budgies in pair yes or no

I have a new parrot names Goody.He s unbealeavable smart for their 2 weeks while he is here at his new home.He is from pet store...There have a female and male budgie ,he is very young male-around 4 months.Females i never have-budgies,only one pretty agresive love bird female,and one female finch which died on her third nest with broke egg.I heared that budgies is very easy to nest his eggs,but i dont have some nest and big cage if it s nessesery for two if i have?Ecctualy- i neded profesionaly opinion yes or no companion for him what female,age,ecctualy months,and in which rules?I very love birds ,perrots is very nice and hope to give me a good advices to get together one small bird family.Links me please which is things which i need to buy for pair budgies or to read.And also how much time he must to celebrate here alone to get friend.And how to bring about new and ussualy how to take care about female?

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You would be better off to get your new budgie a male friend to keep him company. Two males can become best buddies and you don't have to worry about discouraging breeding which you are not prepared for at this point in time.

Anytime you bring a new bird into your home, please be sure to observe quarantine.

Quarantine means housing your new bird in a different cage in a different room as far away as possible from the room where your current bird(s) are housed for a period of 30-45 days.
Budgies mask symptoms when they are ill. Symptoms may not show up for over two weeks.
Often you will not even realize your bird is not well. Many budgie illnesses are airborne which is why you need to quarantine your new bird in a completely different room.
Why Quarantine?

It is also a good idea to always take a new budgie in to see an Avian Vet for a "well-birdie" check-up. This allows you to develop a good relationship with the vet and the vet can establish a baseline for your bird in case of any future illnesses or injuries.

Distinction between an Avian Vet and a Vet that "Will See Birds"

Budgies need to be caged separately from parrots, lovebirds, etc.
They are small birds that can be easily injured.


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I would suggest you spend at least a year learning about your budgie(s) and how to best care for them before beginning your research into the proper conditioning, and preparations necessary for breeding.
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Hi again!

You did have a female budgie only briefly, she had health problems, possibly Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease: https://talkbudgies.com/determining-g...ie-please.html

Since you are relatively new to budgies, it's best that you become more familiar with the species and to spend time in getting to know Goody and to form a solid, trusting bond him.
Depending on personality, solo budgies make excellent pets and they are perfectly happy in being kept as single pets.

At this point in time, it's not wise to be thinking of getting Goody a female companion for them to breed and raise a family.
A deep knowledge of the species, real life experience in budgie ownership combined with the necessary research into the subject are needed in order to be better equipped and prepared for the commitment and responsibility which is breeding and raising pet birds.

Please read the following links:

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-gene...en-flocks.html

https://talkbudgies.com/budgie-breedi...s-new-old.html

You can also take your time in reading the Articles and various sticky threads located at the top part of each section of Talk Budgies, by doing so you will learn a great deal on general bird care and you will have the foundations to provide your budgie everything he needs to be happy and healthy.
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Aluz,
,,You did have a female budgie only briefly, she had health problems, possibly Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease: Gender of little budgie,please!?''
I know what sicking problems Julia have.It was terrible for me.I m not now sure that its you in right that you sad on english translation names of its illnes but probably you in right,i will say you later when i be sure,must on latin again to read.its about beak and feather and its terrible virus ,comming throgh air also.So it s difficult if you have near or after a birds.
For Little Goody I will think,because of his smartests and talks ocuppation,maybe he will not be bored.he look at already me when fly and want to stand , through room even he almost dont know me truly,very simpathic.
thanks Aluz And Faery bee for support in my thinking!
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I think it is very wise of you to decide not to get a companion for Goody at this time.

If, in about 6 months or so you think he needs a same-species friend, then you can consider getting him a little male buddy.

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You're very welcome!
For all the information and tips on how to form a strong and solid bond with Goody, you can check the stickies in this section: Taming and Bonding - Talk Budgies Forums

Best of luck with Goody!
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You're very welcome!
For all the information and tips on how to form a strong and solid bond with Goody, you can check the stickies in this section: Taming and Bonding - Talk Budgies Forums

Best of luck with Goody!
Thank you very much,you are good friend,needed to my budgie and me .

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I think it is very wise of you to decide not to get a companion for Goody at this time.

If, in about 6 months or so you think he needs a same-species friend, then you can consider getting him a little male buddy.

Best wishes!
Please,are you sure in that Faery Bee?For now ,his early baby months he will be sure alone.Maybe I would later wish a one friend because they are real adorable of course if then is no problem about two guys in cage?if can somebody can get me opinion about that situation let be free to get me advice.For the Dobrica(Goody)is now not nessesery to get friend ,he is absolutly unbealeavable!Like some little human...I adore him.Thanks for answer.

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Aluz,You did have a female budgie only briefly, she had health problems, possibly Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease: Gender of little budgie,please!?
Yes.I think thats it.its realy dangerous.is there some threat about that illness?now i have only Good{-y}=Dobri{-ca}.little male.she-July, was my only female ,aldought my white or albino budgies which i have a long time ago and doesnt know gender,i was think at this time thet thay are females but never lies eggs.
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Aluz,You did have a female budgie only briefly, she had health problems, possibly Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease: Gender of little budgie,please!?
Yes.I think thats it.its realy dangerous.is there some threat about that illness?now i have only Good{-y}=Dobri{-ca}.little male.she-July, was my only female ,aldought my white or albino budgies which i have a long time ago and doesnt know gender,i was think at this time thet thay are females but never lies eggs.
If you have taken all the precautions on disinfecting everything after Julia was rehomed, then Goody should be safe from harm.

FaeryBee has given you sound advice. If you are able to spend quality time and give daily attention to Goody and he is happy and responds well to the interactions you have with him, then you can hold off on getting him budgie friend.

It's best to take a couple of months at least to get to know Goody's personality and to see if he is happy by being a solo budgie or not.
By then you will be in a better position to make a choice that will benefit Goody in terms of his overall happiness.

If later on you decide that it's in Goody's best interests to get him a same species friend, then you can get him a male budgie for him to be friends with.
Budgie boys are able to form good bonds and this way you won't have to worry about unwanted breeding behaviour and eggs.

If you haven't done so already, be sure to read the links previously given on the posts above.
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Goody is now safe.He is for now happy alone but he is new and i dont know to be honest my possibility to take another birdie.Because of his greate character everything which is realy in the future can be realise.Thanks for good advices both of you-Aluz and FaeryBee!
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