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Old 06-21-2016, 10:13 AM
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My male budgie Dobrica gets a new big cage,it s for two.Other birdie will be separete for first time.I plan to get female.Until next mondey,whats yours opinion.Hurry for answers.Every advice is good for start.I m begginer ,but just wish to try a pair.Please,easy opinions for advices.

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Old 06-21-2016, 10:29 AM
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Due to the fact that you are new to budgies and that you had troubles in the past with the female budgie you had to rehome and the finch you had which passed away due to an egg binding problem, it's not advisable for you to get a female companion for your Dobrica because if the necessary precautions aren't met, you can end up with eggs or another situation where your female budgie's life will be at risk.

We have talked about this many times already, and the best advice if you truly want to get Dobrica a friend is to get him a male budgie.

By doing so, you won't have to worry about eggs, unwanted breeding and all the complications that can arise from it.
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Old 06-21-2016, 10:52 AM
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hi yellowgreen!

due to the fact that you are new to budgies and that you had troubles in the past with the female budgie you had to rehome and the finch you had which passed away due to an egg bound problem, it's not advisable for you to get a female companion for your dobrica because if the necessary precautions aren't met, you can end up with eggs or another situation where your female budgie's life will be at risk.

We have talked about this many times already, and the best advice if you truly want to get dobrica a friend is to get him a male budgie.

By doing so, you won't have to worry about eggs, unwanted breeding and all the complications that can arise from it.
quicklu,understand ,ultimate,male friend ,yes.
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I completely agree with Aluz, Anna A cute little male friend for Dobrica would be great!

Remember that young males have pink or purple ceres with no hint of white, and you'll be good
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I just want to point out that if you do get a friend for Dobrica, (and, I agree if you do it should only be a MALE)
you still need to be aware that after quarantine it may be necessary to house the two budgies separately if it turns out they do not get along. It is important you understand and accept this fact and have both the means, financially, space wise and emotionally to handle that situation should it arise.
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Im a bit concerned here. The contagious disease your other bird had that affected the beak and feathers was this pbfd? Psittacine beak and feather disease?

If so this disease can stay in the environment a long time even with frequent disinfection.

You need to do swabs of the environment and ensure it is not present before you think of adding more birds. You also need go test your current birds by blood to ensure they are not carriers of it.
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Im a bit concerned here. The contagious disease your other bird had that affected the beak and feathers was this pbfd? Psittacine beak and feather disease?

If so this disease can stay in the environment a long time even with frequent disinfection.

You need to do swabs of the environment and ensure it is not present before you think of adding more birds. You also need go test your current birds by blood to ensure they are not carriers of it.
My female young chick i get from friend on market on my own risk and she already was sick probably,before new male Dobrica we clean house completly and he is from famous farm of animals in here.sorry for bad knowledge of english speaker i will read your message again and answer if want,so accepting opinions,please exceuse me all friends,now for few days we having trouble with mine pc/s and lap tops also,but getting be free to conntact me.I would also decide to quarantine a young male in pastel color try to be white whit maybe yellow or bly to be sure that s male or adorable users lutin male which is yellow whith pink ceres he has ino yellow ,love to see on its theme...Best wishes.good buy.
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I said ...,,hat s male or adorable users lutin male which is yellow whith pink ceres he has ino yellow ,love to see on its theme...Best wishes.good buy.,,...
But i can find this user with post of gender of his male yellow birdie,PLEASE give me a pic a male ino yellow budgie like on yellow with white mustashes in avatar on this site today,with pink cere,if is possible,anyone.
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Here are pictures of what a male lutino budgie would look like.
The only difference is that the lutino's eyes would have a reddish tint to them.




I hope you will be able to find a male lutino since that seems to be what you most want.

Best Wishes!
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Here are pictures of what a male lutino budgie would look like.
The only difference is that the lutino's eyes would have a reddish tint to them.




I hope you will be able to find a male lutino since that seems to be what you most want.

Best Wishes!
I m very glad because of this answer,nice to meet you.
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