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Mutations and Genetics Learn about budgie genetics and the wide variety of mutations.

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Old 10-09-2011, 04:46 AM
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If you take a picture of closed wing, you will only see Spangle.

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Thats good, because I was told she was spangle and then when I saw the little bit of colour I started to get confused from what I had read once before. thankyou.

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Old 10-09-2011, 04:58 AM
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Not being rude or anything but is that your dog lying on the floor? You can see it in the first photo (the white furry creature). Wow, be careful with having a dog in the room! If Violet slipped out of your hands the dog could have went for her in just one quick move! I've heard of stories where bird owners thought their dog was completely trustworthy and had a great bond with their bird, next minute the poor little soul is gone.
This is just a word of caution, sorry if it's not a dog and I'm mistaken though.
Yes, that is one of our dogs. Violet and the dogs haven't bonded at all.... due the dogs being those with no instinct or curiosity and finding any budgie or other bird completely scary! At first I used to hold Violet close to them in my hands ( very securely of course) without them initially seeing her, and when they finally did, they would run away and hide. So now whenever Violet is sitting on a chair or if she is on the floor for some unknown reason, if the dogs see her, they will run in the opposite direction. Every family member is still very wary but we are very sure that our dogs would rather run off a cliff than come into contact with one of our budgies. (Maybe due to the fact that we used to have a small bird that would fly around the house and peck them... hehe) But thankyou, I will be cautious because I don't know what I'd do if Violet left me at such a young age.
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