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Brandon,

The kindest and most responsible thing you can do for the new cockatiel is take it to an Avian Vet and have it properly checked and diagnosed.

The poor bird has already been through a great deal and you've had it for less than a day.

If you want the bird to be healthy and happy, then you should find the money to have the bird totally checked out by an Avian Vet. Any health issues regarding the bird should be addressed with the vet at that time, and a full wellness exam needs to be performed.

Please begin doing some research on-line yourself with regard to the proper care of cockatiels.

Check your local library for books on their history and how to care for them. If you find one that is really good and has the information you need, add it to your Christmas "Wish List".
 

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I'm very pleased to hear you are taking him to the Avian Vet for a check-up! :thumbsup:

The fact that you are doing so indicates you want to ensure his health and happiness. :)

Please let us know how he's doing after his appointment.
 
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