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Here's a pic of Junior, my new playmate for Harry. Unfortunately he has clipped wings. He still has baby bars so I'm guessing he hasn't had his first molt? I'm hoping this is the case so he can get some new flight feathers sooner than waiting for a second molt. Good thing he can climb a ladder cuz he sometimes moves too quick and ends up down on the floor. Poor guy. Is there any food supplement that will help with a healthy molt when it finally comes?
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Junior is a pretty bird. It will take a few months for all those clipped feathers to fall out and new ones to come in , they should not all fall out during his baby molt. If he is eating a good diet and he is getting enough of all essential nutrients he may not need any supplements. I have a canary that was dropping too many feathers and the vet had me give him this product in this link https://www.nekton.de/en/product-rea...iotin-140.html this company makes a large line of vitamins for different issues and you should be able to buy them online.
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