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I have two quakers one is a rescue. They both are very vocal , pretty much most of the day. I hope you have read up on the household dangeres like Teflon a d non stick pans pots, baking sheets ect, they kill birds, we had someone just a week or so ago whiost all their birds to the toxic fumes. Quakers are usually great at eating their veggies so I hope you are offering them. I am always recommending hot chili peppers on the forum for their high vitamin A content, so hopefully you offer those to Thor seeds and all. kansas gas service login Congratulations on your new guy! I know you will be careful with the cats , please be so diligent, we have members posting monthly about death if parrots to cats and dogs. I have dogs to abd have trained them to give space and respect , but I still never trust them completely. Birds are really unique creatures and your salavia as well as dig and cat salavia can be deadly to them. We have lots of great info and threads here, and I’m sure you have already been reading up You’ve gotten yourself a very smart like a four year old smart new fid!! Welcome to Parront hood and forgive my many typos! Ha dang phone to tired to fix or edit lol

I have two quakers one is a rescue. They both are very vocal , pretty much most of the day. I hope you have read up on the household dangeres like Teflon a d non stick pans pots, baking sheets ect, they kill birds, we had someone just a week or so ago whiost all their birds to the toxic fumes. Quakers are usually great at eating their veggies so I hope you are offering them. gas prices in texas 2015 I am always recommending hot chili peppers on the forum for their high vitamin A content, so hopefully you offer those to Thor seeds and all. Congratulations on your new guy! I know you will be careful with the cats , please be so diligent, we have members posting monthly about death if parrots to cats and dogs. I have dogs to abd have trained them to give space and respect , but I still never trust them completely. Birds are really unique creatures and your salavia as well as dig and cat salavia can be deadly to them. We have lots of great info and threads here, and I’m sure you have already been reading up You’ve gotten yourself a very smart like a four year old smart new fid!! Welcome to Parront hood and forgive my many typos! Ha dang phone to tired to fix or edit lolWe don’t use a lot of teflon, but like most household we do have it. hp electricity bill payment online I prefer using the cast irons pans myself.

I’m also leary about the cats and dogs. Of three dog, only one has shown interest but we have, and will continue to do so, been keeping a very close eye on them. The cats, we’ll they’re freaked right now, but that will change. I’m more worried about them than the dogs, though at night, and during the day, the living room, where the bird is is locked up to keep all the animals out.

I have two quakers one is a rescue. They both are very vocal , pretty much most of the day. I hope you have read up on the household dangeres like Teflon a d non stick pans pots, baking sheets ect, they kill birds, we had someone just a week or so ago whiost all their birds to the toxic fumes. Quakers are usually great at eating their veggies so I hope you are offering them. I am always recommending hot chili peppers on the forum for their high vitamin A content, so hopefully you offer those to Thor seeds and all. Congratulations on your new guy! I know you will be careful with the cats , please be so diligent, we have members posting monthly about death if parrots to cats and dogs. I have dogs to abd have trained them to give space and respect , but I still never trust them completely. Birds are really unique creatures and your salavia as well as dig and cat salavia can be deadly to them. We have lots of great info and threads here, and I’m sure you have already been reading up You’ve gotten yourself a very smart like a four year old smart new fid!! Welcome to Parront hood and forgive my many typos! Ha dang phone to tired to fix or edit lolWe don’t use a lot of teflon, but like most household we do have it. electricity and magnetism lecture notes I prefer using the cast irons pans myself.

I’m also leary about the cats and dogs. Of three dog, only one has shown interest but we have, and will continue to do so, been keeping a very close eye on them. The cats, we’ll they’re freaked right now, but that will change. I’m more worried about them than the dogs, though at night, and during the day, the living room, where the bird is is locked up to keep all the animals out.

As Laura already stated above, you just can’t. gas bijoux discount code It’s instantly fatal to birds, meaning that if they are anywhere inside of your house and cook with a pot or pan that has either a Teflon non-stick coating or a non-stick coating that contains any of the Fluorinated Compounds such as PFOA PTFE, etc. (usually the pots and pans that have a black-colored coating on the inside/bottom), and they reach the temperature at which they "off-gas" or release fumes from the coating, if you bird breathes in literally one little whiff of them he will die within minutes. And there is nothing at all you can do once it happens, he will be gone in minutes. There have been many people who have thought it was okay to place their birds behind a closed-door or on a different floor of the house from where they were cooking, and they have found their birds dead. We just had a long-time member lose all 3 of her birds at once within 5 minutes of her husband cooking a single egg in a Teflon frying pan.

I know it doesn’t seem like it would be that big a deal, but it absolutely is and even though, like you said, "most households have some Teflon", unfortunately households who have a pet bird cannot have ANY at all. So please dispose of any and all pots/pans and any other cookware or bakeware that contain Teflon or have a black-colored coating on them. Ceramic non-stick is usually the most common that people replace them with, along with cast-iron and stainless.