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"I just rescued 2 Budgies, and they seem young. One is male and one female. The male budgie has an extended beak, and I am concerned with that being a fatty liver as I read about online. I am looking for a vet that deals with birds, but it is not working too well. His beak is not too long where he can't eat, and I have added things in the cage to help him whittle it down. Can I cut his beak as I have read about online or should I wait and have a vet do it? They are really skittish still, but I have been working with them everyday. They do not like any fresh food at all! I keep trying and love all of your suggestions and ideas. Thank you!!!!"
"Anny Moctezuma"


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