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Mon, Jun 10, 2024
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Dr. Brown
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It sounds like you have a young African Grey Parrot, which is wonderful! Since your main concern has been ongoing for three days but has now resolved, it would be helpful to understand more about what you observed during that time.

African Grey Parrots are incredibly intelligent and sensitive creatures, so even subtle changes in their behavior or health can be significant. Common issues for young parrots can include dietary problems, feather plucking, or changes in their vocalization.

Could you provide more details about any unusual behavior or symptoms you noticed? For instance, were there changes in your parrot's eating habits, droppings, feather condition, or vocalization? Sharing these specifics will help us offer more targeted advice.

If you have any further questions or need additional assistance, please don't hesitate to ask. Thank you!