My bird is very happy with her new collar. She took to it very well. I am very pleased with the quality. Thank you for all you do for us bird lovers.
My M2 has destroyed so many feather protectors. I've spent so much money. This is the first time in 4 years he has all his feathers back. It's so good to see him looking great!
Those collars work very good and I have a plastic one under that one. He really started to pluck when Covid came because I was nervous and T.C. Picked up on that so then it became a habit.
My 'Conure' named herself 'BB' & will be (9 yrs in Feb). Periodically throughout her life she had the usual 'molting' & 'hormonal' reaction. She only 'preens' as good maintenance, never extreme.
Just started using this product. To soon to tell.
His feathers are growing back
Lola, my bird, had started plucking over a year ago. I tried everything from changing her cage environment all the way up to expensive vet bills. In my research, I came across your collar and ordered it.
Reeko is 23 yrs He started plucking when I took to vet and found out he had metal poisoning and he got treatments for this for 10 days and total of $1500 dollars, which I had to borrow. I am senior and live on S/S . he looks very shaby.
I previously got Red Palm oil from our avian vet but supply issues. I tried the Unruffled Rx and so happy that Buddy likes it. His appetite has improved, less itching (was constant) and a bit less dander.
The pattern was easy to use and the instructions clear and easy to follow! I got the small but I had to alter it a lot to fit my Caique parrot, I made the neck opening slightly larger and I made the collar so it fanned out only half the size of the pattern. My parrot couldn’t walk without tripping over it at the normal size.
He loves the hemp seeds! Climbed into the bigger birds bowl to eat them! My birds favorite treat is the hemp seeds.
Timmy had an injury that required stitches across his tail underside (4.5 to 5 years ago). The stitches caused problems with the quill routes, per vet. Since then he has had a lot of pain with tail feathers coming in too many at once. He bites his tail feathers; if it's a blood feather I have to pull it.
I had my consult with Diane Burroughs yesterday. She is a great lady!!! I was a little worried that since she’s been doing this for over 30 years, she would just have a cookie cutter spiel but we had a really good conversation and she really listened to me!!
He still tries to pluck but isn’t always successful until a months after the west and tear. I order again when that is the case, but he’s grown back all of his red feathers and he chest feathers. 🥰
Love this. I had bought an XL for my Moluccan but I believe large would be even better - at least for mine cause he’s a neck mutilator.
My feathered friend wasn’t plucking but he was picking at his feet and turned them into a mess. He received the cone of shame at the emergency room. After that I began looking for better alternatives. Boy am I glad and so is he, that we found you.
He's only worn it a day & a half, but so far, so good. I bought this last week, and yesterday I noticed the price has almost TRIPLED!! 😟 Glad I purchased b4 THAT happened!!!
My birds don't actually pluck, but my young male cockatiel is about to go through his first adult molt. He was also scratching a lot. So I've added the red palm oil to his diet. I usually add a few drops to his mashed sweet potato or other soft food I am feeding.
Compared to the other collars I was using, this collar provides more comfort and ease of moving for my green cheek Conure. She still doesn’t like it, and has chewed it up quite a bit but it is definitely a collar I will purchase again.
Thank goodness I bought 2 Aloe Vera mist. I already went thru one. My parrots got scared when I used the mist because of the container so transferred to another and now they think is water. They are to smart. What I noticed the most is that after a few days they stopped scratching.