Nanday Conure Forum
Message #6115. This is a followup to #6114.
|Date:||Tuesday May 1, 2007 5:56:03 pm MDT|
|Subject:||Re: transporting a nanday|
|Message:||Jen, not sure if it is the smartest way, but when I brought Jack home 2 months ago I couldn't handle him so I put the whole cage in the car, half covered it, belted it in and talked and sang to him for the 2 hour drive. We both made it and I think he got used to my voice during the trip. Good luck--and you are right, the people on this board are very knowledgeable and helpful! Lisa M.
> Hi there,
> I just found this message board and you guys are awesome. I've been
> doing a lot of research but I've already found so much helpful
> information here.
> I'm going to be picking up a Nanday this weekend, and it's going to
> be about a 3 1/2 to 4 hour drive home with him. I have a bird carrier
> and I'm picking him up with his cage too (we're also stopping in a
> nearby town for a larger cage I'm buying off craigslist). I know it's
> probably safer to transport him in the carrier, but his owner has not
> ever had his wings clipped and I won't be able to get it done by our
> vet until after the weekend. Do you think it would be smarter to just
> leave him in the cage until I can get him in to get his wings clipped,
> or should I go the pet carrier route? Thanks in advance for all of
> your help guys.
> PS...can anyone recommend a good product to clean and disinfect the
> cage I'm buying? Thanks!
Previous   |   Next   message in this thread
Previous thread   |   Next thread
Previous   |   Next   message by date
Register or Login (optional)
Help | Message index | Search