Agreed, they said they have tried to repair them before with no luck, so they recommended amputation instead. The amputation itself would be $300, the additional $200 is for hospitalization and meds. Either way, that's way too much to leave him without a beak. Thanks for the threads. I will read them over, and hopefully come up with a plan. I will update with the outcome. Thanks again!
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If you decide to try to glue it into place I would consider some type of hard "support" such as a small piece of metal or plastic glued on the outside. It likely won't last for long but it may be like a torn fingernail that bleeds, if it can be repaired short term the flesh heals underneath so it doesn't hurt when the nail comes off.
Edited by Sonya9 - 11/6/15 at 1:11pm