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Discussion in 'Incubating & Hatching Eggs' started by AmyLynn2374, May 8, 2015.
I did not read the whole post....how sad.
Good for you
Now that's just cruel.
Holy cow!!!! It really did!!!! Lol!
That is too funny - yes, I had to click too - and now I have an earworm......
Much better! I can only handle so much death and destruction at one time. (Gloating over watching something drown makes me ill.)
You go girl!! Nice to be able to pass it on once in a while.
Quote:Not when she took out half their chickens
Sorry, I'll stop. I took that a little too far...
Okay all I just started a thread where my sweet little blue was attacked by my stupid lab. She pulled feathers from what I can see but no other injuries. He does however have air underneath his skin. Can anyone offer any advise for me or help me out in any way? Thank you in advance. He is sleeping in my lap right now and looks all fluffed out.
X 2. Death should be quick, clean and humane whenever possible.
Rest, warmth, sips of electrolytes with a bit of sugar in it. Hard to tell if there are internal injuries - but rest right now is the best. The subcutaneous air will probably go down on it's own, but watch for it getting worse. Does it change size when he breathes or is it near the neck/chest?