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xx Welcome! FAQ
« Thread started on: Sep 18th, 2006, 12:08pm »

Welcome to all visitors and to those from other groups who have come here looking for information through the links or articles provided (for our international guests and in particular those from Nederland and belgium I have a set up a forum for dutch language articles...please note there is a restriction on this site from the host on posting only in the english language however):
http://dlhunicorn.conforums.com/index.cgi?board=linksgeneralinfo&action=display&num=1169213092&start=0#1169213092)
(I speak the dutch language and you can always drop me a private message if you need help)
... registered members of this board have a message box (to access/send messages click on the members icon at the top of the page and the member you wish to send a message to...notification of your own messages are at the top right-hand side>click to gain access).

We are working hard to get the information / links
categorized so that it will be easy to find. In each category there will be a forum to post comments or questions or discuss the information in that category.

One great feature here is the PRINT option located upper right of the thread. (In my experience, many of the links to university information and some other professional sites is that they (the URL) are transitory so if you find something you like PRINT IT OUT or save to your computer in a word document/copy onto CD/DVD) and please report any non-working links.

Your comments and suggestions are welcome and looked forward to. If you would like to share a link or information you feel is noteworthy or contribute photos then please share this with us in the appropriate disscussion forum in the relevant category or else post it here in General. For any problems just leave me a message in my inbox here or send me an email (just clik on my name here to the left)...I promise to get back with you ASAP! Thanks!!!

GENERAL DISCLAIMER: Information given on this site is for informational dispersal only. It is NOT our intention to replace the advice of a veterinarian which you are advised to seek for any and all medical problems. ANY AND ALL information on medical treatments INCLUDING MEDICINES are purely given in the spirit of International information dispersal and you are advised and warned that the laws regarding usage of these vary from country to country. Usage of any information on this site is AT YOUR OWN RISK AND RESPONSIBILITY.

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« Reply #1 on: Jul 13th, 2007, 9:03pm »

You have obviously taken a huge amount of time and effort setting this site up .... it looks fantastic

Congratulations
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« Reply #2 on: Apr 7th, 2009, 10:54am »

Can anyone tell me if horse radish is toxic to parrots?
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« Reply #3 on: Sep 1st, 2009, 11:04pm »

This is a great site, well done for all that work and dedication.
I have a 7 month old frizzel/silkie cross who has damaged the main nerve in one leg and is now lame. The leg is warm but has no feeling it in and she can't bear any weight on it, so can't get around other than by flapping. I don't want to have to have her put down....does anyone have any suggestions at all cry
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« Reply #4 on: Dec 9th, 2009, 07:15am »

If you look in the category Diseases you will find a thread on leg problems.
Without more information i could not possibly even guess as there are so very many things that can cause lameness in chickens.
I assume you have the bird separated from the rest?
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