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URGENT HELP NEEDED! Parrot care
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    Thread created on 02:36:10 - 18/09/22 (4 months ago)
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    Hello all. I have a 4 year old green cheek conure. Had her since a baby. Every winter it gets really cold in the U.K. and I usually leave the heating on all day. This year we’re expecting a cold winter but I wanted to do something different because I won’t be home as much. If there are any heat lamps out there safe for parrots ? I’m reading a lot of stuff online but can’t trust any sources. I want something reliable and safe for my parrot. (Yes she spends more than 5 hours a day outside of her cage and is very loved and well looked after).
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    Posted on 02:15:53 - 19/09/22 (4 months ago)
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    Larten_Crepsley [1569797]

    Hello all. I have a 4 year old green cheek conure. Had her since a baby. Every winter it gets really cold in the U.K. and I usually leave the heating on all day. This year we’re expecting a cold winter but I wanted to do something different because I won’t be home as much. If there are any heat lamps out there safe for parrots ? I’m reading a lot of stuff online but can’t trust any sources. I want something reliable and safe for my parrot. (Yes she spends more than 5 hours a day outside of her cage and is very loved and well looked after).
    Id probably put a bunch of blankets in a small tent if that worried
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