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Date Posted: 07:55:28 01/25/08 Fri
Author: Izhar
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Subject: Re: How can I introduce them steadily?
In reply to: Jade 's message, "Re: How can I introduce them steadily?" on 03:29:22 01/25/08 Fri

I had a similar situation with a new quail. I solved the problem by introducing the male only first. Generally if you have two females with on male they will not cause many problems. If they are still pecking penny I would suggest that you put penny in a separate cage next to them. Pecking strangers is quite common so I wouldn't worry it too much if the pecks aren't causing any injuries to Penny.

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