Lost Mate

A place for us to talk about the loss of a pet, even if not a ringneck. A place to grief and receive information and support from our family. Memorialize your pet by posting a picture and sharing information about your baby.

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Shae B
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Lost Mate

Postby Shae B » Mon Oct 31, 2016 5:49 pm

My name is Shae and my 15 year old son is today grieving the tragic loss of his female ring neck. She was part of his breading pair. His male bird seems to be frantic, i don't think he knows she has died. What should i do to help the male bird? Do i show him the body so he can grieve or does he need a new friend to help with the loss. Please help!!!

AJPeter
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Re: Lost Mate

Postby AJPeter » Tue Dec 27, 2016 11:39 am

Sorry to hear of your loss and sorry l cannot help you with advice. Keep posting some one will answer soon.

sanjays mummi
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Re: Lost Mate

Postby sanjays mummi » Fri Jan 06, 2017 1:49 pm

We Always allowed our surviving pets to view the body of a deceased pet, it helps them accept. Wait awhile, you don't want your son to think pets are easily replaced, but yes, for the sake of your son and the male bird, get another one eventually.


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