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lovebird

name often applied to the budgerigar (melopsittacus undulatus), but more correctly to Agapornis spp.

lovebird eye disease
a severe, often fatal disease of Agapornis spp., characterized by ocular discharge, blepharitis, depression and weight loss. The cause is unknown.
lovebird pox
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In 2 lovebird cases, tissues were submitted for polymerase chain reaction (PCR) analysis for Cryptosporidium.
I am very pleased that you have chosen lovebirds as pets.
Lovebird Billy, who was taken to Broad Lane Veterinary Surgery after being found injured in the street, and (right) vet Richard Webb, who helped the animal recover Picture: Mark Radford MR200508BIRD4; MR200508BIRD3
The lovebird, dubbed " Costa, is now under the wing of the Scottish SPCA.
Key words: mast cell, mastocytosis, neoplasia, self-mutilation, avian, psittacine bird, lovebird, Agapornis personata
PRETTY POLLY: Nurse Tina Wright from Warbreck Vets with the lonely lovebird.
Mumbai: Bollywood's most talked-about couple, Abhishek and Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, have been approached by an animal rights group to raise awareness of the plight of lovebirds held captive in cages.
In the video to Lovebird, co-written by Bonnie McKee, the woman behind Britney Spears, Leona is seen clambering out of a giant metal birdcage.
Amazingly, two days later, a second lovebird was handed in - and romance blossomed.
We have a good record of breeding this rare species at DZG and have sent lovebirds to other wildlife parks in the past to start new colllections.
At Air Jamaica we strive to provide not only the best service to the Caribbean, but to bring our legendary Lovebird hospitality to every aspect of our services, including our frequent flyer program.
They could also order the animal equivalent of an ASBO to silence the lovebird.