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I get a lot of visitors to this website who are searching for different types of birds.  You can see in the list below that someone arrived by searching for types of sparrows.  And yet again, someone was probably disappointed when they were searching for a Tyson vending machine and came upon my ridiculous post about the horror of selling meat from a vending machine.  This really teaches me that I would have a much wider audience if I included more random stuff and stopped talking about those boring birds!  But back to my point, checkout the result for 4.

I ask you, why is someone searching for “listerine for cockatiels”?  Does your bird have bad breath?  Do you want to make sure that his mouth has been disinfected?  I can give you this:

At least people aren’t coming here with search terms like “so I got this box in the mail filled with 80 body parts“…yet.

4 Responses to “Listerine for Cockatiels”

  1. Brittney says:

    Listerine for cockatiels I can explain, a common remedy for getting grease or oil of feathers is listerine and witch hazel mixed with water and sprayed on the bird a couple times a day. We had to do it to one of our tiels when I was a teenager becasue he landed in a sink full of turkey grease.

  2. NCMountainwoman says:

    I just love those little mistakes!

  3. Elizabeth says:

    Yay! The vet weighs in with an explanation. Thanks Brittney!

    NCMountainwoman, I have a lot of fun looking at my analytics.

  4. Now we have Dawn to get rid of pesky grease, whether from turkeys or errant oil wells!