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Colorado Green Cheek Conure Breeder & Crimson Bellied Conure Breeder

Squeaky Cheeks Aviary

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Updated 10.26.2019

Celebrating 36 years of breeding
parrots in Denver Colorado!

Wait List is closed until I get more eggs.

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Adoption Process

Thank you for your interest in adopting from me! There are a few simple steps to get you started in your adoption process. They are as follows: 

Prices are marked on the Prices page for your convenience. Babies are ready for their new homes at 9-14 weeks old on Conures. Depending on when they wean. I keep them for a week after they wean to be sure they are eating very well before they leave here.

  1. Contact me! Tell me about yourself and why you would like a new family pet.
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  3. Once I have granted adoption approval and you have decided which baby you want you can send me the nonrefundable deposit of $200 to be placed on the wait list. After your baby is 3-4 weeks old which is when feathers begin to open and I can see color is when I will contact you to pick a baby from all of the pictures I have posted on my site. You can then pay the deposit via PayPal.  The remainder is to be paid before you take the baby home. Again Via PayPal.
  4.  I will continuously update pictures and the status of babies especially on Facebook. I have 2 pages on FB for that link 1& link 2. I will also post a few pictures on my website. Just click on the Nursery and then on the baby's individual page.
  5. Once the baby is weaned you can pick it up! I do not hold them for longer than that.
  6. We hope you enjoy your baby as much as we do! Please contact me within 3-4 days with an update so that I know your baby is eating and drinking. This last step is very important to do!
  7. Your baby will not eat in front of you for the 1st 2-3 days more than likely.  Making you think he's not eating at all, even though he is. Right now he's afraid so he's not feeling comfortable enough to do that. Also for the first 2 weeks at least he will sit very still in the cage and not move around a lot. It will probably sit on the bottom of the cage during this time. So please get used to these things as it's very normal during transition time. This is why I ask that you do not take your bird out or mess with them for the first 2 days at home. He/she needs time to adjust!

Please remember that I am here for you throughout your birds entire life. So anytime you need me please let me know. I am always ready to help!!!