Yeah all the avian vets tend to be down the central belt area it’s a real shame. Our local vet will happily see him Becuase she deals with the local falconry but I’m hoping he never has to go back if anything major was wrong I’d drive him down to Falkirk area. We did have a massive corner cage too but the trouble was I could reach the top and max knew this and would run to the back so I couldn’t get him. He only ever used the top half of the cage too no matter what we put lower down. He was only in that cage for just over a month then we purchased a Santos cage which is perfect sizing for him I think, it’s not too big that space gets un-used but not too small either.Also I can reach the play stand in the top no problem so he can’t be king of the castle and get away from meI lived in Scotland until recently and avian vet's are practically non- existent, yes Falkirk is the only one, people travel from Sky to see them but it is difficult. I have a grey and he does not like me, prefers my husband but he is rarely here so we have reached, after 4 years and understanding. I chat and spoil him with treats, otherwise he does as he wishes. When in Scotland he had a huge cage in the corner of the room, an indoor aviary really which was 'home made', he had no problem going back in, now he rarely goes in his little cage, only for feeding but I now have a parrot room for him and 3 others.
Why since I moved down to England have many Scottish members joined?