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When I alerted my vet to this, because Cockatoo group Christmas sweatshirt one of my birds had started self-mutilating and another had stripped all the feathers off her body in response to the fracking earthquakes we are getting in Oklahoma, he was enthusiastic, because Jenkins is an old friend of his. Haloperidol had been tried before, but at a standard dose for all birds (which was too high) and had been abandoned until now. This takes a lot of tinkering with the dose. But when you manage to zero in on exactly the right dose for each bird, it’s nearly miraculous. The birds are clearly much happier for it.
‘Mob’ is not an Aboriginal word. It is an Cockatoo group Christmas sweatshirt old English word that has its origins in Latin, meaning an excited or moved crowd. In Australian slang, it is derived from the cocky or stockman’s term for a herd of cattle or sheep, the mob, meaning an excited or moving group (usually large in number) of animals. It can also refer to kangaroos, emus, parrots, cockatoos or any large number of animals or even groups of people. A lot of Aboriginals were ‘employed’ in the earlier days of white settlement as stockmen on large cattle and/or sheep stations that were on their country. The word ‘mob’ was easy for both the black and the white community to agree on its meaning, so it has become part of the pidgin used for communication between the different groups. In some places, this pidgin has evolved into a form of creole that some groups of Aboriginals use as a primary or secondary language amongst themselves. ‘Mob’ as used in the Aboriginal sense generally means tribe or family group, although it can have a much broader or narrower meaning sometimes.