I was recently at the doctor for an ear infection. I had not seen that doctor for almost ten years. When my visit was over, I got off the examining table and when I fully stood up, it caught my doctor's attention. He was very surprised by how tall I was given my age. He said that he was 5'9 and then I was noticeably taller around 5'10 or 5'11. At the point, he told me I would stop getting taller around the age of 19.
Is that possible?
I also wear a 13 in shoe size.
How tall do you think I will be?
Thanks.4 AnswersMen's Health3 months ago
I am about to purchase a cockatiel from either of these companies and I am inquiring as to whether or not I should by one from these places. My previous cockatiel from Pet-Smart was very aggressive. She hissed and bit every time my hand came near. Apparently the associate that I spoke to in the store said the bird was kind but hand shy. She said all the bird needed was some training and attention. Later come to find, the cockatiel used to charge at the care taker when being fed and was returned once before.
Do birds have different personalities and could that explain why mine previous one was so bad or is it the result of the care Pet-Smart provided? Should I look for a better one from either places?
I got a cockatiel recently, (2 days ago), from Pet-Smart. She had been there for five months and was then adopted by a family and placed with other birds for two weeks before taking her back. She didn't fare to well with the others birds though as she just wasn't used to it. She was brought back and was there for a month before I purchased her. I am wondering though too, could she have been abused or mistreated to be some timid and afraid and if so, how can I train her and get her to feel comfortable with me?
I got a cockatiel from Pet-Smart who had been there for a total of 6 months. After her first 5 months, she was adopted by a family who already had birds and placed the cockatiel with the others. After two weeks they returned her and has been there a month since. I believe she had very bad experiences with those people as she is now very timid and afraid of my hand. Yesterday though, I made progress by getting her to fly out of her cage. I brought her over to sit by me and I fed her some millet. She enjoyed it very much. Afterwards, I began feeding her from my hand. At first she was a bit weirded out and afraid. As soon as she saw the seeds, she began to go through them.
Am I making good training progress, and what do you think is the cause of her fear?
I got a cockatiel yesterday and I began today by talking to her and giving her treats. She doesn't seem to like the treats but does like attention. If she wants it, she'll chirp and move closer to me. She won't let me put my hand anywhere near her or else she she will starting hissing and trying to bite. She is a sweet bird, just not used to human hands though...
What should I do?4 AnswersBirds3 months ago
So, my cousin just gave me one of her Lovebirds. I did some research and found out that lovebirds do not fare to well alone and should have a companion. Where I live in AZ, there are a lot of lovebirds out in the wild. I figured if I got a lovebird, I may as well go out and purchase another bird to keep him company. Since a parakeet is a very beautiful yet cheaply priced bird. My lovebird is fairly young and I wanted to know if a parakeet can be raised aside my lovebird. What do you guys think?
I wear a size 12 or 12 1/2. Everyone makes strange comments especially my family. My brother literally call me big foot and my dad as well as others (Aunts and Uncles) will point this out and make comments about me being tall like all my family.
I am only 5'9 or 5'9 1/2. Does that mean I'll be tall?2 AnswersMen's Health4 months ago
I have been wondering as to when I will have a growth spurt. I am a 14 year old male, I wear a size 12, and I am 5'9. My predicted height is somewhere between 6'2 and 6'4. I come from a relatively tall family.
Please provide a proper answer, and no sarcasm.