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Old 07-30-2016, 01:52 AM
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Hi Cameron, An Avian vet visit should include the checking of the birds droppings for any signs of Megabacteria, or parasites also the colour of the droppings can alert the vet to some types of diseases. Taking bloods can alert to other diseases that are carried and passed on also. Checking the breathing and nares for signs of respiratory distress or discharge.
Check the length of the beak, nails, trim if necessary.
Look for visible signs of tumours ,growths or feather damage, or loss.
Mites, weight, general well being and appearance should be noted as well.
Whilst there you may also discuss a good diet, and general tips for the care of your budgies.
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