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Determining Gender Having trouble figuring out if your budgie is a male or female? Ask here!

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Old 04-09-2019, 10:47 AM
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Here is Toby today

P.S. Is it normal for budgie to have this white spots on its beak, because they disappear when I put Olive oil on his beak, and reapear shortly after?





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I just put one more drop of Ivermectin after 14 days, and put some Olive oil on his beak and cere:

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I think itís dry in his room


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The white specks may be areas that were damaged by the scaly mites. As the beak grows out, those areas will disappear.

Be very careful when you put olive oil on Toby's beak and cere that you don't get any into his nares.

After the ivermectin treatment you did today, you should not do any more.

Toby is looking good now.

Be sure you do a very deep clean of his cage, toys, perches, food and water dishes and all areas he frequents to ensure any residual mites have been eradicated.

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I agree with FaeryBee, he looks much better! His beak will go back to normal as it grows out the damage from the mites, as she mentioned
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