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Old 02-05-2017, 12:21 PM
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Hi guys and girls,

One of my budgies is 2 years old and sometimes his poop is transparent, it looks like normal water. It is liquid but transparent. He is very energetic.

We went to vet but still we had nothing about this transparent poop. It seems that he is healthy, but still I am curious about cause of this.

If you have an opinion, please tell me. Thank you in advance.

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What did the vet say about the poop?
Was it an avian vet you visited?
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It may not be poop you are seeing, budgies can also sometimes just pass urine.
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What did the vet say about the poop?
Was it an avian vet you visited?
No he was not an avian vet. It is very hard to find avian vet in Turkey

He checked his normal poop and said it is ok. He analyzed it in lab then said no bacteria. But still, some of his poops is like water. He poop normal usually but I am still confused. Because I have 4 budgies but only this one poop like water.

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You mention your budgie is 2 years old, but did you just get him recently? Sometimes during stress, which could be caused by moving to a new location, it can cause looser or watery poop.

Even if he's not new, I'm glad you got the poop sample analyzed from the vet. In any case, you can try using 1 teaspoon per 8 ounces ACV (apple cider vinegar) in the drinking water. Can you get that where you live? That usually works well to clear up any minor digestive upsets.
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Sometimes a bird will pass just clear liquid (urine) rather than poop with formed feces and urates.
This is called polyurea and can be caused by different factors.

If polyurea occurs sporadically, it may be caused by stress.

However, when polyurea is an ongoing issue it is a sign of kidney disease which may be caused by various factors including: heavy metal poisoning, gout, diabetes, kidney tumors, etc.

Ensuring your budgie has a healthy diet is critical so that he is receiving all the nutrients necessary for optimum health.

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