Originally Posted by CaptainHowdy
Personally with mites I'd throw away any rope toys or perches. Anything that can't be easily disinfected. You want to be changing the cage paper daily and washing everything down weekly. Make sure you get into all the cracks to get all the mites.
I put away already the wooden swings but my split perches aren't because i don't have any more perches. I won't use the plastic ferplast perch as i notice they hurt their feet. Some questions i have to ask and i will put it here
1. You did mention to put diomatecus Earth in split perches, is it safe if i leave it with them with the product i ordered or do i need it put it away from them when applied? Will wash it later or leave it be
2. I applied the anti mites droplet that i bought in my local shop. do mites inside his trachea will eventually die?
They have some apple cider vinegar in drinks to support my baby and im still waiting for the miracle to work. I heard hirm chirp again yesterday and he is also vigilant, only at night he starts to get tortured by those hellish mites and i hear him lament while preening.
As that product there wasn't indicated some formulas i am bit doubting. I didn't used my other spray but it is organic made from neem oil and aloe vera. I'm getting impatient as i also suffer and cried seeing my little one like that,he gone through a lot and he is like a son to me.
I am considering purchasing a vapor cleaner in the future to use it in the cage and house cleaning. Does some of you guys recommend it or will i only bust my budgie savings bank?
Thank you so much. It is my first time in 4 years of taking care of my children that
I encounter this problem and that is why I have a lot of questions. I pardon you if im paranoid but i can't stop worrying about them, maybe it's a budgie parent thing
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