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I have been seeing around that a healthy poop is green/brown in color.
But one of my budgies poop is white/cream like color from the very first day i bought him. Its a bit long when compared to the other ones. And also coiled almost in C shape. While the other ones poop is dark green in color. They are only eating their seeds and I have introduced carrots for them. They are having carrots for the past 2 days and only once in a day and rest all they are having their seeds. I don't have a vet in my surroundings and I have requested my parents but they are not willing to travel a lot to see a vet.
Is my baby healthy, he looks fine. But am wondering why is his poop white

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If the budgie's poop is completely white with no dark portion it may not be processing the food it is eating properly.
All white poop can be a sign of various diseases.

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-budg...or-health.html

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-budg...gs-normal.html

The problem can not be diagnosed by members of abird forum.
Your budgie needs to be seen by a professional veterinarian for the proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

There is a vet clinic in your area that treats small animals:

Clinic Elite Veterinary Hospital
7557 Prince Muhammad Ibn Saad Ibn Abdulaziz Rd, Al Aqiq, Riyadh 13511, Saudi Arabia
Phone: +966 11 485 6585
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If the budgie's poop is completely white with no dark portion it may not be processing the food it is eating properly.
All white poop can be a sign of various diseases.

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-budg...or-health.html

https://talkbudgies.com/articles-budg...gs-normal.html

The problem can not be diagnosed by members of abird forum.
Your budgie needs to be seen by a professional veterinarian for the proper diagnosis and treatment plan.

There is a vet clinic in your area that treats small animals:

Clinic Elite Veterinary Hospital
7557 Prince Muhammad Ibn Saad Ibn Abdulaziz Rd, Al Aqiq, Riyadh 13511, Saudi Arabia
Phone: +966 11 485 6585
Hello there !
Thanks for your advice
I am checking his poop today from the morning and i found that his poop is light green in color when he passes it, like an olive green little lighter than that and later on it changes to white in color after its been dried up. Could he be still sick ?
He looks extremely fine, active and playing with his friend and also eating well.
And am not in a situation to take him to a vet as my parents are not allowing, i have requested them a lot but still no use

Please if anyone could help, his poop is like that from the day i bought.
This is my first birdy and i don't want to loose him, i love him a loot and he is soo cute
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As I said, we are not qualified Avian Vets and if your budgie is ill it is important it receives the proper diagnosis.
Budgies hide illnesses and sometimes by the time they "act sick" it it too late.

When a person has a pet, they assume the responsibility for ensuring that animal gets the best possible care at all time.
In the case of a bird, this includes Avian Vet care when necessary.

Why don't you post some pictures of the poop so we can see what you are trying to describe?

If the age you gave on your registration is accurate, then you should be able to take your bird to the vet as you are old enough to do so.

If the date is not correct, you need to contact me via Private Message and give me the correct date - we require accurate information on member's registrations.

If you do not have a job, then ask your parent's to loan you the money and offer to do additional chores to pay them back.

It is important you start an "emergency fund" so you will have the financial means to care for your pets when necessary.

https://talkbudgies.com/general-budgi...e-expense.html

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