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I'm glad to hear you are taking both budgies in for an appointment with your Avian Vet.
I'm concerned about the green budgie's cere as it appears the blue is turning brown.
This can be an indication of a hormonal problem in a male budgie so please be sure to mention that at the appointment.

I'll be looking forward to your update about both birds following your appointment.

Best wishes!
 

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I'm SO glad you took Cotton and Cashew to the vet and they did well!

1. Yes, it is normal for the owner to get anxious when taking (any) pet to the vet! However, we must strive to remai as calm and relaxed as possible as our animals pick up on our stress and emotions.
2. Yes, it is normal for the site of the application of the spot-on treatment to be a bit red.

Both boys look very handsome in the pictures and I'm happy they are both healthy.

Best wishes!
 
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