Does she get the tiny stones to help digest? I don’t know the word for it in english but in Dutch its GritHey all,
So this morning straight after breakfast Echo went back up into her cage and started vomiting. She continued for about 10 minutes. when she stopped she made her way to the bottom corner of the cage and puffed up, and not wanting any touch (which she usually loves). She had a 15 minute nap.
I took her to the vet and they did poo test which came back normal, however she noticed some undigested seed in there. She did physical exam and everything normal other than her chest muscles seemed to be small.
She also did blood tests and her protein came back low (11). She basically left me saying she has no idea what’s wrong and we will need to do further tests (but not today cause too much stress) and it is going to cost an arm and a leg. She gave her an anti-nausea injection.
since coming home she has perked up and seems to have more energy but I’m still very worried. The vet told me to keep her in a warm dark place where she feels comfortable.
please let me know your ideas or anything I could do to give her the best chance of healing.
she usually eats chopped veg (carrot, broccoli, Capsicum, beetroot, apple) with seeds mixed in at about 10:45am and then a bit more recently, vita blend (small bird) with seeds at about 4:30pm. And millet throughout the day with training. She seems to only eat the seed.