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Old 01-29-2017, 11:46 AM
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Is her okay!? Its been like this all morning! Is he sick!?!?


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Old 01-29-2017, 12:05 PM
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Have there been any changes in your budgie's environment?
Is your budgie currently moulting?
Have you noticed a decrease in energy levels and appetite?

If the poop consistency doesn't stabilize, and your budgie hasn't been recently exposed to a stressful situation and is not moulting (this causes changes in poop consistency, making them more watery), then it would be best to have him seen by an avian vet specialist.
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Yes, he is currently moulting.


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Then everything is probably fine.
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Thank you so much!


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Welcome to the forums!
Have there been any changes in your budgie's environment?

Is your budgie currently moulting?

Have you noticed a decrease in energy levels and appetite?

If the poop consistency doesn't stabilize, and your budgie hasn't been recently exposed to a stressful situation and is not moulting (this causes changes in poop consistency, making them more watery), then it would be best to have him seen by an avian vet specialist.
Good news! It has improved since this morning!
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I'm glad to hear that! Molting can be stressful for a budgie sometimes.
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Everything was getting better but this morning it got worse. Its now watery and a lighter green!?


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Everything was getting better but this morning it got worse. Its now watery and a lighter green!?


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