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Old 10-18-2019, 11:02 AM
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My female budgie Green is doing this for a week. Please help.
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Old 10-18-2019, 01:38 PM
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She does not look like she is sneezing to me, her nares look clear in the video, it looks more as if it is coming from the throat like there is something stuck, and it does not look like a normal regurgitation that you see when birds feed one another. Have you seen anything come out of her mouth when she is doing this? Do you have an avian vet you can take her to?
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Nothing comes out of her mouth when she does this. There is no avian vet in my town but there is a veterinary hospital for animals. She does this several times a day but she seems normal all the other times. She's eating and playing well.

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I agree with Cody - it doesn't look like a sneeze but I do think it is something that should be checked out by a veterinarian who has experience in dealing with small birds. I'd be sure to take the video in with you when you take your female into the vet, just in case she doesn't exhibit the behavior when she's in the clinic for her exam.

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Hi there and to the forums!

I agree with the above. It's always best to have your little one seen by an avian vet to rule out possibility of illness. Additionally, it's generally good practice to have them seen for a "well-bird" exam, like humans have yearly physical exams.

Your bird is adorable and I look forward to seeing more of her!

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