area above nostral - what is it??

by cassidy
(canada)

my parakeet

my parakeet

my parakeet in the nostral area just above it is redish brown and white. he is acting normal and is eating well, he doesn't drink alot of water but he looks healthy.what is it??

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Jan 20, 2013
Re: area above nostral - what is it??
by: owner

turns out he had only scratched himself.. but thank you for your help!

Apr 27, 2011
parakeet
by: owner

but the redish brown and white in above the nostril area. his wings are not cliped and i don't plan to get them cliped because if he gets outside how will he make it home with out dieing? so i kinda understan that it might be an ingery but i don't undersatnd how it can be a tomour??


Apr 26, 2011
Sick budgie needs avian vet
by: The Avian Vet

Your budgie has a nasal discharge which indicates there is likely a sinus infection. You need to take your bird in for blood work and cultures. He likely needs antibiotics. Do not buy antibiotics at the pet store; these do not work and will make things worse.

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Dr B

Apr 25, 2011
area above nostral - what is it??
by: Linda

This could be an injury site that will become infected if not treated by an Avian Vet in your area. It could also be an abscess or tumor, so you will have to have an Avian Vet diagnose and treat it whatever it turns out to be. Make sure you have no loose wires of any kind in bird's cage that this means anything toys are hung from as well. Also make sure your bird's wings are trimmed appropriately if he is allowed to fly all over the house because this is dangerous for birds.

Thanks for writing and let us know what the avian vet has to say about it.

Linda

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