bleeding

by Amanda
(MA, USA)

actually its somewhat of an emergency! i have no money and my bird is bleeding from her beak and nose, which acts up after she starts sneezing. i need help i don't know what to do or any inexpensive vets in my area. can you help me please??????????? This doesn't happen all the time but i hate the fact that she must be suffering. thank you.

Sincerly,
Amanda

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Jul 29, 2008
Bird Bleeding
by: The Vet

This could be caused by something lodged in the nares (a foreign body), or by low humidity, or by infection, or by someone using tobacco in the home. Other inhaled toxins can be blamed, too, such as Teflon and scented candles (among many others).

There are many other possibilities for the cause of this, including nutritional deficiencies. You should take your bird in to see an avian veterinarian immediately. You also should be feeding your bird a pellet or formulated diet such as Harrison's to be sure he is getting proper nutrition.

Dr B

Jul 28, 2008
bird bleeding.
by: Anonymous

Hello Amanda,

I sounds like a Vet is your only option. Often avian vets take payments.

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